In an interview with Business Insider, the CEO of the Citizenship by Investment Unit, Les Khan, spoke about the Citizenship by Investment Programme and how its supporting the nation’s economy. With tourism halted due to travel restrictions, the CBI Programme is a “safety net” to fall back on.
With demand for second citizenship surging in many parts of the world, St Kitts and Nevis’ CIU is expecting to see a rise a rise in CBI inflows. In addition, the dual-island nation recently introduced its new limited time offer that reduces an investment for a family of four from US$195,000 to US$150,000. The offer will remain in place until January 15th 2021 and offers larger families an attractive route to second citizenship.