St Kitts & Nevis, one of the most venerable citizenship programmes in the world, previously required a minimum donation of USD 195,000 for a family of four. This made the programme slightly pricier than some of its peers in the Caribbean. However, this has now been reduced by nearly a quarter to USD 150,000.
Furthermore, St Lucia has announced that it is now offering a new option for investors in the form of a government bond. The minimum investment amount here is USD 250,000 and like its Caribbean siblings, the programme now allows the main applicant to include siblings in their application, albeit only up to the age of 18.