St Kiits and Nevis is part of the Commonwealth of Nations and retains the British Monarch as head of state. It is composed of two island with its beaches, scenery and a warm, sunny climate, that has become a preferred destination for tourist.
The Citizenship-by-Investment Programme launched in 1984 making it the oldest, successful and most trusted citizenship programme.
The program offers individuals and families visa-free travel to 154 countries including the European Schengen Area, the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Tourism is the country’s main source of income attracting more than 500,000 tourist yearly. By attracting more tourists and investors to the country the government fast tracked the application process to 60 days or less, making St Kitts the fastest Citizenship-by-Investment program in the Caribbean.
•Capital : Basseterre
•Currency : east Caribbean dollar
•Total area 269.4 km2
•Time zone: Eastern Caribbean (UTC-04:00)
•60 days Accelerated Application Process
•Visa free to 154 countries and territories
•Add-on of Spouse, dependent children under 30 and dependent parents or grand parent above 55
•Citizenship can be passed to future generations
•Dual citizenship permitted
no tax on income made worldwide
•No required stay
Donation to Sustainable Growth Fund
•Single Applicant: US$150,000
•Applicant + Spouse: US$175,000
•Applicant + Spouse + 2 Children: US$195,000
•Additional Dependents: US$10,000 per applicant
2. Real Estate
•Purchase a property from a government approved real estate project for at least:
•US$200,000 (with a minimum holding period of seven years) for a minimum of two applicants.
•US$400,000 (with a minimum holding period of five years) for one applicant.
For both the contribution and property options, additional due diligence fees apply:
•US$7,500 for the main applicant.
•US$4,000 per dependent over the age of 16.
•Be of outstanding character.
•Hold no criminal record.
•Have excellent health.
•A fast track option is available for an additional fee.
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