The twin island state Saint Kitts and Nevis established its original citizenship by investment program in 1984, making it the pioneer of citizenship by investment programs in the Caribbean. With a population of approx. 53,000 Saint Kitts and Nevis is a tropical island dominated by a rain forest covered peak on each island. Formerly a major producer of sugar cane plantations has now been replaced by diversified agriculture and light manufacturing as well as tourism as the three major drivers of Saint Kitts and Nevis’ economy.
Citizens of St. Kitts & Nevis can travel to over 150 countries including Schengen Zone, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore etc.
The path to citizenship by investment in Saint Kitts and Nevis is possible via different routes, e.g. via a minimum US$ 175,000 contribution to an approved government fund, or through a minimum US$ 200,000 investment into a pre-approved real-estate project as defined by the Citizenship By Investment Unit.