/ Official language English
/ Currency East Caribbean dollar
Over the years, the government has made multiple efforts to create an attractive CBI proposition – from lowering the minimum contribution from USD 250,000 to USD 150,000, to most recently (2018), reducing the real estate investment by half the price. This was a mutually beneficial move: investors gain a powerful passport for a lower cost, and in return, St Kitts can invest more in the island’s economy and make a positive difference in the local lives.
Dating back as far as 1984, the St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme is the oldest and longest-running official programme in the world. After more than 30 years in business, it has been branded as the ‘Platinum Standard’ for all other CBIs to follow. It is one of the most stable, trusted and successful programs of the industry.