Breaking: Saint Kitts CIP Announces New Prices for Both Real Estate and Contributions

Following weeks of speculation as to where the Saint Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Programme contribution price would fall once the Hurricane Relief Fund option ends later this month, as well as a series of consultations between government and property developers discussing the relative competitiveness of the real estate investment option in the country,

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Real Estate Investment Requirements in Carib. CIPs Slated for Big Changes, Possibly Cuts

2017’s across-the-board reductions in cash contribution requirements among Caribbean CIP-countries has left the real estate options relatively less competitive. But a shake-up of real estate requirements may come to several Caribbean programs soon. On Friday, Prime Minister Timothy Harris of Saint Kitts & Nevis held a meeting with CIP-approved property developers to listen to their concerns

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OECS PMs To Sign MoU on CIP Cooperation – “No Race to the Bottom” Says Skerrit

Just hours before we were scheduled to meet Prime Minister Skerrit for an interview in his office in Roseau, Dominica, word reached us that the PMs of the Caribbean CIP-countries are moving toward signing a Memorandum of Understanding on closer cooperation between the Citizenship by Investment Units on matters related to information sharing as well

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Saint Kitts CIP Reduces Govt. Fees on Real Estate in Response to Developer Concerns

The government of Saint Kitts & Nevis has reduced the fees it charges applicants investing under the real estate option of its citizenship by investment program. A family of four are now charged US$75,000, rather than the US$125,000 it previously charged a typical family (US$50,000 for the main applicant, US$25,000 for a spouse and US$25,000 for

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Saint Kitts’ Citizenship Program No Longer the Platinum Brand, says Head of Dominica CIU

Head of the Saint Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit, Les Khan, maintains that his country has not and will not be engaged in a “race to the bottom”, despite recently introducing the Hurricane Relief Fund contribution option, which critics say undercuts prevailing market prices in the Caribbean. “We originally set a price that

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Both Douglas and Harris Appear to Have Diplomatic Passports in Dominica

After weeks of mudslinging, name-calling, accusations and denials, it now looks as though both the former and current prime ministers of Saint Kitts & Nevis, Denzil Douglas and Timothy Harris, are holders of diplomatic passports from Dominica, as images of both documents surface in the Caribbean media. It should be pointed out that the images represent

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Saint Kitts Opposition Fears Hurricane Relief Fund Will be Used for Campaign-Financing

Denzil Douglas, former Prime Minister of Saint Kitts & Nevis and current leader of the island’s political opposition, on Tuesday, expressed concerns that money remitted to the recently established Hurricane Relief Fund will be used to finance the re-election campaign of Prime Minister Timothy Harris, and that the Public Accounts Committee must be given oversight.

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Douglas Holds Diplomatic Passport of Another Country, Says PM Harris

It was during a press conference on Tuesday that Prime Minister Timothy Harris of Saint Kitts & Nevis told those assembled that his compatriot and political opponent, erstwhile Saint Kitts prime minister Denzil Douglas, currently holds a diplomatic passport of another country, and that this partly explains Douglas’ recent criticisms of the Saint Kitts &

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Saint Kitts PM Strikes Back at Critics of SKNCIP Hurricane-Discount

In its first official statement on the matter, the Harris administration defends its decision to reduce the contribution requirement for Saint Kitts & Nevis’ Citizenship by Investment Programme, a move roundly criticized by, among others, opposition politician Denzil Douglas. The Harris administration are now calling out Douglas for “shamelessly attempt[ing] to sully the country’s image

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