St Kitts lifts ban on Syrians applying for Citizenship program

St Kitts and Nevis has recently announced that they will lift ban on Syrian nationals applying under the CIP programme.

On March 10, 2016, The Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIP) has issued notice to all agents, to resume accepting applications from nationals of Syria who apply for Citizenship by investment program.

Dependents such as spouse, children under 25 years of age,  grand parents above 65 years of ago, can apply for citizenship under one application, fully supported by the main applicant.

The minimum investment needed are $250,000 (non-refundable) or $400,000 (real estate), plus fees such as Government fee, due diligence fee and lawyer fee.

Nationals of Syria, irrespective of where they live, in order to eligible for citizenship program must have clean criminal record, must pass all due diligence and background checks and must not have had a prior visa refusal to countries where St Kitts & Nevis has signed visa waiver agreements with.

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