Register now to attend our exclusive webinar with Bluemina’s managing partner, Mr. Bashar Daoud and the CEO of St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by investment unit, Mr. Les Khan, on Monday 28th of March at 4pm Dubai time.
Whether it is for tax benefits and wealth protection or for security and greater mobility, alternative residence and citizenship planning is now a priority for many wealthy families worldwide. When it comes to investment migration, St Kitts & Nevis’ longest-running citizenship by investment (CBI) scheme remains a top choice for global investors.
This dual island nation was the first in the Caribbean to launch a CBI scheme in 1984 to draw foreign investments. Application for its second passports has gained traction amid the pandemic, thanks to its competitive pricing, the remote and hassle-free application process, quick turnaround, and strict due diligence. There are several investment options, but the most common route is to obtain the right to live and work in this picturesque island nation as well as gain visa free access to over 160 countries and territories, including the UK, Ireland, and EU Schengen states, is through purchasing real estate. What are the latest updates in its CBI scheme in 2022? Who are eligible to apply for it? What is the minimum investment for this programme? Can we include family members in the main application?
Our panelists will discuss:
- Why should you invest in second citizenship?
- Benefits of St Kitts & Nevis’ CBI programmes
- Changes, updates and new rules
- St Kitts & Nevis real estate market outlook
- Donation and other investment options
- Eligibility criteria for second citizenship