New opportunity in the St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship program

October 2, 2017

St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship

Out of consideration for the current hurricane season, the government of St. Kitts and Nevis decided to launch a new option in their citizenship program. From now till March 2018, you can get St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship for yourself and your family for only USD 150,000.

The Hurricane Relief Fund

The hurricane season in St. Kitts usually lasts from the beginning of June till the end of November. This year’s hurricane season already brought two major hurricanes in the area, causing exceptional damage to the country. As a result, the operator of the local investment citizenship program decided to set up the Hurricane Relief Fund in order to ease the reparation of damages caused by hurricanes during the current hurricane season.

The set-up of the Hurricane Relief Fund means a new alternative to the current investment citizenship system. Now investors donating USD 150,000 to the Fund become eligible for St. Kitts citizenship, together with their family members – just as in the regular citizenship program.

In this promotional donation, only the destination of the donation is changed; the procedure is the same as in the regular citizenship program, meaning you can apply together with your spouse, dependent children under the age of 30, and dependent parents over the age of 55.

Available only until March 2018

Since the specific aim of the hurricane Relief Fund is to aid repairing damages of the current hurricane season (ending in November 2017), donations to the Fund are accepted only until the end of March 2018. Make sure to take advantage of this opportunity while you still can.

Get citizenship for yourself and your family members in a beautiful country and travel without a visa in 125 countries (including the EU, the Schengen zone, Singapore and Hong Kong), while benefiting not only your wallet but also those who suffer damages during the hurricane season.

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