Saint Kitts & Nevis, officially known as the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, is an island country in the West Indies. 

  • Capital: Basseterre
  • Largest city: Basseterre
  • Official language: English
  • Area: 261 km² (ranked 188)
  • Population (2015): 54,961 people (209th rank)
  • Population density: 210 people/km² (2015)
  • Currency: East Caribbean Dollar
  • The tropical climate, the average temperature on the island ranges between 24°C and 27°C
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis is a twin-island federation whose economy is characterised by its dominant tourism, agriculture, and light manufacturing industries. Sugar was the primary export from the 1940s on, but rising production costs, low world market prices, and the government’s efforts to reduce dependence on it have led to a growing diversification of the agricultural sector. In 2005, the government decided to close down the state-owned sugar company, which had experienced losses and was a significant contributor to the fiscal deficit.
  • St. Kitts and Nevis is heavily dependent upon tourism to drive its economy, a sector which has expanded significantly since the 1970s. In 2009 there were 587,479 arrivals to Saint Kitts compared to 379,473 in 2007, an increase of just under 40% in a two-year period, however the tourist sector decreased during the Global financial crisis and has only recently returned to pre-crash levels. In recent years the government has sought to diversify the economy via agriculture, tourism, export-oriented manufacturing, and offshore banking.



In 1984, Saint Kitts & Nevis introduced an Immigrant investor program. For $150,000 a family of four buy visa-free travel to 132 countries, with no requirement to live in or even visit the country.


  • Citizenship is granted for 3-generation family, including dependent children under 30 years old and parents over 55 years old;
  • Visa-free access to 154 countries including 26 countries in Schengen, UK, Korea, Hong Kong,...
  • Citizenship is transferred through generations;
  • No language, management qualifications, minimum residency required;
  • Allows dual citizenship and does not require payment of worldwide income tax.



  • Single applicant: a non-refundable contribution of US$150,000 is required
  • Main applicant with up to three dependents (for example, a spouse and two children): a non-refundable contribution of US$195,000 is required
  • Additional dependents, regardless of Age: US$10,000


  • Applicants may qualify for citizenship through an investment in a pre-approved real estate project, which may include hotel shares, villas, and condominium units. The minimum real estate investment required by law is US$200,000 (resalable after 7 years) or US$400,000 (resalable after 5 years) for each main applicant.

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