Second and Economic Citizenship
If you need second citizenship this page is right for you. The advantages and benefits of second citizenship are more vital in these financial, social and political instable times. To see if second passport through economic citizenship programs would benefit you, the information below will be very useful.
Economic Citizenship Programs in Dominica and St. Kitts and Nevis
The Economic Citizenship program in Dominica officially began in 1991. St. Kitts and Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment Program began in 1984, and is the longest active citizenship program.
Both offer citizenship for life with full rights as a citizen and optional residency in exchange for specified cash donations or investments.
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Applying for Second Citizenship
The process for economic citizenship is detailed and can be complicated.
Our main duty is to assist interested individuals and families through the different application stages. Firstly, through the due diligence (background check) process to determine whether or not they qualify to present themselves as applicants. Secondly, upon positive background check results, to formally apply for second citizenship.
To apply in Dominica there are two main channels.
Economic Citizenship Program
This route has existed since the inception of the program and is based on a fixed sum which takes into account whether the applicant is a:
- Sole applicant
- Married couple (husband and wife only)
- Family (husband, wife and children)
Citizenship by Investment
This route was introduced in 2013. It allows for applications to be submitted via an investment in real estate.
For details on these options for second citizenship in Dominica, please view this link Dominica Economic Citizenship Program .
St. Kitts and Nevis
The second citizenship program in St. Kitts and Nevis is formally called St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship-by-Investment.
Applications can be submitted via one of two routes. Both options have existed since the start of the program.
Real Estate Option
This option takes into account a minimum investment in real estate, plus registration fees which are structured accordingly:
- Main applicant (head of household)
- Dependent children under 18
- Eligible children over 18
Sugar Investment Diversification Fund (SIDF)
The SIDF route is based on a donation in which government fees are included. It is broken down into four categories:
- Sole applicant
- Family (head of household, spouse, two children below 18)
- Family (head of household, spouse, four children below 18)
- Family (up to seven family members)
For details on these options for second citizenship in St. Kitts and Nevis, please view this link St. Kitts Citizenship-by-Investment Program .