The Twin island of Federation of St Kitts and Nevis with just a population of 50,000 is often touted as the birthplace of citizenship by investment and granddaddy of all CBI programs. It is a platinum standard passport by investment program run by Government.
Saint Christopher (St Kitts) and Nevis became an independent Commonwealth country from United Kingdom on 19 September 1983. It was only the next year in 1984, St Kitts and Nevis established the Citizenship Act of 1984, which formed the legal basis for citizenship on substantial investments in the country.
in 2006, St Kitts citizens received mutual visa waiver with Europe’s schengen area since then the popularity of the passport program reached new heights. In 2017, after being hit by hurricane, prices were cut to $150,000 (from $200,000) for passports.
By 2020, St Kitts and Nevis has become the richest and fastest growing economy among the OECS countries thanks to the revenues generated from CBI scheme. Approximately, one third of the population of Kittitians are living as CBI citizens in diaspora.
St Kitts has beautiful beaches, reefs, wonderful cool climate, enjoyable throughout the year. The island is well connected by flights from US, Europe and the Caribbean.
1. SGF DONATION
Single applicant: US$150,000
Family with 3 dependents – US$195,000
Additional dependents – Age: US$10,000 per person (regardless of age)
2. REAL ESTATE
USD 200,000 held for 7 years
USD 400,000 held for 5 years
Government fee – $35,000
Spouse – $20,000
Additional – $10,000 per person
Fast track approvals within 45 days – $25,000
Due Diligence Fee
Main Applicant – $7500
Dependants – $4000 / person above 16 years
Christopher Columbus first spotted the island in 1493. This is why the name Saint Christopher and Nevis. Over the years this name shortened to become ‘Saint Kitts’ and then again ‘St Kitts’. Today SKN means ‘St Kitts and Nevis’ Passports issued to citizens have ‘St Christopher (St Kitts) and Nevis’ etched on the passport cover to avoid any confusion. The two letter country code is KN and the domain names have .kn
You can keep your previous citizenship.
Citizenship is discrete and not reported anywhere
Nationals of countries under OFAC sanctions.
Some cases are decided case-by-case.
Yes only for short stays for tourism, study, visiting family and business upto 6 months.
No. Just renew the passport at the nearest consulate.
Just pay an initial retainer fee to start the application process. Once your application is approved by Government you pay the rest. All the fees are paid
in stages and in installments.
We cannot offer discounts on Government fees or contributions. These are Govt rules. We offer discounts in agent fee to big families applying for