Price Hikes Imminent for Caribbean CBI Programs

Sovereign Confidential


In this resource we've covered...

In late January 2023, EU bureaucrats were busy staying at a luxurious Caribbean hotel. 

During their stay, they lectured officials from five Caribbean nations hosting Citizenship By Investment (CBI) programs about how these programs should be managed. 

The Eurocrats aim to make these programs unappealing by “proposing” to increase their prices. (Presently, the entry cost for a CBI program starts at around $100,000 plus associated fees.) 

Any country failing to comply with the “proposal” risks losing visa-free access to the EU’s Schengen Area – a vital selling point of any CBI program.

The EU’s concern? 

They argue that 88,000 individuals who acquired CBI citizenships over the past several years pose “significant national security and immigration risks” to the EU, conveniently overlooking the influx of around 100,000 asylum seekers into Europe every month.

Despite false logic, the writing on the wall is clear – the prices of the Caribbean CBI programs will likely go up. 

St. Kitts has already yielded to pressure in 2023; others will likely follow suit shortly. 

However, these changes have yet to arrive, meaning you can still apply under the current, more favorable conditions, and have four programs to choose from.

Explore today's report for insights on how to apply now and our further analysis of the current situation in the Caribbean.

The end of January has been busy for the EU bureaucrats from the Directorate General of Migration and Home Affairs — the body responsible for the EU’s citizenship and migration policy. They have been visiting and staying at the rather posh resort in the Caribbean nation of Dominica.  The purpose of the visit?  To meet…

- Members Only Content -
You need to be a member of Sovereign Confidential to access this content.

Neither this document, nor any content presented by our organization, is intended to provide personal tax or financial advice. This information is intended to be used and must be used for information purposes only. We are not investment or tax advisors, and this should not be considered advice. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment or employing any tax strategy. You should consider your own personal circumstances and speak with professional advisors before making any investment. The information contained in this report is based on our own research, opinions, as well as representations made by company management. We believe the information presented in this report to be true and accurate at the time of publication but do not guarantee the accuracy of every statement, nor guarantee that the information will not change in the future. It is important that you independently research any information that you wish to rely upon, whether for the purpose of making an investment or tax decision, or otherwise. No content on the website ( or related sites, nor any content in this email, report, or related content, constitutes, nor should be understood as constituting, a recommendation to enter into any securities transactions or to engage in any of the investment strategies presented here, nor an offer of securities. Schiff Sovereign employees, officers, and directors may participate in any investment described in this content when legally permissible, and do so on the same investment terms as subscribers. Schiff Sovereign employees, officers, and directors receive NO fundraising commissions from companies who appear in this report.