v=spf1 include:mxsspf.sendpulse.com +a +mx ~all
top of page

Saint-Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment

Saint Kitts and Nevis, a Caribbean island country, has a Citizenship by Investment Program that allows individuals and families to gain citizenship in exchange for a substantial financial investment in the country. Investing options include purchasing real estate or donating to the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation or the National Transformation Fund. The program allows for dual citizenship and has no physical residency requirements.

Book a Free Consultation

Let us guide you to the most suitable program fitted to your specific needs and situation.

Investment Scheme 

Family Structure
Contribution Amount
Due Diligence and Background Fees
USD 100,000 single applicant
USD 8,000
USD 140,000 single applicant and spouse
Main Applicant: USD 8,000 Spouse: USD 5,000
USD 150,000 for up to 4 family members USD 25,000 for each additional dependent > 18 years old. USD 15,000 for each additional dependent < 18 years old.
Main Applicant: USD 8,000 Spouse: USD 5,000 USD 5,000 for each dependent > 16 years old.

Real Estate investment in approved projects:  

In Saint Kitts and Nevis, the applicant purchases one of two government-approved real estate options: 


1) Real estate worth USD 400,000 that can be sold after seven years 


2) Real estate worth USD 220,000 that can be sold after seven years 

*does not include government fees and due diligence 

Advantages of Saint-Kitts & Nevis Citizenship Investment Program
  • Fast processing within four months

  • Inclusion of dependent children under 30 years, and dependent parents or grandparents over 55 years

  • No physical residency requirements

  • No requirement to travel to St. Kitts & Nevis during the application process

  • No interview, education or management experience required

  • Visa-free travel to more than 130 countries including the Schengen member states, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore and others;

  • No tax on worldwide income

  • St. Kitts & Nevis recognizes dual nationality

bottom of page