The island of Antigua (in Creole Wadadli, which means our own) is an island in the Caribbean; the main island of the territory of Antigua and Barbuda, an independent state within the Commonwealth of Nations on 1 November 1981. This relatively flat island covers an area of 280 square kilometres and has a population of 80,161 in the 2011 Census, 32,000 of whom live in the capital city of Saint John's. It is located 39 km northeast of Montserrat and 41.5 km south of Barbuda.


Travel to more than 130 visa-free countries including the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore and the European Union.

Antigua & Barbuda’s social and political environment is stable and life is sweet and attractive. Antigua & Barbuda is part of the United Nations and Commonwealth countries.

1) Antigua & Barbuda has two American educational institutions related to the fields of medicine and health sciences; the University of Antigua and the University of Health Sciences Antigua.

2) In some countries, admission to schools offering higher quality education is reserved for students with a foreign nationality.

The processing time is only 4 to 7 months approximately.

There are no minimum criteria of management experience, education or heritage value to qualify for this program.

With the presence of several major Canadian banks, Antigua & Barbuda offers a very secure place to deposit funds in an attractive tax jurisdiction.

Certains pays n’imposent pas le service militaire aux citoyens possédant une double nationalité.

Surnommé l’Île aux 365 plages, Antigua & Barbuda est considéré comme étant la destination vacances la plus luxueuse des Caraïbes.