The St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme is a relatively low-cost method for acquiring a new passport. The cost for applying to become a citizen of the country is usually around US$2,000, although the cost can go up to $4,000 if you want to have a second passport. The total cost depends on the composition of the family, but is generally less than US$3,000. The application process can be completed within 45 to 60 days, depending on the level of your investment.
Can apply for dual citizenship
To qualify for a second passport, applicants must invest US$150,000 to qualify for citizenship. Alternatively, a family of up to four people can invest up to $195,000 in order to obtain citizenship. Both of these investments have a long appeal process. While you can apply for dual citizenship as long as you are stateless, the process is not easy. To get your passport, you must pay US$1,500,000 in the Sustainable Growth Fund.
The standard process takes three months
Once you’ve invested the money, you’ll need to apply for a St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment. The cost will vary depending on the type of passport you want. The standard process takes three months. However, if you want to have a passport in two to three months, you’ll need to invest US$200,000 in real estate or donate to the Sustainable Growth Fund.