Saint Kitts and Nevis
The Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis is abbreviated as Saint Kitts and Nevis, located in the northern part of the Caribbean Sea in the Leeward Islands, and is made up of St. Kitts island and Nevis island. It covers an area of 267 square kilometers and the population is about 51,000. Owe to it is a tropical maritime climate with an average temperature of 26°C, therefore the weather is pleasant.
The official language and Lingua franca is English and the national currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar. Its capital city, Basseterre, located in Saint Kitts, the larger island. The smaller island Nevis lies about 3 kilometers southeast to St. Kitts.
As a member of the Commonwealth, St. Kitts is crowned as the back garden of North America. It is also an international offshore financing center and a tax-heaven boasting a unique geographic advantage that allows an unobstructed view of the surrounding islands. It is the most well preserved natural resort in the Caribbean region.
According to the second part of Article 3 (5) of the Saint Kitts Citizenship Act (1984), aliens who have made significant economic contributions to the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis are granted citizenship to the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis in accordance with the law. The applicant directly acquires federal citizenship and citizenship in Saint Kitts and Nevis after meeting the investment requirements. Since its implementation in 1984, the project is the oldest investment naturalization project in the world.
Requirements for application:
(1) Age above 18 years old;
(2) No criminal record;
(3) Provide true and accurate information and documents according to the requirements of the investment naturalization plan.
(4) Purchase a property of not less than $400,000 from the designated real estate project of the St. Kitts Government and hold it for five years;
(5) Purchase a property of not less than $200,000 from a designated real estate project designated by the Government of St. Kitts and hold it for seven years;
(6) Donate not less than $250,000 to the Sugar Diversification Fund (SIDF);
(7) Contribute not less than $150,000 to the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF).
Applicants for immigration shall be families. Family members other than the principal applicant may be attached applicants. The scope of persons eligible for immigration includes:
The spouse of the principal applicant;
The principal applicant is over 18 years old.
Children under the age of 18 of the principal applicant or his spouse;
The children of the principal applicant or his spouse who are over 18 years old and under 30 years old must be full-time students, and the tuition and living expenses are all borne by the principal applicant.
Parents, grandfathers, grandmothers, grandfathers and grandmothers over the age of 55 who live together with the main applicant and are fully supported by them;
The children or parents of the principal applicant or his spouse who is over 18 years old, physically or mentally disabled and fully supported by the principal applicant.
Attention：The website statement is an introduction to the immigration law only and is not intended to be a comprehensive explanation.