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Caribbean News Desk radio prog: Antigua and Barbuda should avoid St Kitts and Nevis’ economic citizenship mistakes

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Canada’s announcement that it imposed visa restrictions on St Kitts and Nevis due to concerns about the issuance of passports and identity management practices of this country’s Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP) has sparked concerns in neighboring Antigua and Barbuda about its fledgling Citizenship by Investment Program.

Henley and Partners, the firm that officially represented the St. Kitts and Nevis CIP internationally and is now engaged in developing the Antigua and Barbuda version of it, says that country should learn from the mistakes made by St. Kitts and Nevis. Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda still enjoy visa-free travel to Canada.    

Christopher Willis, the Managing Partner of Henley & Partners Caribbean Ltd, responsible for operations in St. Kitts and Nevis and Antigua, spoke to Journalist Kyle Christian of the Observer Media Group.

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