Why Yes You Can Purchase Citizenship Here Are Some Options

St. Kitts and Nevis: Invest $400,000 in a new development which will “include a 200-room hotel and a mega-yacht marina” OR donate $250,000 donation to a fund for retired sugar workers (oh also, don’t be an Iranian living in Iran).

Dominica: Send a check for $100,000 (application here!)

Or you could go through this totally legitimate looking broker. (“If you are a high net worth individual or a wealthy business person, with surplus money to invest, then you have come to the right place.”)

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TheDilettantista (#1,255)

My parents have a time share in St. Kitts. They’ve brought me along with them on vacation twice. It is a beautiful island…and there are many half-built, stalled, or promised developments and communities happening there. I remember hearing about the planned marina when I was there last year.

We were eating dinner out one night and the prime minister of the country came and said hello to us. It was very bizarre, but also very neat.

Not sure how I feel about the article. Just wanted to share. If anyone can actually afford that price, St. Kitts is pretty great. So, I mean, go for it I guess.

DickensianCat (#971)

@TheDilettantista I am dying to go to St. Kitts to see the famous beverage stealing/guzzling monkeys-have you encountered any monkeys? Did they steal your cocktail/hat/wallet?

ghechr (#596)

There’s a similar visa you can get to the USA. It’s called an investor visa and the alien needs to invest between $500,000 and $1 million (depending on the location) in a new business venture. Once you have this visa and keep your immigration status AOK, you can apply for a green card and eventually US citizenship in a few years.

“If you are a high net worth individual or a wealthy business person, with surplus money to invest, then you have come to the right place.”

I feel like this sentence could be said by basically anyone…

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