Saint Kitts and Nevis
FAQ’s

  1. What is a “Citizenship by Investment” Program?

    The purpose of a Citizenship by Investment program is to provide access to foreign investors and people all across the globe. The state provides means of investment, real estate property investment or Non-refundable contribution under the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) in exchange for a St. Kitts and Nevis passport and citizenship.

  2. How Do I Apply for a Second Citizenship?

    To apply for getting second citizenship of St. Kattis and Nevis, an applicant is guided by government authorized agencies and he/she is given consultancy about what investment program to choose and what is the application process.

  3. What are The Requirements for Citizenship by Investment?

    The requirements for qualifying for the Citizenship by Investment is that the applicant is 18 years of age at least. Besides, there should be no criminal record of the applicant and they are financially stable to invest the required amount. In the same manner, the applicant must submit the application through a Government-authorized agency. In this way, the applicant will get a detailed breakdown and assistance regarding the application process and during the preparation of the citizenship application.

  4. How Much Does Citizenship By Investment Cost?

    The Citizenship by Investment amount varies according to the type of investment that an applicant chooses. It also depends upon the number of family members accompanying the main applicant. The real estate investment is more applicant friendly as compared to the donation made in the Non-refundable contribution under the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF). The minimum funding criteria for the real estate investment starts from US$ 200,000 for a single applicant.

  5. Does Citizenship Extend to My Spouse and Children?

    Yes, the Citizenship by Investment program allows your spouse, children and other dependents such as parents. The fee may vary depending on the country location and type of investment program. The criteria for the age limit of dependents, allow children up to the age of 30 and dependent parents over 55 years of age. For exact citizenship and amount breakdown, feel free to consult us.

  6. What are The Benefits?

    Getting dual citizenship has its own benefits as it allows the candidate to extend the business globallyand avoid heavy and unnecessary taxation. Besides, the person does not have to give up on his first citizenship and he can enjoy global citizenship.

  7. Do I Need to Visit Countries Offering Fast-track Citizenship?

    No, you do not need to visit St. Kattis and Nevis at any time of the application process and the same applies to the interview. Only the Antigua & Barbuda’s citizenship program requires the applicant to live in the country for 5 years before applying for permanent citizenship.

  8. What is the Difference Between Fast-track Citizenship by Investment Programs and Residency Programs?

    The fast-track citizenship by investment program allows the candidate to apply for permanent citizenship through investment programs. The applicant receives the passport and citizenship in 3-4 months and is not required to show physical presence.

    Whereas, on the other hand in the residency program, a person has to live for a specific period in that very country. The residency application processing time is 1-2 months approx. It is a limited program and unless it expires, a person cannot apply for permanent citizenship.

  9. Is Saint Kitts and Nevis Safe?

    Saint Kitts and Nevis, is by far the safest area in the Caribbean region and the crime rates are next to no. Travelers and tourists feel fully secured while exploring this beautiful island state.

  10. What Country does Saint Kitts and Nevis Belong To?

    St.Kitts is an island and it forms an independent country with another island Nevis. It is located in the Caribbean and is also one of the islands in the Leeward Islands located in the Lesser Antilles.

  11. Where is Saint Kitts and Nevis Located?

    Saint Kitts and Nevis is located in the East Caribbean and is basically an island in the West Indies.

  12. Is Saint Kitts and Nevis a US territory?

    No, St. Kitts and Nevis is not a US territory because it gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1983. The state enjoys good strategic bonds with the US.

  13. What is The Most Dangerous Caribbean Island?

    Jamaica is by far the most dangerous Caribbean island. It is estimated that around 70 % of drug-related crimes are reported here.

  14. Is Saint Kitts and Nevis a Poor Country?

    St. Kitts and Nevis cannot be declared a poor country although poverty still prevails there. However, the state has achieved a huge milestone by decreasing the property rate from 11% to 1.4 %. It is also one of the fastest-growing economies both globally and regionally.

  15. How Expensive is Saint Kitts and Nevis?

    The traveling and food budget depends on the options, the tourists choose from however, an economical restaurant saves money.

  16. How do I Become a Citizen of Saint Kitts and Nevis?

    You can become a citizen of St. Kitts and Nevis by choosing an investment option either from Real Estate Property or Non-refundable contribution under the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF)

  17. How Far is Nevis from Saint Kitts?

    There is a distance of 3 km between both the islands.

  18. How Many Hurricanes have Hit Saint Kitts and Nevis?

    St. Kitts has hit 3 hurricanes by far, between the years 1998 and 1999. All three hurricanes brought huge destruction.

  19. What is The Crime Rate in Saint Kitts and Nevis?

    The crime rate in St. Kitts and Nevis landed it as the 7th most dangerous country from 2005-2014. However, the crime rate has considerably decreased now.

  20. What Language is Spoken in Saint Kitts and Nevis?

    The official language of St. Kitts and Nevis is English. Local people communicate in St. Kitts’ Creole language. Besides, people also speak Nevisian (Nevis’s Creole language).

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