The Commonwealth Island of St. Kitts & Nevis is a Caribbean island that offers a host of second citizenship benefits. After gaining independence from the United Kingdom in 1983, the Nevis Economic Citizenship Program was established the following year. The scheme is one of the oldest second passport programs in the world.

St. Kitts & Nevis offers three options for gaining citizenship:

Sustainable Growth
Fund


  Single Applicant: US$ 150,000*
  Family of 4 (Main Applicant with up to three dependants): US$ 195,000*
  150 visa free countries
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Real Estate Investment Program (half share resalable after 7 years)

  Single Applicant: US$ 200,000*
  Family of 4 (Main Applicant with up to three dependants): US$ 200,000*
  150 visa free countries
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Real Estate Investment Program (full share resalable after 5 years)

  Single Applicant: US$ 400,000*
  Family of 4 (Main Applicant with up to three dependants): US$ 400,000*
  150 visa free countries
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Sustainable Growth Fund

To qualify for St. Kitts citizenship and second passport through the Sustainable Growth Fund, there are two investment categories with different contribution amounts, which are as follows:

1. Single application: a non-refundable contribution of US$ 150,000

2. Family application (incl. 3 qualified dependents): a non-refundable contribution of US$ 195,000

3. Additional dependents, regardless of age: US$ 10,000

In addition to the capital investment required, additional fees are also payable by each family member, which are as follows:

Item   Cost
Due Diligence Fees   US$ 7,500 for the
main applicant
US$ 4,000 for the
spouse
US$ 4,000 for the
dependent above
age of 16



Real Estate Investment Program (half share resalable after 7 years)

To qualify for citizenship In St. Kitts & Nevis through Real Estate Investment Program, investors are required to invest in government approved projects. The minimum investment level is US$ 200,000 and below is a detailed breakdown of all related cost:

1. Main applicant government processing fee US$ 35,047

2. Spouse government processing fee US$ 20,047

3. Qualified dependents regardless of age government fee US$ 10,047

In addition to the capital investment required, additional fees are payable by each family member, which are as follows:

Item   Cost
Due Diligence Fees   US$ 7,500 for the
main applicant
US$ 4,000 for the spouse
US$ 4,000 for the dependent above the age of 16
Share registration fees   US$ 10,750

Real Estate Investment Program (full share resalable after 5 years)

To qualify for citizenship In St. Kitts & Nevis through Real Estate Investment Program, investors are required to invest in government approved projects. The minimum investment level is US$ 430,000 and below is a detailed breakdown of all related cost:

1. Main applicant government processing fee US$ 35,047

2. Spouse government processing fee US$ 20,047

3. Qualified dependents regardless of age government fee US$ 10,047

In addition to the capital investment required, additional fees are payable by each family member, which are as follows:

Item   Cost
Due Diligence Fees   US$ 7,500 for the
main applicant
US$ 4,000 for the spouse
US$ 4,000 for the dependent above the age of 16
Share registration fees   US$ 21,500

*Legal fees for processing applications will vary on the number of dependents.

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