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Global citizenship through investment is a well-established and growing norm amongst the high net worth individuals who gain multiple benefits of global mobility, high investment returns, tax planning and return benefits and of course peace of mind for their families and future generations.
We know that becoming a global citizen is a decision that is more than an investment rationale, it comes from a multi-layered analysis and the advice of a trusted advisor and service provider.
As a leading service provide for the world’s oldest second passport program, at Naseba we are delighted to facilitate, guide and empower your decision to be part of our growing family of global citizens
Visa free access to more than 160 countries worldwide including most of the developed nations of the world.
Get an irrevocable second passport and citizenship which gives you and your family tremendous peace of mind especially in troubled times.
Do business in your host country and St. Kitts & Nevis and travel freely with visa free access to the world.
As a business man or entrepreneur a second passport allows you to more effectively manage your income and assets while optimizing your tax structure and there is no tax on your worldwide income.
Dependent children 30 years and under and parents and grandparents over the age of 55 are included.
Get access to one of the best healthcare systems in the world.
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Get your second passport and get a guaranteed buy-back of your investment after 5 years. As a government approved real estate project on the dual-island country of St. Kitts and Nevis, it is one of very few developments on the island that is 50% complete.
More than 200 passports have been issued through Tamarind Cove Marina Village. Naseba is the exclusive worldwide marketing and process agent for the Tamarind Cove Marina Village.
To be operated by a luxury beach club brand, the resort offers privileges at every turn with preferred access to the yacht club, members-only yacht and aviation services, and oceanfront gourmet dining and shopping.
The Residence at Tamarind Cove offers a luxurious lifestyle with the most exclusive residence in St. Kitts & Nevis. The 138-unit hotel and residence complex features a mix of one and two bedroom units with superb waterfront views from private verandas. The development is a Citizenship by Investment approved project by the federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.
A 138 unit residential and hotel complex
A yacht club
A Monte Carlo style private member's club
A boat chandlery
Retail shops - jewelry, wine and clothing
4 swimming pools
Water sports facilities
Charter boat services
Beach access on both sides of the Marina
Donation$150,000 (for a family of 4)
Asset ownership No
Time to citizenship 6 months
Projected exit value No
Asset ownership Yes
Time to citizenship 6 months
Projected exit value $400,000
Applying with Naseba was Great!!! I started gathering my documents and they walked me through each stage of the process providing me key updates along the way. I was able to receive my citizenship certificate and passport in 45 days and had no trouble entering the UK using my St. Kitts and Nevis passport.
I started my application process for second citizenship with another agent. The process was never clear to me and it was never guaranteed if they would be able to submit my application before the Hurricane Relief Investment Option deadline. Fabien and his team at naseba made it happen and I am now waiting me and my wife and children’s passports.
Mr. Faure is knowledgeable and experienced. He and his office helped us through all the procedure for my mother with great efficiency. They were always available to answer any questions and provide solutions for problems that arose during the process. We will highly recommend him to others.
I must thank you naseba and show my appreciation with how much you helped me and my family. I know other friends who invested in other countries before me, and they still do not have their passport. Fabien is great. Thank you
I was recommended by a cousin because he knows naseba and said good recommendation. He was right. I did nothing special, and Mr. Remy got all my papers and did my application. Very easy. Thank you.
I was suggested by my friend to get a passport from St Kitts & Nevis through naseba’s Shanghai office. They are very experienced with Chines investors and all necessary translations.
Scott Ragsdale is a business leader, deal maker, and endurance athlete. He is the Chairman of Naseba Group.
Prior to Naseba, Scott served in senior management positions in seven different international cities: Tokyo, Sydney, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Monaco, Barcelona, and London.
He attended high school at the prestigious Bolles School and has a BA in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley. While at the University of California, Scott was elected President of the Berkeley College Republicans. During his Presidency the club grew to the second largest College Republican club in America.
Scott has 20 years of international management experience, has grown, managed and trained teams from more than 50 nationalities and he has been involved facilitating more than $700 million in business deals.
Over five years, he lived and worked in Japan and passed the highest level in Japanese-Language Proficiency exam (1 kyu).
At the end of 2002, he co-founded Naseba with 60,000 euro investment and in less than four years took the company public on the Euronext with a value of $48 million, making him the first American to found and publicly list a company in France. At the peak of the economic crisis, he bought back and delisted the company from the exchange.
Ragsdale likes painful endurance challenges. He is a multiple Ironman finisher, has run more than 50 marathons, climbed several iconic mountains, swam the English Channel, completed Naseba7, seven Ironman triathlons in seven consecutive days across the seven Emirates of the UAE, also finished the Marathon des Sables – a seven day race across the Sahara desert in Morocco, considered to be the most difficult foot race in the world – these are just a few of the big challenges he has gone after and achieved. On top of physical endurance challenges, Ragsdale also likes to do strict water fasts every 3-4 months. Since 2013, He has completed numerous 20+ day water fasts, including a 40 day and 40 night water fast which he achieved in early 018.
He is currently training to solo row across the Atlantic Ocean in late 2019 and will row from the southern tip of Portugal to St Kitts and Nevis.
Scott has lived outside of America since 1995, living for significant periods of time in nine countries. He has traveled to more than 120 countries including numerous travels to contentious hot spots such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen. He speaks French and Japanese.
He currently lives with his family in Dubai.
He has over 20 years of experience working in the emerging markets. He started his career in London as a researcher for a multinational company and moved into sales where he became the top performer in Europe for the company.
In 2003, he joined Naseba upon its creation and within 4 years was promoted to General Manager of the Dubai office. He played a key role in expanding and opening the company’s operations in Riyadh (KSA).
He was promoted to Managing Director in charge of product development in October 2006. In this position, Fabien opened up Iraq, expanded Naseba’s reach in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and in July 2013, opened up the company’s Algeria office servicing North African markets (Algeria, Libya and Tunisia).
In 2012, he was given the responsibility of running the Investor introduction division at Naseba (formerly called Naru capital) and has since built a solid team of analysts, servicing over 1,000 clients worldwide per year.
In 2015, he successfully launched the Citizenship by investment division.
Fabien was born in Lyon in 1975, and holds a Master’s degree in Business and Economics. He lives with his wife and 2 sons in Dubai.
Jonathan Yohanan has more than 10 years of experience working in the real estate industry; focused on wealth creation for the Indian market and Non-Resident Indians in the GCC and Africa offering investment opportunities, managing debt and equity portfolios.
“Although Jonathan comes with great experience and proven success working in the capital markets; to be specific -- the main reason why I actively recruited Jonathan to Naseba is because of his honorable character.
A few months ago, I was introduced to Jonathan separately by two of my most successful friends in Dubai coincidentally, within the same week.
Each friend told me numerous stories about this man’s integrity. Jonathan has a proven track record of not just understanding what it means to be honorable and to have integrity but delivering on it too.”
“Sara Osman is one Naseba’s great young talents. I got introduced to Sara by an historic client who is a close friend to Sara’s Aunt, one of the most accomplished female lawyers in the region.
My client told me that I had to meet Sara because the young woman sold a friend of his several apartments and he was amazed how caring, and client oriented she proved to be even following up with his friend months after the sale to ensure everything was still going well with each of his apartments.
I have had the honor to work with many great, young talents over the years, but I must state that not many have proven to be as driven, focused and professional as Sara proves to be every day. Her dedication to each of her clients is inspiring to everyone in our Dubai office.”
Tamara O’Flaherty is the Program Manager for Naseba’s Citizenship by Investment division.
She brings more than 7 years of experience working for the government of St. Kitts & Nevis in their Citizenship by Investment unit.
Although Tamara is a St. Kitts native, she holds a Malta passport, and understands perfectly the value of both Malta and St. Kitts & Nevis citizenship.
To help strengthen the communication and relationship between Naseba and our clients, she travels often splitting her time between Dubai, Malta and St. Kitts & Nevis.
St Kitts is my home. I grew up here just like my father did and....
So, I have told you about my home St. Kitts, but honestly who would...
Tertiary education is progressively becoming more expensive and the prospects of ...
St Kitts is my home. I grew up here just like my father did and like him I think my island is a beautiful place. It is tiny but striking. The green lowlands are home to Basseterre, the capital and a string of tiny villages and the sea is never far away. I learnt to swim early but my father did not. His grandmother who raised him, was like many Kittitians, afraid that something would happen to him if he went to the bay-front. Like any boy, being told not to go somewhere was like an invitation to do just that. But he did not learn how to swim until he was an adult when he travelled abroad and met my mom. My mother swam very well. She is Maltese and her father insisted on it.
So, for us it was different. As kids me and my siblings were taken to the beach often – always with a warning not to play too rough, and to stay where our parents could see us. We went to both sides of the island. The Atlantic side was just down the road from our house when we were growing up. It was basically our back yard. It could be rough at times and we always had to be careful about the currents. They could gently carry us a good distance away without you even noticing.
Our favourite beach was Frigate Bay. It has grey sand but to us kids it was a good place to be on a Sunday afternoon. Dad would go in the water for a while then join his friends to discuss politics and cricket and Mom swam with us but sometimes she would stay home because she had books to mark. We swam, ran races, played cricket and chatted about our favourite cartoon shows on television.
I still go to the beach whenever I get a chance. The water is as clear as ever. There is chill to it in the morning, enough to wake you up but it quickly becomes warm. The sand is inviting – great for a lie down before the heat of the day sets in. There are more people there these days, but it is not a crowed as the European rivieras.
Frigate Bay has changed. The sea-grape bushes close to the water’s edge are gone. Looking over the cliffs to the Caribbean Sea are Horizon’s Villas and Fort Tyson Rise. There were condo developments offering investors the ability to qualify for a second passport. Most of their owners were US citizens who moved to St. Kitts in the early 1990s and made up the growing expat population. Silver Reef Condos, Marriott Residences and the Royal St. Kitts are newer developments who over time have increased the real estate value in Frigate Bay and made it a popular entertainment spot on the island.
Now some 25 years later there is the Frigate Bay Strip. It is a collection of beach bars and restaurants where you can buy refreshments and amazing food. You can rent jet skis and kayaks or even jump on a catamaran and go for a sail. We no longer carry coolers full of drinks when we go to the beach. You can just walk up to a bar and order a cold beer or soft drink. At night, especially on the weekends, the place comes alive to the sound of Reggae, Soca and Dancehall music and teems with a mix of locals, tourists and university students. Each beach bar has its own type of crowd. At happy hour on Fridays the university students take over Chinchillas, both locals and tourists gather around Vibes Beach Bar and on Sunday evenings you can sway away to live music playing at The Dock.
The Frigate bay area has benefited the most since the establishment of the St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment program 30 years ago. St. Kitts has had many years to improve and refine their product and has created a healthy climate for business growth and investment.
The beaches have always been a place where families and friends gather. Even with the many changes and the consistent development to the infrastructure around them, there are somethings that remain constant. The water is clear, the sky is blue, kids still learn to swim there, and families meet on Sundays after lunch. Tourists and visitors are always welcome, and we Kittitians always continue to enjoy the simple things that make living here great.
So, I have told you about my home St. Kitts, but honestly who would I be if I did not tell you about our sister island, a hidden gem, Nevis. Without a doubt Nevis promises to be a Caribbean experience different from any other, different from St. Kitts and they are just a 45-minute ferry ride apart. Most small Caribbean islands are described as getaways “off the beaten path,” but not Nevis. Nevis is something totally different, it’s magical and alluring.
Even though the islands are so close together, my first visit to Nevis was when I was about 9 years old and my aunt who lived in England came home for a vacation. She took us to Nevis to visit family. I was excited, and while I had travelled away from St. Kitts before the experience of hopping on ferry to visit and island I could almost reach out and touch felt surreal. I was quite disappointed however when we got there. It took less than 10 minutes to get to our cousin’s house and while it was comfortable and a beautiful lush emerald-green spot, I felt uncomfortable because of the quiet, the silence. Now at 9 years old St. Kitts was my world and I honestly felt it was more advanced, larger and more vibrant that sleepy little old Nevis. The vibe was completely lost on me and I was so happy to go back home that day.
Over the years I had to visit Nevis for school trips, and a here and there visits to see family. It only was when I started working as a young adult, that I truly understood what Nevis had to offer. Some friends convinced me to go with them for a weekend stay-cation involving a beach day, messages and great food. I was very skeptical, I felt like we could do that in St. Kitts, that it would be a waste to spend a weekend in Nevis just to do the same things I could do at home.
We took a day trip over on a catamaran, enjoyed some snorkeling out in the deep blue waters and had lunch on the golden sands of sunshine beach in Nevis. We checked in at Oualie Beach Resort nestled in New Castle. The rooms were literally 10 steps from the water’s edge and they were comfortable and practical. Even though we spent most of the day on the cat in the sun, we wasted no time heading out for dinner at the islands popular beach spot, Sunshine Beach Bar. The food was so flavourful and amazing, fresh lobster, barbeque ribs and I had the tastiest and flakiest grilled mahi mahi . The drinks were also incredible and I still hadn’t noticed yet but the atmosphere and energy that Nevis was giving off was intoxicating. We ended the night drinking Sunshine Beach Bar’s famous signature drink “the Killer Bee,” and it was safe to say no one had trouble sleeping that night.
Surprisingly, the next morning we woke with the rising sun. I felt refreshed and relaxed and reenergized all in one. We had breakfast from the resort’s restaurant out on the beach chairs listening to the waves gently sweep the shore. It was unbelievable how slow time moved lounging on the beach that morning and even though we headed out for an island drive around 10:30 a.m. we kept thinking it was mid-afternoon.
The island tour was over quicker than expected and not because we skipped over some places. Nevis is never crowded. Tourist visit the island constantly and yet the island’s must-see spots are never over-populated. Our massage was again on Oualie beach and to this day I compare that relaxing moment to every other I have experienced. The ocean air, the ambiance made everything come together so smoothly. I don’t think I could have asked for a more tranquil setting.
Our last day on Nevis was spent again lounging on the beach. This time we visited Chrishi Beach Club at Cades Bay. The beach was empty and felt secluded and private. It was at this point, when my “stay-cation” was almost over that I realized I had fallen in love with my sister island. Every little stress I had in the world vanished, the regular things that popped into my head like my to do lists, work and everyday life felt like distant memories, and seemed unimportant. My friends and I were a chatty group, but that day on Cades Bay, we sat comfortably surrounded by sand and sea and spoke about nothing. Our minds were open and our spirits lifted. Nevis did that and continues to draw in the weary visitor whose only desire it to enjoy and reset.
I can only look back at my 9-year-old self and laugh that this beautiful serene island was lost on me. Over the years it would appear that Nevis has changed ever so slightly, but in fact it hasn’t. Nevis has had major changes new hotels and villas spot dotted around the islands coast line, but it is the magic that Nevis possess that makes it feel unaltered. Four Season’s Resort Nevis, the islands largest and most exclusive hotel was established in the 1990s. Since then Four Season’s Estates a luxury villa development and over 30 more real estate developments offer second citizenship to many qualified applicants over the years. Nevis has become one of the Caribbean’s favourite hideaways for celebrities, Royalty and A-list politicians like Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. Many of them own or lease luxury properties in Nevis. The island welcomes visitors and expats who are more interested in lifestyle changes rather than another beach front property.
Citizenship by Investment approved developments have stimulated construction jobs across the island of Nevis and has also increased the amount of jobs available in the hospitality sector. The island is ripe for land, property, hotel and villa developments and the island is able to expand beyond simple real estate investment.
Nevis is remarkably venturing into the geothermal energy sector. The island seeks to tap into a geothermal source dubbed “The garden” to provide a sustainable, natural energy for Nevis and its neighboring islands.
Investing in Nevis does not only provide you a passport and property ownership, St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment program fosters long term relationships with the country and its people. Nevis welcomes new citizens, and promotes strongly that they not only add to the islands economic growth but increases value to the social well-being of the island on a whole. Nevis welcomes, the talent vision and resources of its economic citizens and invites them to openly reside on its shores.
Tertiary education is progressively becoming more expensive and the prospects of obtaining a medical degree from universities in Europe, Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom can become an intimidating endeavour to undertake. Most persons who dream of becoming medical doctors more commonly opt to study with medical programs outside their country of residence adding to the already mounting costs of gaining their medical degree.
Over the years Medical Universities in the Caribbean have grown in popularity and are fast becoming the best places to study Medicine. They provide potential candidates a greater chance of acceptance because of eased eligibility criteria as well as affordable tuition rates. Students receive instruction in a more relaxed tropical environment surrounded by sunshine, beautiful rainforests and beaches opposed to the traditional and conventional medical university. The most noteworthy attraction for most candidates studying in St. Kitts and Nevis is the ability to complete their clinical rotations in the United States where most of the international accredited Universities are permanently established.
The twin federation of St. Kitts and Nevis is home to approximately 5 regionally and internationally accredited nursing and medical institution. As a popular alternative these institutions have generated rising interest with entrants originating from India, Pakistan and Nigeria. The courses are all offered in English and provide students with a wealth of international exposure as many of their instructions are given at the local Joseph N France General Hospital in St. Kitts and the Alexandra Hospital in Nevis. Both medical institutions accommodate visiting doctors and nurses from all over the world.
For many years St. Kitts and Nevis has offered top-class nursing education to individuals from all over the Caribbean and even North America. The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College, the federations Junior College offers award winning Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees as well as a Midwifery and a Nursing Assistants Certificate programs. It is a commonly known fact that graduates have found themselves working in hospitals in the United Kingdom, Dubai, UAE and ROC Taiwan just to name a few making the program a popular alternative than other courses offered in the region.
Living in St. Kitts and Nevis is not as intimidating as it would seem. Both islands provide beautiful, elegant condominium style accommodations to medical students. The country’s Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program established for over 30 years has provided luxurious living quarters through their real estate options with some universities like the Windsor University School of Medicine providing students living quarters at a 4-star luxury hotel resort. This allows students the ability to balance their studies with personal interests and light recreational activities all while residing in safe and secure environment at the resort. The families of some medical students have even taken advantage of the real estate option offered by the CBI program allowing them to buy a property and obtain citizenship creating the greater opportunity for their children to live and study in St. Kitts and not worry about residential costs.
So, if your son or daughter wants to start a career in Medicine and dreams of being a medical doctor or a trained nurse someday studying in St. Kitts and Nevis can easily make that dream a reality.
They can achieve a degree in an island paradise that will not only make them feel as though you are on vacation but can also provide them a sense of belonging. Consider not only investing in their education but in your family’s overall security and future with a real estate investment in the St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment program.
You’ve seen the ads and you’ve been toying with the thought of getting a second passport but you’re uncertain how to go about applying. You keep putting it off because you think the process is difficult and can take years to complete. If we told you that you can gain citizenship in as little as three months by simply investing into a small Caribbean island would that change your mind.
St. Kitts and Nevis has been making second citizenship possible since 1983. Interested persons can invest via purchase into a qualified real estate development property or make a monetary contribution into a national fund. This twin island federation is known as the pioneer of citizenship through investment and has highly-respected, affordable and efficient second passport program.
Here is a quick guide to investing in St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship. Contact us at Naseba for efficient and expert advice about more information on applying for St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment.Applicant Criteria for the St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program
St. Kitts and Nevis does not require applicants to be permanent residents like other investor programs and qualified applicants receive visa-free access to over 160 countries world-wide including the United Kingdom and other countries in Europe. After receiving citizenship, it cannot be taken away for any reason.
Naseba will provide you professional guidance through every step of the process. After we help with your document gathering, we provide you with timely updates and ensure you never feel overwhelmed.Selecting an Investment Option
You cannot be considered for citizenship unless you make a monetary investment into St. Kitts and Nevis. It sounds daunting and expensive, but it is actually not as difficult as you may think to prove to officials that you can complete an investment. This investment program currently offers two investment options.
The Sustainable Growth Fund Contribution – To qualify an applicant contributes after receiving pre-approval the sum of US$150,000.00 towards a government operated nation fund. Your investment is used towards the improvement of the island’s education, health and intratarsal needs.
Approved Real Estate Property Purchase – St. Kitts and Nevis has the oldest established property investment program. Applicants purchase property or shares in a pre-approved real estate project. Pre-approved include international branded hotels, condominiums and million-dollar villas and world class marina developments. Each applicant investment must be at least US$400,000.00.
Naseba has helped many investors receive their second passports through ownership of a condo and marina dock slip at Tamarind Cove Hotel and Marina Development. The development offers premium privileges with preferred access to the yacht club and gourmet dining and shopping.Documentation and the process
We have discussed eligibility and your options for investment, but the most important aspect of this entire process is the documentation you provide and your responses in the application forms. Meticulous documents and true and concise answers always makes for a successful application.
The St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit painstakingly and accurately authenticates, verifies and vets all the information provided through your documentation and due diligence investigation. Citizens by Investment gain passports that provide them greater travel freedom with no requirement to renounce their current nationality. St. Kitts and Nevis does not tax on foreign income or capital gains. If you would like to learn more, contact Naseba for a professional guidance to investing in this program.