Anyone over the age of 18 can obtain the Saint Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment, subject to due diligence.

According to the rules of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, anyone over 18 years old can apply for citizenship with the investment program. It is possible for applicants to meet all the requirements of due diligence. This was stated by the CEO of the Saint Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU), Mr. Les Khan.

Candidates can be from any part of the world (with some exceptions) and first of all, they must undergo a due diligence test in order to be eligible to participate in the program. After approval, the applicant must choose one of the investment options: a contribution to the sustainable development fund or the purchase of the real estate.

You can read more about these options here (along with calculations):

As for the sustainable development fund, it was initially created as an ideal investment option for a large family. This option does not require knowledge of any languages, work experience or residency. A family of four can contribute $195,000, plus add dependents (additional $10,000 for each person). The number of dependents is not limited.

Dependents are children under 30 years old and parents over 55 years old.

Grandparents over 55 can be added to the main application only if they live with the main applicants and are financially dependent on them. Children over 18 years old with mental or physical problems may also be included in the application.

Investors who have received a Saint Kitts and Nevis passport acquire the same rights as local residents (except for voting rights). Citizenship can be passed on from generation to generation, and citizens can work in the country, live and study.

The department does not accept applications directly, only through agents. On the official website, you can find the entire list of agents, including NTL Trust. Currently, for security reasons, applications for the lodgment of documents must be made online.