It’s necessary, to begin with, the fact that the country carefully checks applicants. Their main requirement is a legal business, the absence of criminal records and sanctions. If you have paper evidence of your suitability, the government offers two types of investments for citizenship:
- $150,000 donation to the domestic progress fund. It’s a one-time and non-repayable investment.
- Buying a property of $200,000 with the ability to resell and return money in 7 years. Real estate of $400,000 can be sold in 5 years. Only the government-supported facilities are allowed to participate in the citizenship program.
St. Kitts and Nevis invite your relatives to become citizens too. You can add your spouse, children under 30 and parents over 55 in the application. The investment increases depending on the number of people. Potential residents should also pay administrative and Due Diligence charges.
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