With a second passport in the Caribbean, you can live in these SEVEN countries (and work in FIFTEEN)

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The beauty of a passport from one of the European Union countries is that it allows you to live, work and retire in the land of your actual citizenship and in any of the 27 nations comprising the bloc.

This is a huge benefit, and quite famous too. Practically everyone has heard about the freedom of movement that the EU provides to its citizens.

But few people know that other parts of the world have similar arrangements set up too.

The union of seven Caribbean nations is one of the examples of such regional integration.

If you obtain a second passport via one of the five Caribbean countries with a Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program, it will open the doors to the entire region.

This is possible due to the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). You will be able to live, work, and retire in any of the seven members comprising it.

And it’s not even the end of the story yet.

Each of the Caribbean countries with a CBI program is also part of a much larger union -- the Caribbean Community or CARICOM -- which strives for further regional integration.

But with CARICOM, there are certain limitations you need to know about.

Discover which countries belong to both Caribbean unions, and find out exactly what you can and cannot do within both OECS and CARICOM in this Alert.

The beauty of a passport from one of the European Union countries is that it allows you to live, work and retire in the land of your actual citizenship and in any of the 27 nations comprising the bloc. This is a huge benefit, and quite famous too. Practically everyone has heard about the freedom…

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