St Kitts And Nevis
The two-island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis’s CIP is the oldest, launched in 1984, and the base for all other such programs. It offers two paths to a second passport, through a charitable donation to the government or the purchase of the authorised real estate.
In response to the pandemic crisis, St. Kitts and Nevis has decided to reduce the required donation amount for its CIP from $195,000 to $150,000 until Dec. 31, 2020. This donation amount qualifies families of up to four members for passports.
The real estate investment minimum remains unchanged, at $200,000.
The St. Kitts and Nevis passport allows travel to 156 countries visa-free.
The two-island nation has received international recognition for its excellent management of COVID-19, with only 17 confirmed cases and no deaths.
St. Lucia has announced a new “Covid-19 Relief Bond” CIP opportunity. This is a $250,000 non-interest-bearing government bond available until Dec. 31, 2020.
In addition, St. Lucia has made these changes to its CIP qualifying options:
- The new donation amount for the National Economic Fund is $140,000 for a couple (previously, this was $165,000).
- The minimum contribution requirement for a family of four is now $150,000 (previously this was $190,000).
St. Lucia’s passport allows travel to 146 countries visa-free.
Antigua and Barbuda
In March 2013, the Senate of Antigua and Barbuda voted to establish a Citizenship by Investment Program to spur growth in the islands.
The contribution requirement for a family of 4 has been reduced from is at $100,000, making the program significantly more affordable for large families.
Holders of the Antigua and Barbuda passport enjoy visa-free access to 165 countries, including the U.K. and the Schengen Zone.
Dominica government has offered capable individuals the opportunity of holding a Dominican passport simply by making an economic contribution (donation) to the country or through real estate investment.
Dominica is one of the most affordable and flexible second passport programmes available without residing in the country, you can become a citizen. Applicants making a contribution via Donation or Real Estate are granted full citizenship for themselves and their family allowing visa-free travel to over 137 countries including the UK and the EU Schengen zone.
To obtain citizenship of Grenada for entire families including children, parents and siblings, interested applicants can invest in real estate (which can be sold in 5 years) or make a non-refundable government donation. You do not need to speak its official language or study the history of the country. Also, there is no requirement towards the physical residence in Grenada. The program is aimed at people who wish to travel 116 countries including the Schengen area, the UK, China, Hong Kong and Singapore as well as optimize their tax liabilities
Citizenship by investment program has become one of the most affordable and flexible second passport programmes.
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