The government of St Kitts and Nevis was delighted to announce an extension on its limited-time offer of the citizenship by investment programme under the sustainable growth fund option. The offer is now available until January 31, 2024, following huge demand from discerning investors.
The limited-time offer was launched by St Kitts and Nevis government in collaboration with the citizenship by investment unit in December 2022 following the change of CIU Head.
The government changed the long-time CIU Les Khan and appointed Michael Martin as the head in December last year. The introduction of LTO helped in surging the demand for alternative citizenship of the Federation. This exclusive offer began on January 1, 2023, and was valid up to June 30, 2023, but due to the rising demand of investors, the government announced to extend the offer until January 31, 2024.
Under this offer, the applicants are applying under the sustainable growth fund, aka fund option, at a reduced investment amount of US$125,000, which was earlier US$150,000 for a single applicant. Meanwhile, the investment amount for the family of four has also been reduced to US$170,000 from US$195,000.
Additionally, the investors no longer need to pay additional accelerated application processing and can gain citizenship of St Kitts and Nevis within 60 days of acknowledgement following the submission of their application to CIU.
While announcing this extension on the limited-time offer, CIU Head Michael Martin stated that the introduction of LTO has worked as a great help to boost the overall programme.
He added that the huge response has made the unit extend the Limited Time Offer for another seven months, and the offer is now valid until January 31, 2023. This exclusive offer has further increased the value and trust of the world’s first and finest programme among extraordinary investors.
Under the Limited Time Offer, the prices of investing for alternative citizenship under a sustainable growth fund are as follows:
This affordable investment which comes with big returns, is only available up to January 31, 2024, and from February 1, 2024, the contribution to the fund option will increase to US$150,000 for a single applicant and US$195,000 for a family of four.
Also, the fund option is regarded as the quickest and easiest route to alternative citizenship for high-net-worth individuals, and the introduction of limited-time offer has attracted more investors than ever.
It is worth mentioning that the country pays much stress on the due diligence, which makes sure that only legal and trustworthy individuals are given alternative citizenship. This makes the citizenship by investment programme of St Kitts and Nevis more trustworthy among global investors.
Introducing LTO and making other significant changes to the overall CBI Programme of St Kitts and Nevis has revolutionalized the concept of gaining alternative citizenship. While launching the offer in December 2022, CIU Head Martin said that such exclusive offers add a new layer of competitiveness and integrity to the programme.
The CIU has been inviting investors to make the smart move and be part of the change by investing in a sustainable route towards prosperity. St Kitts and Nevis offer one of the most secure and superior choices for discerning investors that comes with alternative citizenship.
Furthermore, the SGF option has been recognized to offer a seamless and transparent journey to gaining alternative citizenship for investors.
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