St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program 2023
As a dual island nation nestled in the West Indies, St Kitts and Nevis happen to be independent federal states. Elizabeth II of England is the Queen and Head of State who is represented by a Governor-General.
St Kitts & Nevis was once known for the immense sugar farming area. However, in recent years, the place has effectively transformed itself into one of the safest and most chosen tourist places.
The island nation brings to you unspoiled natural beauty with its pristine sandy beaches. Moreover, the country also has a great quality of life with an excellent healthcare system, a lower crime rate, and admirable infrastructure. These are some of the reasons why St Kitts and Nevis has become the fastest growing economy in the Caribbean – interesting investors from every corner of the world.
And this is also the reason why St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program (CBI) is so much in demand, ever since its start in 1984.
The citizenship by investment program of St Kitts and Nevis is even recognized as the “platinum standard brand” in the world of global citizenship by investment programs.
HOW TO INVEST IN ST KITTS & NEVIS CITIZENSHIP?
You have the following investment options to obtain St Kitts and Nevis citizenship:
1. MAKE A CONTRIBUTION TO SUSTAINABLE GROWTH FUND (SGF)
Sustainable Growth Fund caters to improving education, health, and infrastructure, while mitigating the effects of climate change, supporting economic growth, promoting, preserving, protecting, and developing the culture and heritage of the nation. A single applicant has to contribute US$150,000 to the Fund.
2. INVEST IN GOVERNMENT-AUTHORIZED REAL ESTATE
Making a minimum investment of US$400,000, you can buy pre-approved Real Estate in the country and earn citizenship. However, you will have to hold the property in your possession for at least five years. You can even opt for shared investment in real estate. In this case, each investor will have to make an investment of a minimum of US$200,000 and the possession should be for 7 years.
3. ALTERNATE INVESTMENT OPTION
Invest in Public Good Project Developer (PGPD), wherein the State owns the property at the end of the contract. Fully funded by the PGPD, these projects are locked in “up front”. The minimum Unit of Investment is USD 175,000.00 (for a family of 4).