St. Kitts and Nevis is country made up of two islands in the East Caribbean sea that is known for its striking, cloud shrouded mountains and its gorgeous sandy beaches. It remains a part of the commonwealth with Queen Elizabeth acting as the head of state. The Islands were unified by the British and gained independence in 1967, since then they have built their economy around the production of sugarcane and more recently, tourism. St. Kitts and Nevis is a true Caribbean paradise, with crystal blue water and sandy beaches that provide a haven for relaxation and recovery.
Citizenship by investment programme
1. Over 18 years old;
2. No criminal record;
3. True and exact information and documents must be provided in accordance with the requirements of the Citizenship by Investment Program;
4. Investment: purchase of the house property designated by the government at a price over 400 thousands US dollars.
When and why it was created, how has it been used, # of participants, an official image of the permit/stamp/card etc.
According to The Saint Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis Citizenship Act, 1984, Part II, Section 3 (5), foreigners who have made significant economic contributions to the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis shall be granted the civic rights of the country. The applicants will directly obtain the citizenship and civic rights of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis after they meet the investment requirements.
Individuals are allowed to get the citizenship by the investment to the project supported by the government. The person who conforms to the requirements of the project will obtain the full civil status, including a passport and the rights of permanent residence and work in St. Kitts and Nevis. This citizenship-by-investment program, being implemented from 1984 to this day, is the one with the longest history in the world.