BARBADOS CITIZENSHIP & IMMIGRATION
Altus Chambers, Attorneys-at-Law provides professional legal services related to Barbados Citizenship and immigration. Our firm is dedicated to helping individuals, families, and businesses navigate the complex legal processes involved in immigration to Barbados. We provide assistance with obtaining work permits, permanent residency, and citizenship. The firm also provides comprehensive legal services for those seeking to invest in Barbados, including advice on company formation, real estate transactions, and tax planning.
For those seeking to immigrate to Barbados, Altus Chambers provides assistance with obtaining work permits and immigrant status. We also assist clients seeking Special Entry, Permanent Residence, and Barbados Citizenship. In addition, we assist CARICOM Skilled Nationals seeking Indefinite Stay in Barbados. Our lawyers also advise clients on the process of bringing family members to Barbados. Overall, Altus Chambers, Attorneys-at-Law provides comprehensive legal services to assist clients with achieving their citizenship and immigration goals in Barbados.
There are several pathways to Barbados Citizenship. The Barbados Citizenship Act of 1981 outlines the eligibility criteria and procedures for citizenship. The application process involves submitting various documents including, but not limited to birth certificates, marriage certificates, and medicals. Applicants may also need to attend an interview at the Immigration Department. Once all requirements are met and the application is approved, the applicant can take the Oath of Allegiance and become a citizen of Barbados.
The grant of the Certificate of Recognition of CARICOM Skills Qualification (Caricom Skills Certificate) allows holders to move freely and work in participating member States. Our lawyers provide legal advice and assistance to Caricom Skilled Nationals seeking indefinite stay in Barbados. We also guide clients through the process of obtaining the Caricom Skills Certificate in accordance with the provisions of the Caribbean Community (Movement of Skilled Nationals) Act, 2004.
We assist clients with completing passport applications. We also sign passport forms and photos.