In SKN Citizenship

Mr. Michael Martin, Director of Citizenship by Investment

Mr. Michael Martin has served in top management positions in a number of companies, including National Caribbean Insurance Company, National Bank Trust Company and Sagicor Life Inc. He is a past director of the Insurance Association of the Caribbean, Honorary Secretary of the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park Society Council of Management and a director of First Federal Cooperative Credit Union.

Mr. Martin holds a graduate diploma from the International Compliance Association and Manchester Business School, a certificate in International Trust Management from the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and a certificate in Managing Financial Services from the University of the West Indies.

Mr. Martin is no stranger to the CBI industry having been at one time one of the top service providers in the industry.

About the CBI Programme

The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has a long-running “Citizenship-by-Investment” program attracting international visitors, who make a substantial contribution to the development of the country. Investors along with any family members can directly qualify for citizenship through investment, either by making a donation or investment in a real estate purchase.

St. Kitts passport is an excellent second passport for visa-free travel to over 100+ countries in Europe and the Caribbean.

Several countries, including St. Kitts and Nevis, have adopted programs that allow the acquisition of citizenship on the basis of an investment and/or a direct contribution to the state as a means of developing the country…Read More

Benefits of the CBI Programme

1. Visa-free travel to all EU countries including Switzerland, the UK, and Ireland.
2.No residency or visit to St. Kitts is needed.
3.Tax-free – no income or wealth tax
4. Lifetime citizenship
5. Easy second passport and citizenship for your family members
6. Privacy in a small peaceful country
7. Dual citizenship benefits.
8. Choice of Real estate investment.
9. No Personal visit is required.

The St. Kitts and Nevis passport is very well-regarded and has an excellent reputation. A relative number of passports have been issued under this Citizenship-by-Investment program by the Government. It is a great program to use to obtain your second citizenship, especially for Americans.

Listed below are the necessary requirements when applying for citizenship in St. Kitts and Nevis

1. Parents’ and grandparents’ birth certificate must be certified by a Justice of Peace or Notary Public
2. Applicant’s birth certificate
3. Two (2) photographs
4. Police Certificate (needed for applicants 16 years and over)
Send documents to: Ministry of National Security,
Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis,
Government Headquarters,
PO Box 186,
Church Street,
Saint Kitts, West Indies

Telephone: 1(869) 465-2521

NOTE: All documents must be originals or certified copies.  Please make money orders payable to “Accountant General”. There is no time frame on processing of application.

1. Completed application form
2. Spouse’s birth certificate
3. Applicant’s birth certificate
4. Marriage certificate
5. Money order in the amount of: EC $500 (if married before 1983) or EC $1,000 if married after 1983
6. Two (2) photographs

Send documents to:
The Ministry of National Security
Government Headquarters
PO Box 186,
Saint Kitts, West Indies

Telephone: (869) 465-2521

NOTE: All documents must be originals or certified copies. Please make money orders payable to “Accountant General.” There is no time frame on processing of application.

St. Kitts and Nevis extends an invitation for all parties seeking SKN citizenship by means of furthering the economic endeavors of the island nations and its people.  With its “Citizenship-by-Investment” program, the government of the Federation has been able to contribute to infrastructure building and many other nation building concepts and campaigns.

To see the particulars of how one must apply for this type of Economic Citizenry, view this site under “Business” and click on “In SKN! Economic Citizenship”

St. Kitts was once known as the Gibraltar of the West Indies for its domination of 18th- century colonial battles. How the island rose to become the world’s leader in sugarcane cultivation, an inspiration for the industrial revolution in the process.

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