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Investment in Pre-approved Real Estate

The pre-approved real estate option requires applicants to purchase property. The minimum required investment under the pre-approved real estate option is US$400,000, with a further requirement to hold that property for a minimum of five years. Alternatively, applicants can invest into a share system, paying a minimum of US$200,000. In this instance, real estate must be held for a period of seven years to maintain their economic citizenship status. Additional Government fees apply to both real estate options. The real estate investment of US$400,000 may also attract two applicants at US$200,000 each plus government fees, but this can only be resold after 7 years.

A list of approved real-estate developments is published on the website of the Citizenship-by-Investment Unit of the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis.

Minimum Investment Government Fees Government Due Deligence Fee Lawyer and Agent Fee for Application Total Amount
Single Applicant US$ 400,000 US$ 35,000 US$ 492,500
Applicant with 3 dependents
(1 spouse + 2 children under 16 yrs or above)
US$ 400,000  
 
 
US$ 50,000 for main applicant
+
 
US$ 25,000 for spouse
+
 
US$ 25,000 for each dependent children under 18
+
 
US$ 50,000 for child dependents over 18-25 age and seniors over age 65
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
US$ 7,500
+
Additional US$ 4,000 for each dependent children over 16 years.
US$ 45,000 US$ 581,500
(1 spouse + 2 children below 16 yrs)
 
US$ 599,500
(1 spouse + 2 children between 16-18 yrs)
 
US$ 610,500
(1 spouse + 1 child below 16 yrs + 1 child above 18 yrs)
 
US$ 639,500
(1 spouse + 2 children above 18 yrs of age)
Applicant with 5 dependents (1 spouse + 4 children) US$ 400,000 US$ 60,000 US$ 646,500
(1 spouse + 4 children below 16 yrs)
 
US$ 704,500
(1 spouse + 2 children below 16 yrs + 2 children above 18 yrs)

Note: Above fees (Government, due diligence & lawyers’ fees) might vary depending on case-to-case. Biometric costs will be extra. Above cost structure does not include processing and consultation fees.