St Kitts and Nevis was the first country to take the initiative of offering Citizenship by Investment for High Net Worth Individuals all over the world. The country has paved the path for all its successors for almost four decades and helped them flourish. Under the guidance of Michael Martin and his team, the nation has strengthened the programme to maintain the platinum standard of CBI.
The team has taken several steps to benefit the programme and included mandatory interviews for all applicants over the age of 16. Due diligence initiatives of the programme have also been strengthened for the benefit of the applicants and locals.
The St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment is the first to introduce the investment migration industry for the last four decades. The nation was the first in the world to offer citizenship to high-net-worth individuals.
As per the sources, St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment has helped many high-net-worth individuals secure and diversify their investment portfolios. The country has emerged as the front-runner in the investment migration industry owing to their constant evolutions and upgradations.
Moreover, the nation has been one of the most trustworthy providers of Citizenship by Investment to High-Net-Worth Individuals worldwide in the last few years. The country’s Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) has worked upon the programme’s reputation through its constant efforts.
Michael Martin is leading the CIU team, working diligently to uphold the programme’s reputation. Together, they have introduced many new evolutions to the programme. They have also ensured the alignment of the programme with the needs of the modern-day investor.
They have also introduced many new safeguards to the programme to protect the interests of the High-Net-Worth Individuals.
The CIU team and Michael Martin also ensured that the locals of St Kitts and Nevis will benefit from the programme, too.
Reportedly, the funds generated from the programme will be used for government developmental initiatives, including the development of healthcare, education, and infrastructure.
The organisation is dedicated to maintaining the trust and reputation of the programme, as the security of investment is one of the priorities of the HNWIs.