Citizenship-by-Investment Saint Kitts and Nevis
Citizenship-by-Investment Saint Kitts and Nevis offer different citizenship pathways for applicants. Citizenship-by-Investment offers visa free travels to 136 countries.
Citizenship-by-Investment through Charity Donation Option
This citizenship-by-investment pathway requires a minimum donation of US $250,000 per person must be made to the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation.
The Real Estate Option on Saint Kitts and Nevis
This citizenship-by-investment pathway requires an investment of a minimum of US $400,000 per person is required in approved real estate. The property can only be sold after 5 years however the buyer at that time will qualify for citizenship. Government due diligence requirements also apply. Nationals of Iran or Afghanistan are not eligible to apply.
Procedure and Timeframes
Government processing fees for citizenship-by-investment on Saint Kitts and Nevis are in the region of US $50,000 – $90,000 depending on the chosen pathway. Timframes are between 4-6 months.
- No tax
- No prior residency requirements
- Family members can be included
- Visa-free travel to numerous countries with this passport
About Saint Kitts and Nevis
Primary language: English
Total land size: 101 square miles
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Government: Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
Economy: tourism, agriculture and light manufacturing
Nominal GDP: $25,913 Per Capita
Temperatures: 25C to 28C
Saint Kitts and Nevis is a country which is comprised on two islands, the larger Saint Kitts and the smaller Nevis, and is located in the West Indies. The capital city is Basseterre which is situated on St Kitts. The Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis is one of the smallest countries in the world. The smaller Nevis Island is 3 kilometers southeast of Saint Kitts and each island is separated by “The Narrows” channel.
Temperatures range from approximately 23C to 31C throughout the year. The United Nations estimates that the population is 55,345 in 2017. English is the official language.
St. Kitts and Nevis is the smallest sovereign state of the whole Western Hemisphere. There are 55.628 people living on 261 km2. The state is located in the West Indies.
There are two main islands: Saint Kitts is the larger one and Nevis is located around 3 km southeast of Saint Kitts. The biggest city is the capital Basseterre on Saint Kitts. The islands have a volcanic origin, but there is also the tropical rainforest, a lake and a lot of rivers.
The average temperature is between 24 and 28C. Tourism is the main industry, but also agriculture and light manufacturing are prevalent.
Around 75 % of the people living in St. Kitts and Nevis are of African descent.
Two international airports connect the islands with the Caribbean, Europe and North America.
Eight public high and secondary level schools as well as some private secondary schools cater for the education of the children in St. Kitts and Nevis.