St. Kitts & Nevis, a dual-island Caribbean destination, boasts stunning beaches, tropical landscapes, and a diverse culture with African, British, Carib, and French influences. Established in 1984, St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme stands as one of the oldest and most prestigious programmes of its kind globally.
To qualify for economic citizenship by investment, applicants may choose from one of the following options:
1) Donation to the Sustainable Island State Contribution Fund
A non-refundable contribution to the Sustainable Island State Contribution Fund as per the following breakdown.
Main Applicant and Spouse:
Main applicant, spouse and two dependents:
Each additional dependent:
St Kitts and Nevis offers three options for real estate investors.
The property can be sold in 7 years. The investor can earn an income of 2 to 5% per annum from leasing the property.
Apart from investing in an enterprise project or real estate, applicants are required to pay the following government fee:
Applicant applying with spouse & more than 4
Main applicant & spouse:
All eligible dependents under 18:
Processing fees (Up to 4 family members):
Certain processing costs associated with the real estate investment and donation options also need to be paid. These include:
All eligible dependents:
Both investment options entail a range of compulsory background checks. The applicant must pay the fees for these background checks to a due diligence agency preferred by the government to screen applicants based on their application. These include:
Eligible dependents aged 16 and older:
Passport Legacy’s professional fees, official application forms, certification of citizenship and passport, courier & other disbursements will be quoted separately.