United Arab Emirates (February 26th 2016): Schools in Dubai today celebrated International Day and children who obtained St.Kitts-Nevis citizenship through their parents investment were able to show off the culture of their new nationality by educating their fellow classmates in their school on the country’s history and culture.
St Kitts and Nevis developed the world’s first-ever citizenship by investment programme in 1984. As such, the country has had years to perfect the Programme, which today stands as the oldest, most trusted, and most successful programme of its kind.
Under the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme, applicants must show that they are at least 18 years of age, of good character with no criminal record, and in good health. They must then make an investment either in the nation’s Sugar Industry Diversification Foundation, or in pre-approved real estate. Applicants may apply with their spouse and dependent children, and, in some cases, dependent elderly parents.