When applying to be a citizen of St Kitts and Nevis by way of investment, the main applicant must contact an authorised person
Yes. Two or more applicants may apply for citizenship together by purchasing one piece of real estate, provided each main applicant contributes the minimum investment of US$400,000.00.
The application process may take as little as 90days but may be delayed for cause. Applicants will be kept apprised of the status of their applications through their authorised person.
A police certificate refers to a statement from a national law enforcement authority on the status of a person’s criminal record. It is also referred to as
certificate of no criminal record or “police clearance record
No. The application form for citizenship by investment can only be obtained through and submitted to the Citizen by Investment Unit by an authorised person.
Each main applicant and all permitted dependents 16 years and older are required to produce a police certificate.
An authorized person means a person licensed by the Financial Services Regulatory Commission to conduct corporate or trust services in St Kitts and Nevis, who has paid the authorized person’s fee and is authorized to act on behalf of the main applicant in relation to a citizenship by investment application.
No. Applications that are not in English are not prescribed or accepted by the Citizenship by investment Unit
The minimum age requirement for the main applicant is 18 years of age. Permitted dependents may be of any age.
The unit engages only with authorised persons. You can contact an authorised person with regards to questions pertaining to your application
Permitted dependent means: A spouse of the main applicant A child under eighteen (18) years old of the main applicant or his or her spouse The child of the main applicant or his or her spouse between eighteen and thirty years who is in full time attendance at a recognized institution of higher learning after his/her eighteen birthday and/or fully supported by the main applicant Parents or grandparents of the main applicant or his spouse above the age of fifty-five years living with and fully supported by the main applicant A child of the main applicant or spouse of the main applicant who is above the age of eighteen years and physically or mentally challenged.
There is no numerical limit on the number of permitted dependents
The main applicant: Must be at least eighteen years of age. Must have made an investment in the prescribed amount. Must meet other application requirements.
Yes. All permitted dependents can be included in your application for economic citizenship.
The laws of St Kitts and Nevis define
spouse as the partner of the opposite sex by marriage.
The minimum real estate investment required is US$400,000.00 for each main applicant.
Travel to St Kitts and Nevis is not generally required. However, as part of the processing of the applications, individual applicants may be requested to attend an interview.
All applicants are required to pay processing, due diligence and Government fees through their chosen authorised person. Wire transfers to the Unit are only applicable for approved applicants for the remittance of Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation Contributions.
No. Residing in St Kitts and Nevis is not required when applying for citizenship using the Citizenship by Investment Option.
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