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    St. Kitts & Nevis

    The smallest sovereign state in the Americas is located in the Leeward Islands of the West Indies. The Federation unites the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis although both islands maintain certain independent regulation. The English-speaking islands remain under-developed by Caribbean standards, but tourism, the principal economy of the islands, has been growing steadily, bringing with it new hotels and resort developments. Both islands have international airports and two ferry lines connect them. The islands are still very connected with nature; it is estimated that St. Kitts & Nevis currently has a larger Vervet monkey population than humans.

    The Federation of St Christopher and Nevis, also known as St Kitts and Nevis, has the longest-standing citizenship-by-investment initiative in the world established in 1984.

    • Quick processing: the citizenship is granted in 6 months (via Accelerated Application Process (AAP).

    • Zero tax: St. Kitts & Nevis imposes no income, wealth or inheritance taxes.

    • An applicant does not need to visit St. Kitts & Nevis in order to qualify for citizenship, although all applicants are subject to a strict due diligence check.

    • St. Kitts & Nevis recognizes dual citizenship, so you can still benefit from your current citizenship.

    • Good visa-free travel: With a passport of St. Kitts & Nevis you can travel visa free and worry free to more than 150 countries in the world, including all Europe and Union countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Caribbean and Commonwealth nations. Citizens can often acquire long-term travel visas to the United States of America.

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    List of countries where citizens of St. Kitts & Nevis can travel visa free or with on arrival visa facility:

    Albania Greece Palau
    Andorra Greenland Panama
    Anguilla Grenada Peru
    Antigua & Barbuda Guatemala Philippines
    Argentina Guinea-Bissau Poland
    Armenia Guyana Portugal
    Aruba Haiti Reunion
    Australia Holy See Romania
    Austria Honduras Russia
    Bahamas Hong Kong (SAR China) Samoa
    Bangladesh Hungary SAN MARINO
    Barbados Iceland Senegal
    Belgium Iran Mauritania Seychelles
    Bermuda Ireland Singapore
    Bolivia ISRAEL Slovakia
    Bonaire Italy Slovenia
    Bosnia and Herzegovina Jamaica Solomon Isl.
    Botswana Jordan Somalia
    Brazil Kenya Spain
    Bulgaria Kiribati St. Eustatius
    Cambodia Korea St. Helena
    Canada Kosovo St. Lucia
    Cape Verde Lao People's Dem. Rep. St. Maarten
    Cayman Isl. Latvia St. Pierre and Miquelon
    Chile Lebanon St. Vincent & The Grenadines
    Colombia Lesotho Suriname
    Comoros LIECHTENSTEIN Sweden
    Costa Rica Lithuania Switzerland
    Croatia Luxembourg Taiwan
    Cuba Macao (SAR China) Tanzania
    Curacao Macedonia Timor-Leste
    Cyprus Madagascar Togo
    Czech Rep. Malawi TONGA
    Denmark Malaysia Trinidad and Tobago
    Djibouti Maldives Tunisia
    Dominica Malta Turkey
    Dominican Rep. Mauritius Turks and Caicos Isl.
    Ecuador Micronesia Tuvalu
    Egypt MONACO Uganda
    El Salvador Montserrat Ukraine
    Estonia Mozambique United Kingdom
    faroe Islands MYANMAR Uruguay
    Fiji NAURU Vanuatu
    Finland Nepal VATICAN CITY
    France Netherlands Venezuela
    French Guiana New caledonia Virgin Isl. (British)
    French Polynesia New Caledonia Wallis and Futuna
    Gambia New Zealand Zambia
    Georgia Nicaragua Zimbabwe
    Germany Niue
    Gibraltar Norway

    Investment Opportunity Options

    The Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation is a public charity established to support displaced St. Kitts and Nevis sugar workers. The fund researches and financially aids the development of industries to replace the sugar industry.

    In order to qualify, the investor commits a non-refundable S.I.D.F. charitable donation of:

    US$200k for a single person

    US$300k for main applicant with up to three dependents (for example, a spouse and two children)

    US$25k for additional dependents regardless of age

    To qualify, the investor (or investors) must enter into a contract to purchase real estate worth US$ 220,000 or more on either St. Kitts or Nevis. Once the purchase contract has been signed and the developer has received his initial deposit (typically 10–20 percent), the investor may apply for citizenship. It is important to note that the real estate contract can be made contingent upon the citizenship acceptance.

    Eligible real estate investments must be purchased with the intent to build condos, homes, hotels, etc. Land-only purchases do not qualify. One exception is the super-development of Christophe Harbour on the south peninsula of St. Kitts, where qualifying lots may be purchased at a minimum of US$700,000. There are several marinas under construction and marina slips also qualify, as long as they meet the minimum investment of US$ 400,000.

    Once citizenship has been accepted, the real estate purchase will be completed. The property may not be sold within five years or citizenship can be revoked.
    Real estate developments in the Federation cater to those utilizing the Citizenship by Investment programme and make every effort to ensure ownership is a hassle-free experience.