• Temporary expansion of eligible properties (Real Estate option)
  • Price reduction (Sustainable Growth Fund option)

One of the oldest and most respected programmes of its kind, the St Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme grants qualified applicants instant visa-free access to over 150 countries. There is no requirement to travel to St Kitts & Nevis and there are no annual residency rules to maintain the passport.

EXCITING NEW Changes to The Approved Property criteria!

It has been announced that until November 2022, the sale of private homes, under the St Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment programme, has now been approved.   

This exciting change means that any private home with an appraisal value of $400,000 or more, is eligible for investors to apply for Citizenship (subject to certain criteria).

Therefore, for a limited period, the range of potential real estate options has never been broader!

If you would like to explore the range of new properties that are available, please contact Graham Sutcliffe: advice.nevis@dixcart.com.

Reduced Donation Reduction - until 31 December 2021

  • The cost for an applicant and spouse is now US$150,000, a reduction of US$25,000.
  • The cost for a family of four has been reduced from US$195,000 to US$150,000, a reduction of US$45,000.

In March 2021, the St Kitts & Nevis Government announced that as part of an island stimulus package, applicants to the St Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme can enjoy a temporary cost saving until 31 December 2021.

For more information on the three investment routes available under the St Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme, click here.

To apply, please contact Graham Sutcliffe in the Dixcart office in St Kitts & Nevis: advice.nevis@dixcart.com.

Applications must be handled by registered Authorised Persons, such as Dixcart who is a licensed Service Provider for the St Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment programme.

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