St.Kitts – Introduction


Benefits of Citizenship of St.Kitts and Nevis : 


  • No interviews or residency period
  • No need to collect passport in person
  • No education,language and management experience requirement
  • No medical check
  • Fast and hassle free application
  • Visa-free access to over 120 countries and territories including 27 EU countries, etc
  • No Personal Income, Wealth, Gift, Inheritance, Foreign Income or Capital Gains Tax, even if you would decide to reside in St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Kitts & Nevis (The Federation) has been independent since 1983 and forms part of Lesser Antilles, a group of islands located 2,000 km to the southeast of Miami.


The official and business language 

  •  English

The major industries

  • Tourism
  • Sugar plantation

The Federation is a member of the United Nations, the British Commonwealth, the Organization of American States and various other international organizations.

The Head of State is the Queen of England and the Federation has a well-functioning democracy based on the British parliamentary system. Holders of the Federation’s passport are allowed visa-free access to the United Kingdom and over 120 countries and territories.

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank has its headquarters on St. Kitts and maintains the stability of the national currency of Eastern Caribbean Dollar, which is pegged to the US dollar.


ST. KITTS is an island in the West Indies. It is a democratic country, adopting the British parliamentary system with Queen Elizabeth II as its Head of State. The climate of Saint Kitts is tropical tempered by constant sea breezes. Tourism is one of the essential sources of income of Saint Kitts as it has many fine white sandy beaches and splendid mountainous sceneries. “Two islands, a paradise” is the slogan of their tourism bureau.

  • Capital: Basseterre
  • Land Area (sq. km): 174
  • Official Language(s): English
  • Population: 34983
  • Currency: XCD
  • GDP per capita (US$): 17090
  • Real GDP growth (% change yoy): 1.7%
  • Inflation (% change yoy): 1.9%
  • Unemployment (% labour force): 9.3%