St Kitts and Nevis Passport
St. Kitts & Nevis has been independent since 1983 and forms part of the Lesser Antilles; a group of islands located 2,000 km to the southeast of Miami. The Federation comprises two islands Nevis and St Kitts and the truly appropriate slogan of the local tourism authority is: Two islands – one paradise. The country’s reputation is untouched, St Kitts & Nevis is part of the Commonwealth; the Head of State is the Queen of England and is a well-functioning democracy based on the British parliamentary system.
The St Kitts & Nevis Programme
The investor programme in St Kitts and Nevis seeks to attract foreign individuals who’ll be entitled to obtain citizenship and a passport in approximately 4 – 6 months by way of two kinds of investments. Listed as two of the top 20 islands in the world to reside upon, they’re the most stunning gemstones in the Lesser Antilles’ crown.
The citizenship program of St. Kitts and Nevis requires applicants to make either an economic contribution to the country or invest in real estate. In exchange for their financial contributions, applicants and their families will be granted full citizenship.
At present, Saint Kitts and Nevis passports and citizenship can be obtained by way of either the purchase of real estate with a minimum investment of $US400,000, or in a Government approved projector via a financial contribution to the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation (SIDF) starting from $US200,000.
Amongst the usual benefits you would associate with dual citizenship, some of the other key benefits with the St Kitts & Nevis programme include:
- Investments start from just $250,000 USD.
- Legal tax reductions and other tax benefits.
- Tax free trade with Canada.
- Visa free or instant approval upon entry to over 125 countries.
- Currency is pegged to US dollar.
- Wife, children and elderly parents also obtain passport.
- Citizenship and passport within 4-6 months.
- Named one of the world’s top 20 islands to live in.
- International education – Universities
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We have kept the information on the website brief to provide you with only the common key areas of interest. However, if you would like more detailed information about a particular programme please feel free to contact us!
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