Saint Kitts and Nevis

Michael Martin visions big for St Kitts and Nevis citizenship unit

Michael Martin is visioning big to transform the citizenship by investment programme of St Kitts and Nevis. His major focus remains due diligence.

Michael Martin : Head of Citizenship by Investment Unit of St Kitts and Nevis, is tirelessly working to uphold the premium standard of the highly sought-after programme. 

Under Martin’s guidance, the unit is leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to maintain the program’s prestige and ensure that it continues to attract the world’s high net-worth individuals.

He has emphasized that, under the limited-time offer, applications that pass the comprehensive due diligence can receive approval in principle within 60 days.

The due diligence process plays a crucial role in maintaining the platinum standard of the programme. It helps in ensuring the security and well-being of the nation. 

Michael Martin’s commitment to the rigorous due diligence process is a testament to his dedication to preserving the integrity and reputation of the Citizenship by Investment Programme in St Kitts and Nevis.

As 2023 has started, St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment programme remain one of the top choices for people. The government continue to introduce new schemes and programmes to attract investors. 

To encourage foreign direct investment, several general tax incentives are also giving a decent environment to businesses. 

Michael Martin has been instrumental in driving the programme forward in less than two months since his appointment as the citizenship unit head.

Under Martin’s leadership, the Citizenship by Investment Unit has implemented several key measures that are aimed at streamlining the application process. The new amendments have made the programme even more efficient and secure.

One of Martin’s major priorities has been to increase the transparency and accountability of the programme.

After assuming the chair as the head of the citizenship by investment unit, he established stringent guidelines to ensure that all applicants are thoroughly vetted.

The robust due diligence process helps rigorously examine each applicant’s background to determine their eligibility.

In addition to his focus on due diligence, Martin is committed to making the Citizenship by Investment Programme in St Kitts and Nevis as accessible as possible.

He has introduced several innovative measures, such as the limited-time offer on the Sustainable Growth Fund option. It allows applicants to receive approval in principle within 60 days if they pass the due diligence process.

The Limited Time Offer has made the programme more attractive to a wider range of applicants and helped boost its popularity.

Finally, Martin’s leadership style is characterized by his willingness to listen to feedback and make changes that are in the best interests of the programme and the nation.

He regularly meets with stakeholders to gather their input and insights and is always open to new ideas and suggestions. The collaborative approach has helped build a programme that is well-regarded by investors and recognized as a model of excellence.

The Limited Time Offer 

St Kitts and Nevis’s Sustainable Growth Fund gives people a chance to get a second citizenship in as little as 60 days.

The special limited-time offer on the Sustainable Growth Fund started on January 01, 2023. The six-month-long offer ends on June 30 2023, under which a main applicant can get citizenship at USD 125,000. The prices for a family of four is also reduced to USD 170,000. 

Under the offer, the applicants no longer need to pay an additional amount to get Accelerated Application Process (AAP). Now, all qualifying applicants can be awarded citizenship in 60 days upon submission of their application.

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