Caribbean Citizenship Prices Surge Amid Regulatory Crackdown

By
Eduardo Santos França
1 min read

Caribbean "golden passports" are becoming more expensive in response to pressure from the US and the European Union to crack down on citizenship sales. A group of four Caribbean nations has agreed to charge at least $200,000 for their passports starting June 30, double the current rate in some cases. The countries will also close loopholes that allowed passports to be sold at a discount.

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