St. Kitts and Nevis second passport
The Citizenship Programme of St. Kitts and Nevis was established in 1984, which makes it the longest established Economic Citizenship Programme. The only way to apply for this programme is through an investment in designated real estate; a limited quota of real estate available for investment has been set by the government.
An application for double citizenship is for one family, including: applicant, spouse and two unmarried dependent children. The applicant needs to make a contribution of $35,000 and $15,000 for each dependent, plus the designated real estate investment of at least $250,000. These requirements make the programme relatively expensive, but at the same time exclusive. Given the programme is so exclusive, few passports have been issued, and a holder a of this passport enjoys well regarded reputation among other advantages. Although the initial investment may seem costly at first, the applicant is allowed to sell the property after five years and still keep the citizenship unlike other jurisdictions.
As a citizen of St. Kitts & Nevis you are not liable to taxation within the territory, on any income earned outside of the country. Holding a St. Kitts & Nevis passports also allows you to travel visa-free to more than 90 countries, including Canada, United Kingdom, Sweden, France, etc.
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