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Under such programs, these countries simply require a financial contribution or real estate investment in exchange for providing individuals and stakeholders with a second citizenship in a period of two to six months.GrenadaGrenada is a Caribbean country that has seen a great surge in demand for its citizenship.DominicaAnother favorite country among citizenship by investment programs without the need to immigrate is the Commonwealth of Dominica.The program has been established since 1991 and it grants an individual full citizenship rights for a financial contribution of $100,000 to the country's Government Fund. Antigua and BarbudaUnlike other countries in the Caribbean, Antigua does require you to visit the country for at least five days before granting you its citizenship, which is certainly worthwhile as the country is stunning. The citizenship program requires a minimum financial contribution of $250,000 to the National Development Fund or a $400,000 investment in a government-approved project.
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