St Kitts & Nevis

Is the Caribbean
you always dream about!

Saint Kitts and Nevis (“St. Kitts”) consists of two islands located in the northern section of the eastern Caribbean Sea, approximately 2,000 kilometers southeast of Miami, Florida. St. Kitts is about one-third of the way from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago.

Nevis has an area of 93.2 square kilometers , and Saint Kitts has an area of 168.4 square kilometers , for a total of 261 square kilometers for the Federation. St. Kitts has a coastline of 135 kilometers.

The climate of St. Kitts is tropical, tempered by constant sea breezes, and there exists little seasonal temperature variation.

St. Kitts is a former British colony that obtained independence in 1983, and a twin island federation was formed. The Federation is a British Commonwealth nation with the Head of State being Queen Elizabeth II, represented by the governor general. The country is based on a healthy democracy that is governed by the parliamentary system, such as the one utilized in the United Kingdom. Thus, the head of government is the prime minister who is the leader of the majority elected party or majority coalition. The official language is English.

St. Kitts’s modern and democratic government is exemplified by its participation in key international agreements on the environment: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Desertification, Endangered Species, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine Dumping, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, and Whaling. It is also a member of 35 international organizations including the United Nations, the World Health Organization, Interpol, and the World Trade Organization.

St. Kitts has a population of approximately 50,300, with 13,000 of that population residing in the capital city, Basseterre. St. Kitts has a literacy rate of over 97%.

St. Kitts has a solid communications infrastructure with 20,500 main lines in use, and 83,000 mobile cellular lines in use. It has 51 internet hosts and 17,000 internet users. It has generally been assessed by the United States government as having good interisland and international connections.

St. Kitts has two airports and over 430 kilometers of established roadways and railways.

St. Kitts’s Citizenship-by-Investment Program was established in 1984. St. Kitts recognizes dual citizenship, so you may benefit from the Citizenship-by-Investment Program while being a dual citizen.

The St. Kitts Citizenship-by-Investment Program allows for you and your family to travel with ease throughout the world to over 100 countries visa-free.

Holding a St. Kitts citizenship also gives you expansion on your business opportunities without being taxed on worldwide income.

To enter the program, you must invest at least $350,000 USD in an approved real estate project in St. Kitts. Alternatively, you may invest at least $200,000 USD, depending on the number of dependents, in the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation.

You are able to include dependent children up to the age of 24 and senior parents.

In terms of timeline, you and your dependents will be eligible to gain citizenship within 4 months!

No Criminal Record
Excellent health
High personal net worth
Make a particular investment in a designated real estate development or monetary contribution to the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation (SIDF). See investment details.

  • No language requirements or full declaration of assets
  • No business management education or experience
  • No interview
  • No need to travel to St. Kitts during the application process
  • Inclusion of dependent children up to 24 years and senior parents
  • Citizenship may be obtained in 3 to 4 months.
  • No residency requirements
  • No personal income, capital gains or inheritance taxes. No tax on worldwide income.
  • Visa free travel to more than 100 countries including Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Switzerland and EU-Schengen countries