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How is it possible to include my 55-year-old parents in my Antigua and Barbuda CBI application?

I want to apply for the Antigua and Barbuda CBI program and include my parents in the application. I understand that the age limit for dependent parents is 65 years old, but I am wondering if there are any exceptions. They are financially dependent on me.

  • Citizens International
    January 30, 2019

    The minimum age for dependent parents was reduced to 58 years in Antigua. However, if your parents are 55 years old, you will only be able to include them in your application if you apply in St. Kitts and Nevis or in Dominica.

  • Grant Thornton
    January 30, 2019

    The age limit has, in fact, been reduced to 58 years old, so you would not be able to include your dependent parents until they reach the age of 58. They must also be living with you and financially dependent on you. The only course of action is for them to make their own separate application as husband and wife, and you could fund it as their benefactor.