St Kitts and Nevis, the Paradise of the Caribbean, have been named the Twelfth safest island nation among the seventeen safest Caribbean islands to visit in 2022.
The country has continuously adopted modern security technologies, including installing CCTV cameras across the twin-island nation.
Travellers Worldwide, a US-based and renowned travel website, has ranked St Kitts and Nevis as the twelfth safest Caribbean country. The website facilitates travel and tourism services and is run by two travel enthusiasts named Tom and Tori in California, United States.
St Kitts and Nevis is also known as the smallest country in the Western Hemisphere; despite its small size country is big enough to explore for a lifetime.
The country is well-known for its beautiful sights of natural beauty that entice thousands of tourists with its mesmerizing white sand beaches and glittering ocean waters. Also, St Kitts and Nevis is highly preferred by cruise ship visitors, with the country reaching more than 1 million passengers in 2018.
The crime rate in St Kitts and Nevis has dramatically decreased. The US Department of State has declared St Kitts and Nevis a minimally threatening country.
The travellers can enjoy the fascinating activities, including swaying palm trees, bobbing yachts, and jaw-dropping sunset sights. The island of St Kitts is famous for partying with that island Nevis is known for its nature and peace.
Earlier, Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris also declared that the people of St Kitts, and Nevis are living in a safe environment after the homicide cases witnessed a reduction. He crowned the success to the government’s substantial investment in the security infrastructure, which includes building new and renovating police stations, strengthening of defence force and coast guard facilities.
Furthermore, he added that the government of St Kitts and Nevis had been massively investing in the installation of CCTV cameras, which will bolster the monitoring system in the Federation.
He also promised the residents of the country to provide a new and safe environment. Prime Minister outlined, “We have been bold, united and courageous in tackling crime – creating the stronger, safer future we all deserve.”
The twin-island government has been installing street lights and CCTV cameras and establishing police stations in various regions to safeguard the residents. It is worth noting that major advancement in St Kitts and Nevis is being done through the funds generated via the citizenship by investment (CBI) programme, under the Sustainable Growth Fund.
A large proportion of socio-economic activities taking place in St Kitts and Nevis have been managed via the CBI Programme. To support the development island-wide, the government established the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) in the year 2018. The investments that arrive through SGF are utilized to build infrastructure in the country.
The SGF, which is popularly known as the “Fund Option”, also helps in providing income support to people and more. This option allows the investors to make a contribution to the social prosperity as well as the economy of the twin-island Federation.
The country gained praise at the world level for its multi-layered due diligence checks on all applicants seeking alternative citizenship. Any applicant or their dependent over sixteen years of age undergoes vigorous government and independent third party background checks, which ensures that people of a higher standard of character are granted citizenship. This shows the country’s commitment to national and international security.
To apply for the alternative citizenship of St Kitts and Nevis, the applicant has to donate to the “Sustainable Growth Fund.” The applicant has to invest a minimum of USD 150,000 to become a part of the CBI programme under SGF.
An applicant can also add his family members in the same application, including the spouse, children (under the age of 30) and parents as well as grandparents (over the age of 55).
The dual citizenship of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis can be attained if the investor qualifies some of the eligibility criteria, which are:
• The character of the applicant must be reputed.
• The investor should not have any criminal record.
• The personal net worth of the applicant must be high.
• The minimum age of the investor should be more than 18 years.
St Kitts and Nevis is the pioneer of citizenship by investment programme industry. Launched in 1984, it has been regarded as the “Platinum Standard of CBI” and also bagged the top rank in CBI Index by the Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management (PWM) magazine. It has been regarded as the world’s fastest, safest, most secure and transparent Programme.