St Lucia is one of the most recent countries in the Caribbean to offer a citizenship via investment program, making it one of the best destinations for foreign investors seeking a second passport. Only 500 applications are approved per year, which has helped maintain the value and credibility of the St Lucia passport around the world.
Donation from USD 100,000 to the National Economic Fund (NEFS)
USD 165,000 for the principal applicant and spouse
USD 190,000 for the principal applicant, spouse and two dependents
USD 300,000 investment in a government-approved real estate project
FAST-TRACK CITIZENSHIP: Passport granted in only 3-4 months.
THE SECOND MOST AFFORDABLE PASSPORT: Your alternative citizenship from only $100,000.
VISA-FREE TRAVEL WORLDWIDE: Visa-free access to 145 countries, including the EU and the UK.
THE WHOLE FAMILY IS ELIGIBLE: Including spouse, children, parents and siblings.
ATTRACTIVE TAX REGIME: No income tax, wealth tax or inheritance tax.
SHORT INVESTMENT PERIOD: The investment need only be held for 5 years if it is in real estate or government bonds.
NO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: No physical residency required, with the option to obtain a St. Lucia passport remotely.
INVESTMENT REQUIRED ONLY AFTER APPROVAL: Full investment can be made after receiving approval of citizenship application.
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Our specialists prepare all the documentation and submit the application to the relevant governmental authority.
The government will review and verify all information. Once you have paid the government fees, you will receive pre-approval and start enjoying the main advantages of the second passport.
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