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Can my St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship be passed down to family?

My family and I recently acquired St. Kitts citizenship. The application included my wife and two children. However, I am wondering how we can now include my parents and sibling, who were not included in our original application. Can they be attached to our application, even though it is already completed?


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  • Johnson & Associates
    February 20, 2019

    Please be advised that St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship can be passed to children and parents of the main applicant. It can be added by reopening the file. You can contact the office for further details as to how to proceed.

  • February 21, 2019

    Yes, citizenship is passed down. However, there is a charge for the inclusion of family members after a successful application has been approved and completed.

  • Citizenship and Corporate Services Ltd.
    February 19, 2019

    Your parents can be added to your application even if you have already obtained citizenship. Your sibling cannot be included, as siblings are not eligible dependents under the law.

  • Mitcham & Benjamin
    February 22, 2019

    A recipient of citizenship-by-investment can request that his file be reopened to have parents added. If citizenship was granted more than one year ago, new due-diligence processes will be required. Siblings cannot be included on an application at any time. They must make their own application, although they can be sponsored financially by the approved sibling. New due diligence will also be required.