Landmark agreement between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Montenegro eliminates visa requirements between the two countries

Recently, Saint Kitts and Nevis and Montenegro signed an agreement to abolish visas between the two countries, heralding a new era of partnership that will substantially facilitate tourism, business and diplomatic relations between both nations. The agreement is also welcome news to those who have or are seeking second citizenships from either country, as it will allow citizens of both countries to enter each other’s territory for up to 90 days visa free.
 
Moreover, this agreement further underscores the development potential of Caribbean island nations like Saint Kitts and Nevis and the efforts of governments in the region to create an open, progressive environment for investment, entrepreneurship and long-term economic growth. The country — formally referred to as the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis — is one of the fastest-growing nations in the West Indies, offering an ideal combination of spectacular natural scenery and bustling urban destinations. Meanwhile, Montenegro is expected to surpass Brazil and China to become one of the fastest growing travel and tourism economies in the world over the next decade, and is currently an official future candidate for EU and NATO membership.
 
Bluemina is proud to offer second citizenship programmes to Saint Kitts and Nevis as part of its ever-growing service line-up. Saint Kitts and other Commonwealth nations constitute superior destinations for second citizenship given the plethora of benefits they offer, including stable and growing economies, a wide array of tax advantages, and visa-free travel to more than 115 countries that include Schengen nations.
 
According to the CBI Index — an independent study published by the Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management — St. Kitts and Nevis’ citizenship-by-investment programme constitutes the “platinum standard” for the industry, ranking first globally with regards to ease of processing, convenient travel and residence requirements, and due diligence. The country grants full citizenships to investors within six months through the investment made either in government-approved real estate, contributions to the Sustainable Growth Fund, or the Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation. Through Bluemina, the application process is made seamless, costing as little as USD 150,000 for an individual applicant and requiring no longer than six months.

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Author : Nadine Daoud