St Lucia Citizenship by Investment Program

St Lucia is an independent Commonwealth State, having gained independence from the UK on 22 February 1979, a day celebrated each year with a public holiday.

The country is located in the Eastern Caribbean and has a beautiful mountain terrain, including Mount Cimie and the Pitons, which are the island’s most famous landmarks.

St Lucia is a United Nations, OECS, and CARICOM member. The regional currency is the East Caribbean Dollar (XCD), which is pegged to the US Dollar.

An educated workforce and improvements in roads, communications, water supply, sewerage and port facilities have attracted significant foreign investment in the tourism and offshore banking industries.

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  • Visa-free travel to 146 countries including the EU, the UK, Singapore and Hong Kong
  • Full citizenship with passport granted to main applicant, spouse, children, and parents or grandparents
  • A genuine, natural landscape of gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, miles of unspoiled rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains, are sure to indulge every taste

St Lucia Citizenship by Investment Requirements

The St Lucia Citizenship by Investment Program requires an applicant to make a significant financial investment into the country in return for citizenship for the applicant and his/her family.

To qualify for citizenship, the main applicant must be over 18 years of age, meet the due diligence requirements and select one of the following options:

Donation

A non-refundable donation to the National Economic Fund starting from US$ 100,000

Real Estate

Purchase of qualifying real-estate of a least US$ 300,000 in a Government approved project

In addition Government & Due Diligence Fees range as follows:

Donation option: $9,800 – $18,700 — Real Estate option: $57,800 – $153,700

The process will take three to four months from submission of the application to issuance of the passport, assuming the application has no areas of concern.

What Makes St Lucia Worthy of Consideration?

It’s clear to see when visiting the island that significant foreign investment in the tourism and offshore banking industries has attracted those interested in an island that attracts more than just tourism. That said, tourism remains the country’s main source of jobs and income and accounts for 65% of the GDP.

A genuine, natural landscape of gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, miles of unspoiled rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains, are sure to indulge every taste.

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St Lucia Program Summary