The Government of Saint Kitts and Nevis has announced launch of a new investment option called
the Sustainable Island State Contribution (SISC) replacing the current Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) effective from Jul 27, 2023. All citizenship by investment applications under donation will be only accepted under SISC from this date. The Limited time offer under SGF which was offered by Government until Jan 2024 is now closed. All new applications will now be processed in 120 days (instead of 60 days). The Accelerated application process for donation route is also now closed.
The SISC replaces the previous Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) and investors contributing towards this option will be advancing St Kitts and Nevis into a Sustainable Island State and revenues received through this fund is used for the following purposes:
1. Increasing local food production;
2. Transitioning to Green Energy;
3. Diversifying the economy;
4. Attracting and supporting sustainable industries;
5. Evolving the Creative Economy;
6. Recovering from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic; and
7. Expanding social protection and safety nets to protect the most vulnerable
The SISC provides discerning investors the option to contribute to their new nation. It’s a sustainable and secure solution for intelligent investors who want to make a smart move. All contributions are payable to the Federal Consolidated Fund.
- The SISC is a sustainable and secure contribution.
- The alternative second citizenship is for life and can be passed down to future generations.
- There are no mandatory travel or language requirements.
- Discerning investors can apply for exclusive citizenship of a country with a favorable financial environment.
Contributions start from US$250,000 for one applicant only and increase as a spouse or
dependents are added. For a family of two, the contribution amount increases to US$300,000
and for a family of four, the minimum Sustainable Island State Contribution is US$350,000.
Applicants and their family members undergo background due diligence checks will be commissioned by the Citizenship by Investment Unit and will be conducted by independent professional firms from the United Kingdom, USA and Europe, and in accordance with the requirements set by the Board of Governors