Applicants under the age of 16 are not subject to due-diligence checks. If there is an issue with a dependent on an application which is felt does not involve the other members of the application, they will be granted approval to his exclusion.
What are the due-diligence standards for children of St. Kitts citizenship-by-investment applicants?
Can something like a criminal conviction of a dependent hurt the application or the parent? Are the same standards applied to dependents who are receiving passports as their parent applicants?