Frequenty Asked Questions

Only if the holder of the visa (a) commits a crime (b) violates the terms of the Visa, or (c) is found to conduct themselves in a manner inimical to the country’s interests.
The NDR visa is valid from the date of arrival in Antigua and Barbuda and for two years thereafter.

No.  The requirements are the passport under which the application was made and approved, evidence that the fee was paid, and the approval documents from the Government sent by email.

The Visa only allows the holder to work remotely for companies and individuals outside of Antigua and Barbuda.

No.  Antigua and Barbuda does not have personal income tax.  The visa holder’s income tax affairs are entirely with his/her country of normal residence.

Yes.  But only private schools (from Nursery to secondary) or the Five Islands campus of the University of the West Indies where the normal fees paid by local persons would apply.

Yes.  But, they will have to pay the normal rates applied to anyone who is not a national and is not covered by the Government-contributory health insurance scheme.  Therefore, securing medical insurance, against which claims can be made, is required or payments will have to made by credit card.

Antigua and Barbuda has no religious discrimination.  It is predominantly a Christian society, with many Christian denominations and churches.  However, persons, who follow other religions, such as Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism, live in Antigua and Barbuda and practice their religion.