Saint Lucia Citizenship by Investment

Saint Lucia Citizenship by Investment

Reinstatement of Government Bonds Option in St Lucia CIP!

The chief executive of Citizenship by Investment Unit of Saint Lucia, has issued a memorandum to re-instate the purchase of government bonds option for the immigrant investors. The notice announces that the investors can now purchase government bonds to acquire citizenship in St Lucia again from January 5th, 2017 onwards until further notice.

Government Bond Option Entails:

The existing regulations for the investors purchasing government bonds are as following:

• Single applicant: US$ 500,000
• Applicant with spouse: US$ 535,000
• Applicant with spouse and up to 2 dependents: US$ 550,000
• Each additional dependent: US$ 25,000

The notice further states that the pursuant of St Lucia Citizenship are required to pay a non-refundable administration fee of USD 50,000 for each bond.

What makes the Memorandum Special?

Due to the reinstatement of this option, investors now have access to all four qualifying options of acquiring the citizenship in Saint Lucia by investment including contribution to government fund, investment in real estate and enterprise project apart from purchasing non-interest bearing government bonds. Basically all those investors wondering how to acquire St Lucian citizenship are now literally spoilt for choice!

The reintroduction of the sale of government bonds in the CIP has made this program most flexible and efficient in all of Caribbean countries for all investors immigrants and citizenship pursuant.

We are here to help!

As the officially appointed promoter and agent and marketer of St Lucia CIP, CTrustGlobal has a duty to inform our esteemed clients about the lifting off of the restrictions on purchasing of government bonds in St Lucia for citizenship.

This one time investment has its perks for the investors, the process of which is further made easy by our professional team.

Check out the Official Memorandum!

We have outlined all the necessary information here, however serious investors better read the officially issued memorandum below.

Please be advised that the purchase of non-interest bearing government bonds is currently available as a qualifying investment option pursuant to Regulation 12 of the Citizenship by Investment Regulations No.89 of 2015. This option is available until further notice.
Please be further advised that pursuant to the Citizenship by Investment (Amendment) Regulations No.1 of 2017, as of 5th January a non-refundable government administration fee of US$50,000.00 is now required for each bond purchase.
We are grateful for your continued co-operation and would be happy to clarify any queries you may have on the matter formerly stated.

Further Information

To know more about the guidelines and other requirements for the Citizenship by Investment Program of St Lucia click here!

Apply now!

For any further assistance or information on how to apply for the Saint Lucia CIP, contact us now!
We can arrange a personal consultations at your convenience!

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