Although many of the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programmes in the world are modelled after the St. Kitts and Nevis (SKN) Programme, one thing that cannot be copied is that the SKN Programme was established in 1984 and is the oldest CBI Programme in the world.
Some of the many advantages of multiple citizenships include:
Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) Option Through the SGF, an applicant’s contribution is made directly to a government-held fund, with the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) being able to check receipt immediately and speed up the application process. The investments under this option help to fund community-focused projects that drive economic growth for local people and investors.
Real Estate Investment Option Applicants can obtain citizenship by investing in a pre-approved real estate development or, for a limited time only, through the purchase of qualifying private residential property. The funds for the investment are held by an escrow agent or are only paid by the applicant after approval.
Alternative Investment Option A potential project is identified for investment and the asset when completed and operated for a reasonable period of time must be turned over to the Government in a maintained condition consistent with prudent ownership.