Apply For Citizenship


At CCS you are in capable hands. We are fully licenced by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis through our Chief Executive Officer as Authorised Agents under the Citizenship by Investment Program. We have a very experienced team of professionals who are intimately knowledgeable about the citizenship by investment program. Clients are afforded a personalized and confidential service through our team of citizenship specialist agents, which enables CCS to make the most informed recommendations regarding each client’s application for citizenship. We are industry leaders who have been tested and proven by our clients to be among the best in the business.



A Principal Applicant must be at least 18 years of age in order to be eligible to make an application for citizenship of St. Kitts and Nevis and must meet the application requirements as well as make the required investment under the chosen Option. He os she may include any one or all of the following dependents in his or her application:

  • A spouse of the principal applicant;
  • A child of either the principal applicant or his or her spouse, who is under 18 years of age;
  • A child of either the principal applicant or his or her spouse, who is between 18 – 30 years of age, is in full time attendance at a college or university and is fully supported financially by the principal applicant;
  • A child of either the principal applicant or his or her spouse, who is over 18 years, is physically or mentally challenged and is fully supported by the principal applicant;
  • Parents or grandparents of either the principal applicant or his or her spouse who are over 55 years, live with and are fully supported by the principal applicant.
  • Siblings of the principal applicant or his or her spouse who is unmarried, childless, 30 years or younger and financially dependent on the principal applicant.

A person who falls into any one of the following categories will be not be eligible to obtain citizenship of St. Kitts and Nevis:

  • Has misrepresented or omits information on his or her application
  • Has been denied a visa to a country with which St. Kitts and Nevis has visa-free travel and who has not subsequently obtained a visa to the country that issued the denial


Applicants are required to submit Government forms together with supporting documents based on the particulars of the applicants and their dependents. Please Contact Us for a customized list of required documents for you and your family.



The application process takes between 3 – 4 months from the date of submission of the application. CCS has developed a Streamlined and Interactive Process (known as SIP) that is very effective and is easy for clients to follow. It enables CCS to provide guidance, assistance and advice to its clients throughout the process, which ensures a very high rate of success. Contact Us  now to get started.

Streamlined and Interactive Process (SIP)


SIP STEP 1: Preliminary

CCS conducts one-on-one dialogue with clients to answer questions, clarify elements of the Program as well as determine eligibility. The client and CCS execute an Engagement Letter detailing the services to be provided including a quotation of all fees and costs. Clients choose their preferred Option for citizenship and their real estate property if applicable.


SIP STEP 2: Preparation and Submission of Application

CCS Citizenship Specialist Agents provide clients with Application Kits comprising application forms, customized checklists, guidelines and sample documents to guide the preparation of their applications.  CCS continues to provide informed advice and assistance to clients as required. CCS Specialists undertake a robust review of each client’s documents before submitting the application to the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU).


SIP STEP 3: Decision

At this stage, the CIU will conduct its due diligence exercise in relation to the application. CCS maintains continuous dialogue with the CIU to ensure that any queries emerging from the due diligence process are responded to effectively and quickly. At the end of this process, the CIU will issue one of the following decisions: Approved in Principle; Delayed for Cause or Denied.

SIP STEP 4: Issue of Certificate of Registration and Passport

Once a client’s application has been approved in principle, registration fees become payable as well as the investment or donation amount. Upon satisfaction of these requirements, the CIU issues the Certificate of Registration for the client. CCS makes application to the Passport Office for the client’s passport, upon receipt of which it is safely and securely delivered to the client.

CONTACT US today for your free consultation.