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Antigua and Barbuda > Financial

Antigua and Barbuda

How To Open A Bank Account In Antigua And Barbuda

Tuesday June 16, 2020 (16:32:01)

Finding reliable and trustworthy banking services is an important part of living and working abroad, and expats will find that, in most countries, a range of options are available. You may wish to maintain a bank account at home, for paying bills and other activities, but you will probably also need a local bank account, in order to receive salary payments and handle your living expenses.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Property

Antigua and Barbuda

How To Rent Or Buy Property In Antigua And Barbuda

Wednesday April 29, 2020 (15:39:23)

With its vibrant flora, crystal clear waters and laid back lifestyle, who wouldn’t want to live in Antigua and Barbuda? Locals call it the land of 365 beaches, saying that there’s a beach for every day of the year. The islands have become increasingly popular amongst both tourists and elopers. But what if you like the island so much, you want your visit to last longer than just your honeymoon?   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Moving

Antigua and Barbuda

How To Apply For A Visa In Antigua and Barbuda

Friday March 20, 2020 (20:30:50)

Antigua and Barbuda is an attractive destination to many expats. For citizens of many countries, including the UK, the USA, Canada, the Commonwealth, and all EU members, no visa is required for stays there of up to six months. Multiple-entry visas are also available if you will be making regular trips. If you wish to work or to retire there, work and residence permits are required, and to obtain these, you will need to be able to fulfil certain conditions. However, the documentation required is straightforward in most cases, and, although there are fees to pay, they are not prohibitive. There is also a scheme for citizenship by investment for foreign nationals. Any dependants who are named on your residence application also gain residence when your application is approved.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Working

Antigua and Barbuda

How To Find A Job In Antigua And Barbuda

Monday January 27, 2020 (17:14:04)

This Caribbean nation is very appealing to expats as a potential choice of work and residence: it is a beautiful region in which to live and work. We will look at some of the sectors in which you might find employment, and some of the requirements that you may face as a foreign national seeking employment in the region.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Education

Antigua and Barbuda

Discovering The Education System In Antigua And Barbuda

Monday March 25, 2019 (19:00:04)

A commonwealth country comprising of two main islands (plus several smaller ones), Antigua and Barbuda is located in the Caribbean. It’s a favourite destination for expats who prefer warmer climates and the island way of life. The islands are both fairly developed and thriving, particularly in the tourist industry. This means that Antigua and Barbuda enjoys the relaxed vibe for which the Caribbean is known, but also provides all the necessary amenities of modern life. However, some expats find cost of living surprisingly high, since on average it can even be more expensive than parts of the USA and Canada.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Working

Antigua and Barbuda

How To Set Up Your Own Business In Antigua And Barbuda

Wednesday August 08, 2018 (16:24:55)

Daydreaming about escaping to a new life overseas? Chances are you are picturing a pristine sandy beach and a shining sun glinting off an azure blue sea. The waves lap gently against the shore as you enjoy the relaxed pace of island life, sipping at a rum cocktail. It’s tempting to daydream no longer and start packing!   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Moving

Antigua and Barbuda

How To Ship Your Belongings To Antigua And Barbuda

Monday March 12, 2018 (09:58:49)

Moving to the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda can herald a completely new style of life. Pristine tropical beaches, a culture that is new and easy to enjoy as well as a decent standard of living in an English-speaking environment are some of the things you have to look forward to.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Moving

Antigua and Barbuda

An Expat Guide To Bringing Pets Into Antigua And Barbuda

Friday December 08, 2017 (14:26:05)

Famed for its weather and beautiful beaches, Antigua and Barbuda, a tiny Commonwealth state in the Caribbean, can only be described as a tropical paradise. While the island of Barbuda is still recovering from the massive damage dealt by Hurricane Irma in September, the nation remains an attractive destination for tourists and expats alike.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Living

Antigua and Barbuda

An Expat Guide To The Cuisine In Antigua And Barbuda

Thursday October 19, 2017 (15:27:55)

The cuisine of the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda consists of many foods and delicacies that will are likely to excite the tastebuds of travelers and tourists. Some of the most common dishes in the islands include fungie (pronounced foon-jee) and pepper pot. Fungie consists mostly of cornmeal and is quite similar to polenta, a popular Italian dish. Other popular foods and drinks in the islands include seasoned rice, ducana, sugarcake, and tamarind juice among others.   more ...

Antigua and Barbuda > Health

Antigua and Barbuda

An Expat Guide To Healthcare In Antigua & Barbuda

Tuesday June 06, 2017 (12:49:36)
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The twin island country of Antigua and Barbuda is located in the Caribbean and is bordered by the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Antigua and Barbuda are the two major inhabited islands. There are also some smaller islands such as the island of Redonda in the south, Great Bird, and Guinea. The explorer Christopher Columbus discovered the islands in 1493. The capital city of St. John’s is the largest port in the country and is located on Antigua. The country’s population is approximately 81,800. Once a part of the British Empire, its influences are visible in the island’s government, culture and language.   more ...

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