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Caribbean Citizenship by Investment: 1/5 – Saint Kitts & Nevis

From Investment Migration Insider (imidaily.com):

Episode 1 of the documentary series Caribbean Citizenship by Investment, the first-ever documentary on all five citizenship by investment programs (CIPs) in the Caribbean, is now available.

In the series, we visit each country to learn more about the respective citizenship by investment programs and life on the ground on the islands. The first episode covers the Saint Kitts & Nevis CIP and will be followed by episodes on Grenada, Saint Lucia, Dominica, and Antigua & Barbuda.

The series includes interviews with officials from the respective citizenship by investment units, some of the prime ministers, CBI-real estate developers, as well as ordinary residents, and is intended to both give an introduction to citizenship by investment programs in the Caribbean, as well as to help international audiences learn more about the differences between each country.

We hope you’ll enjoy this series, as well as share it with your friends, colleagues and business contacts.


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  2. is the cbi program still open? I will just give the donation and have the passport after 6 months instead of buying the real estate property, since I don't have any plans to stay there for the rest of my life. I hope the program is still open.

  3. A hey as a thought. When you go to places if you want to see the TRUE "spirit" of ANY place, make it a point to go to where the "bottom caste" are, then you check where the "wealthy" are then learn the history of the place and how the difference came to be. Once you do that then you will have the TRUE ESSENCE of said place. Theres a reason most tourist destinations (especially in the west) generate SO MUCH MONEY yet the natives of these places arent part of the wealth distribution.

  4. I'd like to get my St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment along with my American one. B-) Besides, St. Kitts and Nevis itself is much warmer than over here in Ohio (USA) during the wintertime. B-)

  5. Nice video and quality, much respect as my cousin is the last taxi driver in the video giving the details from a local perspective inbedded in the tourism industry. Great to see you strolling through some of the places im all too familiar with.


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