CBI Programme assists St Kitts and Nevis in diversification of its economy


St Kitts and Nevis are known for their magnificent beaches, dancing palms, blue sky, breathtaking sunsets and bobbying yatches. It is a small Caribbean Island country located between Antigua and St Maarten. St Kitts is famous for its historical town Basseterre which tells the history of the small island with fine white Caribbean and black volcanic sand. The beauty of St Kitts and Nevis calls for an unforgettable experience.

To build infrastructure for visitors, St Kitts is paying its keen interest in developing restaurants, bars and hotels that will showcase the island’s beautiful beaches.


St Kitts is attracting visitors with its delicate beauty on sandy beaches. The area is classified as an American Oceanic Rainforest, with one of the rarest kinds of ancient trees, flowers and wildlife. St Kitts provides an excellent environment acting as a calling card to the visitors looking forward to outdoor adventures. St Kitts has become a sought-after location with its verdant central mountain chain.


Nevis is offering luxurious resorts providing relaxing beauty on the Caribbean islands. Vivid green vegetation, clear skies, clean air and the environment, encourage visitors to appreciate mother nature on Nevis.

Along with this, the twin-island Federation in the Caribbean offers a high standard of living for its citizens. Sectors such as health, education, tourism, business and agriculture are flourishing. They provide basic facilities and amenities to the Kittitians and Nevisians.


Spending on infrastructure has made the country unrecognisable from only 20 years ago. There is a thriving cruise ship port complex, and new roads have been built to take pressure off traffic in Basseterre.

The Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis has been pivotal in developing sectors such as healthcare, business, and education in the nation. With the help of the tourism industry and the Citizenship by Investment Programme, the country has witnessed socio-economic development at a significant pace. The wise use of the funds generated by the CBI Programme aid the country in paving the path of development efficiently.

The CBI Programme empowers wealthy foreign investors to acquire alternative citizenship once they have contributed to the government fund. The CBI Programme has been praised for its stringent and vigorous due-diligence background checks, which are carried out by third-party firms. These agencies conduct multi-layered background checks, analysing applications, documents, character, source of income and many others. The robust background checks help maintain the integrity of the programme and also ensure national and international security.

After passing the necessary security checks and undergoing a stringent due diligence process, successful applicants gain access to a vast array of opportunities.

According to the 2021 CBI Index published by PWM Magazine of The Financial Times, St Kitts and Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment Programme is the world’s best and longest-standing and enjoys over three decades of experience within the industry, culminating in its recognition as a ‘Platinum Standard’ brand.

About the Sustainable Growth Fund:

The most straightforward and efficient way of obtaining citizenship of the twin-island Federation is via the Sustainable Ground Fund (SGF), dubbed the Fund Option. All investments are put towards achieving growth and development in agriculture, tourism, commerce, education, and healthcare in the country.

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