Alongside Dominica, Saint Kitts and Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment Programme has been ranked the highest according to the latest CBI Index.

The CBI Index is an extensive report published by The Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management magazine and compares all of the world’s major CBI programmes based on nine factors.

Each programme is evaluated based on freedom of movement, cost, standard of living, mandatory residency requirements, timeline, ease of processing, due diligence, family and certainty of the product. The five Caribbean nations offering CBI programmes all scored highly and ranked as the top five programmes, with Malta  Vanuatu and Turkey following closely behind.

Saint Kitts and Nevis‘ Citizenship by Investment Programme is one of the longest standing in the world and proves to be a popular choice for many investors based on this factor alone. Investor can obtain Citizenship by making a minimum donation of $150,000 to the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) or by investing in Government approved real estate projects from $200,000, plus fees. 

It is important to understand each programmes differences and compare the options to ensure you pick the best programme to meet your requirements. La Vida’s expert consultants will be able to provide you with a free and balanced consultation to establish the most suitable programme to meet your personal needs. We can also provide investors with our own unique Passport Value Report which considers additional factors such as the countries GDP and travel popularity. 

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CBI Index Ranking


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