St Kitts and Nevis: Michael Martin aims to evolve CBI Programme to greatness

Michael Martin, the head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis has been working diligently to retain the high standard of the country's citizenship programme

Michael Martin, the head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis has been working diligently to retain the high standard of the country’s citizenship programme. He and his team at the CIU understand the high stakes resting with them as handlers of the oldest and longest running programme in the investment migration industry.

Accordingly, they make regular updates and evolutions to the rules and regulations of the programme such that it can accurately reflect the country’s commitment to staying relevant and aligned with the needs and objectives of the present day investors. The High Net Worth Individuals across the globe are looking for ways to expand their businesses and grow their investments in the most profitable way.

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The CIU of St Kitts and Nevis acknowledge the need for the programme to constantly change and evolve for the better. Through this, St Kitts and Nevis can retain the highest level in reliability and trustworthiness that the programme has spent almost 4 decades building towards. Thus, the team has recently introduced several new features to the programme which make it lucrative to the HNWIs across the globe.

One of these features is the Limited Time Offer which is available exclusively under the Sustainable Growth Fund. Under the LTO,

  • Single applicant: US $125,000
  • Main applicant and a spouse: US $150,000
  • Main applicant and up to three dependants: US $170,000
  • Each additional dependant under 18: US $10,000
  • Each additional dependant over 18: US $25,000

With the Limited Time Offer, investors can access to a number of benefits for a comparatively smaller investment. With this initiative, Sustainable Growth Fund has emerged as the most sought after and popular route of investment. It is one of the most investor friendly measures to having an alternative citizenship of St Kitts and Nevis. The LTO attracts large numbers of HNWIs from across the globe, so that they can benefit from the numerous advantages that it offers.

Due to the increased popularity and demand for the Sustainable Growth Fund, the team at the Citizenship by Investment Unit, Headed by Michael Martin has made the decision to extend the Limited Time Offer (LTO) for another seven months. The leadership of CIU acknowledge the changing trends of the Investment Migration industry and pledge to remain up-to-date with those trends. The working of the CIU is a great testament to the incredible leadership of CIU head, Martin.

CIU further revealed that they have taken this step to allow the investors to continue to benefit from the LTO for an additional seven month period. Owing to the extension, the offer will now expire on January 31, 2024. The CIU has also clarified that this will be the final extension to the Limited Time Offer.

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