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St. Kitts & Nevis

Non-European

Citizenship by Investment

Minimum Investment

$150,000

Donation

Minimum Investment

$200,000

Real Estate

Time To Citizenship

4-6

Months

Visa-Free Access *

150+

Countries & Territories

About the program

The St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship program has been active since 1984, making it the oldest and one of the most respected programs of its kind. To be able to apply for this program you should be at least 18 years of age, in good health, and without a criminal record. Additionally, you are required to make a non-refundable donation to the Sustainable Growth Fund or make an investment in government-approved real estate projects.

Benefits

Visa-Free Travel

Visa-free and visa-on-arrival travel to over 150 countries and territories including Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia, the Schengen area, and the United Kingdom.

Guaranteed by law

The program is based on the law & is guaranteed by the government since 1984.

Straightforward Process

Designed to be a smooth and straightforward process with a timeframe of 6 months to your new citizenship.

Tax Relief

St. Kitts and Nevis imposes minimal taxation, with an exception of no taxation on wealth, gift, inheritance, foreign income, or capital gains.

Minimal residency required

No residency requirements, you are entitled to apply instantly, and no interview, education or management experience required.

Dual Citizenship permitted

There is no need to renounce your current citizenship(s), and your home authorities are not notified of your new citizenship.

Program requirements

Main applicant requirements

  • 18+ years of age
  • Good health
  • No criminal record
  • Successfully pass due diligence checks
  • Receive approval by the Government
  • Confirmed investment sources

Eligible dependents

  • Spouse of the main applicant
  • Adult children (biological or adopted) under 28 years of age
  • Dependant parents

*Parents and children older than 18 must be dependent on the main applicant.

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Program process

The expected timeframe for the application process is 6 months. The first stage of the document collection can differ in length depending on the applicant’s ability to gather the documents. Our team guides this process with samples and best practice advice. The reviewal stage is subject to the respective Government schedule and can be impacted by factors which we, as authorised agents have no control over. Savory and Partners collaborates with the Government throughout the entire process, and we aim to provide the quickest and smoothest experience for the applicant.

Legal basis

Since its inception in 1984, the program has been attracting people from around the world to invest in the country’s economy in exchange for an irrevocable passport and citizenship and operates on the following constitutional, legislative and regulatory foundations: Citizenship of Saint Christopher and Nevis is governed by Chapter VIII (Sections 90-95) of the Constitution of Saint Christopher and Nevis. In 1984, pursuant to Section 92 (1) (h) of the Constitution, Parliament prescribed that such other persons who would be entitled, upon making an application, to be registered as citizens. Accordingly, Section 3 (5) of Saint Christopher and Nevis Citizenship Act, 1984 (No. 1 of 1984) makes the following provisions: “Subject to subsections (8) and (9) of this section, a person is entitled, upon making an application under this subsection to the Minister in the prescribed manner and upon payment of any fee that may be prescribed, to be registered as a citizen of St. Christopher and Nevis without any rights of voting save ST. KITTS AND NEVIS – CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT 2 of 3 under and in accordance with the provisions of any law governing the qualification of voters, if the Cabinet is satisfied that such person has invested substantially in St. Christopher and Nevis.” The Government determines, by Cabinet Decisions, which projects and which amounts of investment shall qualify as a “substantial investment” and thus lead to eligibility under the Citizenship-by-Investment Program.

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