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St Kitts & Nevis revamps CBI Programme, meets EU principles head-on

St Kitts and Nevis has become the first country to take swift action on CBI programme principles outlined by the EU Commission, as exclusively reported by Associates Times.

The island nation has rolled out a series of substantial changes to its citizenship by investment programme. These changes aim to safeguard the programme’s integrity and reinforce its ‘Platinum Standard’ status. Island nation has attempted to address all the principles outlined by the EU Commission.

A new investment option, the Sustainable Island State Contribution (SISC), has been introduced, replacing the previous Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF). The minimum investment for the Developer’s Real Estate Option is now US$400,000. Approved Private Homes and Approved Public Benefit Projects have also been included as investment options.

Investors applying for CBI are now required to have a mandatory interview, conducted either virtually or in person. All background due diligence checks will be conducted by independent professional firms from the United Kingdom, USA, and Europe.

Investment Options in St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme

Sustainable Island State Contribution (SISC)

  • Single applicant: US$250,000

  • Family of two: US$300,000

  • Family of four: US$350,000

Developer’s Real Estate Option

  • Minimum investment: US$400,000

  • Property must be held for a period of seven years

Approved Private Home

  • Condominium: Minimum investment of US$400,000 paid to the owner

  • Single-family dwelling: Minimum investment of US$800,000 paid to the owner

  • Property must be held for a period of seven years

Approved Public Benefit Project

  • Minimum contribution: US$250,000 paid to....

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