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The European Union announced today it has added Dominica to its tax haven blacklist, now among reliable and approved Caribbean Citizenship Programs are St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment, Grenada Citizenship by Investment, St. Lucia Citizenship by Investment, and Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment.
“The list,” according to the European Council in its press release, “includes jurisdictions worldwide that either have not engaged in a constructive dialogue with the EU on tax governance or have failed to deliver on their commitments to implement the reforms necessary to comply with a set of objective tax good governance criteria. These criteria relate to tax transparency, fair taxation, and implementation of international standards designed to prevent tax base erosion and profit shifting.”
Dominica, in other words, is either not sharing as much information as the Council would like and is not taxing its residents at the level which would be satisfying for EU Council.
Learn more about other reliable and secure Caribbean Citizenship Programs here:
St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment
Being one of the most trusted and successful programs in the world, established in 1984 St. Kitts and Nevis Program offers fast-track routes to acquiring a second passport in 2-3 months. The passport of St. Kitts and Nevis grants visa-free access to over 156 countries, including the European Union countries and the United Kingdom. Program investment options start from $150,000.
Grenada Citizenship by Investment
Grenada Citizenship program is a fast-track and secure citizenship program. The only Caribbean Citizenship program that allows settling in the USA, the Grenada Citizenship by investment program lets obtain a second passport within 3-4 months and grants visa-free access to over 143 countries worldwide. The program offers two investment options, a $150,000 government donation or a property investment from $220,000.
St. Lucia Citizenship by Investment
Saint Lucia Citizenship program is one of the most affordable and fast Caribbean citizenship programs. The program offers a quick route to acquiring a second passport within 3-4 months and grants visa-free access to over 132 countries. Obtain Saint Lucia Citizenship by following investment options: $150,000 non-refundable donation, government bond investment of $220,000, or a property investment of $300,000.
Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by Investment
Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship by investment program offer one of the most affordable and quick routes to acquiring a second passport. The program grants applicant and applicant family visa-free access to over 140 countries worldwide in only of 3-4 months and offers two investment options, a $100,000 government donation or a property investment from $200,000.
Managing Director of Mann’s Solutions Evgeny Pavlov commented: “We would like to stay transparent with our clients, the news about Dominica are not positive, however, Mann’s Solutions can offer reliable and approved Caribbean Citizenship Programs, some of them are St. Kitts and Nevis, Grenada, St. Lucia, and Antigua and Barbuda.”
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