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Hurricane Relief Fund Announced as part of the Citizenship by Investment Programme

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Grenada – The Island of Spice

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Dominica – Nature Isle of the Caribbean

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Nicknamed ‘the Spice Isle’, Grenada is a small Caribbean nation that’s really heating things up. In 2017, the island was named the Caribbean Destination of the Year by Caribbean Journal and judging by the tourism numbers, people are paying attention. If the first few months are any indication, 2018 is on track to be another …

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Like much of its Caribbean neighbours, 2017 was a tough year for Dominica. In September, Dominica was hit by back-to-back Category 5 Hurricanes—Irma and Maria—which made landfall and caused destruction. However, just weeks after reports of damage filled the news, reports of the incredible recovery effort began to emerge. Dominican citizens—in some cases led by …

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The past 12 months have not been easy in Antigua & Barbuda. The country started strong with 187 applications to its Citizenship by Investment program between January 2017 and June 2017. That brought the island’s total applications up to 1,121 applications since the program first began in 2014. But that early momentum was shaken when …

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Citizens of St. Kitts & Nevis and Moldova can now move freely between each others’ countries thanks for a joint-visa waver that was signed on Friday, March 3, 2018. The agreement was signed in London, UK by his Excellency Dr. Kevin M. Isaac, St. Kitts & Nevis’ high commissioner to the UK and Vilen Murzac, …

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For the small Caribbean nation of St. Kitts & Nevis, 2017 was a year that brought great progress and much to celebrate—from a new tourism website to stronger diplomatic ties and everything in between. Even though it may only be the early days of 2018, St. Kitts & Nevis is showing no signs of slowing …

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Residents of India can now travel to St. Kitts and Nevis visa-free. An agreement between the two governments was signed February 16, 2018 in Basseterre by Minister of Foreign Affairs the Honourable Mark Brantley and His Excellency Venkatachalam Mahalingnam, High Commissioner of India to St. Kitts and Nevis. At the signing, the High Commissioner of …

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The past few months have not been easy for St. Kitts and Nevis thanks to a record breaking Atlantic Hurricane season. Though the twin-island nation may not have been as hard hit as some of its neighbours, the country still sustained around $150 million in damages due to back-to-back Hurricanes Irma and Maria—rate Category 5 …

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There’s no question Barbuda was one of the hardest hit countries in the 2017 hurricane season. Back to back Category 5 storms destroyed nearly 95% of the island’s structures. But the storms also took a massive toll on another aspect—agriculture. Antigua and Barbuda isn’t as renowned for its agriculture sector as some of its neighbours, …

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Tourism numbers to St. Lucia are growing according to a recently released report from the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO). In fact, St. Lucia enjoyed the second-fastest growth in the region among CTO member countries, second only to Bermuda. Specifically, St. Lucia saw an increase of 9.2% in stayover arrivals from 2016 and an 11.4% increase …

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Dominica may have felt the brunt of not one but two Category 5 hurricanes in September, but the strength of the recovery effort has also proven to be a force to be reckoned with. Hurricanes Irma and Maria caused serious damage in Dominica in the form of property damage, loss of lines of communication and …

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