Amendments for the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship ProgrammeJanuary 9th, 2017 by aimcapital
The most established citizenship programme in the Caribbean has increased the age of dependents applying through the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship programme. Applicants up to the age of 30 can now apply as dependents as long as dependents are in full time education and fully dependent on the main applicant.
Attractive changes have also been made to the Sugar Industry Diversification Fund option, the following contribution amounts shall be applicable:
- Single applicant: $200,000
- Single applicant and up to three dependents: $300,000
An additional contribution of $25,000 will be applicable for each dependent after the third dependent. For example, the contribution amount for a main applicant applying with four dependents shall be $325,000.
Amendments for the St Lucia Citizenship programmeJanuary 9th, 2017 by aimcapital
On the 3rd of January 2017, the St Lucia citizenship programme officially became one of the most affordable citizenship programme within the Caribbean region. The contribution amount for single applicants and family applications shall be the following:
- Single applicant: $100,000
- Single applicant and spouse: $165,000
- Single applicant, spouse and up to 2 children: $190,000
Applicants for the St Lucia citizenship by investment programme will no longer require a net worth of $3,000,000 to apply for citizenship of St Lucia. The government bond option will also be relaunched with an additional government administration fee of $50,000.
Please contact us should you require further information on the programme.
The End of the Limited Time Offer in Antigua and BarbudaJune 4th, 2016 by aimcapital
Antigua and Barbuda has officially ended the limited time offer for applicants applying through the National Development Fund. Applications through the National Development Fund option will require a minimum donation of $200,000.
Reforms of the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship programmeFebruary 16th, 2016 by admin
The citizenship programme of St Kitts and Nevis has been in operation since 1984 and has been increasingly influential in accumulating foreign direct investments. St Kitts and Nevis citizenship can be acquired through a donation or investment. A donation of $250,000 or a minimum investment of $400,000 will enable investors to gain citizenship through the programme. Investment opportunities range from shares in franchise hotels and luxury real estate.