CSL Newsletters Archive:

  • Covid Relief Special Offer -50% on CSL Legal Fees // Saint Lucia’s New Special Offer: COVID-19 Relief Bond  // The Best Time to Apply for Your 2nd Passport is NOW! (June 2020)
  • SAINT LUCIA: Will Now Accept New Qualifying Dependents // ANTIGUA & BARBUDA: Reminder For Antigua Passport Holders – Recall of Antigua & Barbuda Machine Readable Passports // Antigua & Barbuda Boasts 165 Visa-Free Countries // CSL Office in Dubai Relocated to Churchill Towers (December 2019)
  • ST KITTS & NEVIS: National Bank Imposes Due Diligence Fees on all CBI Transfers // GRENADA: Real Estate Investment Minimum Reduced // Eligibility Requirements for Dependent Family Members Revised // Grenada No Longer Issues PR cards to CBI Clients // Real Estate Can Now be Resold under CBI (May 2019)
  • ANTIGUA & BARBUDA: National Development Fund – Extension // New Investment Option Established – UWI Education Fund // GRENADA: Eligibility Requirements for Dependent Family Members Revised // Real Estate Can Now be Resold under CBI (October 2018)
  • St Kitts Hurricane Relief Fund Submission Cut Off Date//Latest Citizenship by Investment Changes Overview/CSL Team in China is Welcoming Emma Wu//Meet CSL Team Members in Dubai in October and November 2018 (Read the full article: August 2018)
  • “Antigua and Barbuda Announces Temporary 50% Discount on Citizenship by Real Estate Investment//Antigua & Barbuda Lowers Age Requirements for Dependent Parents from 65 to 58” (Read the full article: May 2018)

  • “St Kitts & Nevis introduces sucessor to HRF – Sustainable Growth Fund with a brand new structure of fees//Real Estate Investment minimum in Saint Kitts & Nevis is reduced by 50%” (Read the full article: April 2018)

  • “Urgent Update: St Kitts & Nevis ExtendsHurricane Relief Fund Submission Deadline until end of April. Conditions Apply” (18 March 2018)
  • Urgent Update: Grenada Cuts Investment Minimum for Single Applicants//Antigua Announces Change of Age Requirements” (December 2017)
  • Urgent Update: Antigua & Barbuda CIP Reduces Cost by 50%//Dominica CIP Raises Age Limit for Children and Lowers Fees” (October 2017)
  • “Urgent Update: St. Kitts and Nevis Decreases Investment Minimum by up to 50% and Introduces the New Hurricane Relief Fund” (26 September 2017)
  • Urgent Update: Grenada Announces Amendments to Government Fees//Dominica Issues a Limited Time Special Offer//Which is the Best Caribbean Passport to Get?//Second Passport Scams and How to Avoid Them” (September 2017)
  • “Taiwan Signs Visa-Waiver for Nationals of St. Kitts & Nevis//How Successful is Citizenship by Investment Program of Antigua & Barbuda?//Caribbean Citizenship as an Alternative to EB-5 Program for Chinese Investors//St. Kitts & Nevis Suspends North Koreans from its CBI Program” (August 2017)
  • “Canada Imposes Visa Requirement on Antigua and Barbuda//2017 CBI Program Amendments – Dependent Family Members//Second Citizenship Now More Affordable For Larger Families//CSL expanding its local presence in Dubai, UAE” (July 2017)
  • “Saint Lucia Delays Processing of Citizenship Applications from Iran and Syria//Saint Kitts & Nevis 60 Day Accelerated Citizenship Application Process//Investor Alert: The Best Time to Invest is Now” (June 2017)
  • “Further improvements to St. Kitts & Nevis CBI Program//Amendments to Saint Lucia’s CBI Regulations” (January 2017)
  • “The Caribbean is ready for flights from the U.A.E//Antigua & Barbuda amends its CBI policy to allow Iranians//Video: The Hamilton Beach Villas & SPA” (December 2016)
  • “The St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit introduces Fast Track Processing//Saint Lucia to relaunch its Citizenship-by-Investment Program” (October 2016)
  • “Caribbean citizenship as an alternative to U.S. EB-5 immigrant investor program//Grenada receives award as best international citizenship program” (September 2016)
  • “How will Caribbean CBI Programs be affected by the UK leaving the European Union?//Dominica’s CIP Investment Minimum Will Not Be Increased//CSL Attends Investment Migration Forum 2016 in Geneva//CSL expanding its local presence in China” (August 2016)
  • “Meet CSL Team in Geneva in June 2016//Great Reception by Agents for CSL Team in GuangZhou//Antigua & Barbuda New NDF Investment Offer//Second Passport in the Modern World – Luxury or Necessity?” (May 2016)
  • “Meet CSL Team in Guangzhou on April 28-29, 2016/Antigua & Barbuda Resumes Acceptance of Citizenship Applications From Nationals of Iraq/Benefits of Grenada Citizenship – Opportunity to Get E-2 Visa for the USA/The Role of Citizenship-By-Investment in Caribbean Tourism Development” (April 2016)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis Resumes the Acceptance of Citizenship Applications From Syrian Nationals/St. Kitts and Antigua expand their freedom-of-travel list to Eastern Europe/Beyond Citizenship – CSL Residency Lab/Top 10 Most Powerful Caribbean Passports/Expat Alert: Caribbean Citizenship, the “trendy” alternative to costly and lengthy EU Citizenship” (March 2016)
  • “Antigua & Barbuda NDF Limited Time Offer Ends in 74 days/Antigua & Barbuda Abolishes Personal Income Tax/CSL Team is hosting several seminars and workshops in Dubai between 7-14 March 2016” (February 2016)
  • “Saint Kitts & Nevis CBI Revenue Expected To Surpass Estimate By Over 40%/Saint Kitts & Nevis Working To Increase Visa-Free Access To More Countries/Canadian Prime Minister Vacations in St. Kitts & Nevis/Caribbean Economy and Investment Growth in 2015/Antigua & Barbuda Important CIP Updates/Antigua CIP is now accepting Iranian Applicants/Saint Lucia Launches Citizenship By Investment Program” (January 2016)
  • “CSL introduces the Citizenship-by-Investment Program of Dominica/St. Kitts & Nevis suspends Syria citizens from participation in Citizenship Program” (December 2015)
  • “Launch of CSL Certified Partner Program. We invite you to become a CSL Certified Partner” (October 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – St. Kitts & Nevis celebrates Independence/Real Estate Stamp tax reverted/Antigua & Barbuda – New airport terminal strengthens Antigua as a premier tourist destination” (September 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – On the right track/Introducing Dominica’s refreshed Citizenship-by-Investment Program” (July 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – Government objectives/Government update/Antigua & Barbuda – Limited offer extended!” (May 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – Brazil now visa-free/Government update/Antigua & Barbuda – Limited offer ends this month!” (April 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – Election/Pelican Bay – New Property/Antigua & Barbuda – Last Chance” (March 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – Passport re-issuance extension/Antigua & Barbuda, and St. Kitts & Nevis Citizenship-by-Investment policy reminders” (February 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – Passport re-issuance reminder/Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship-by-Investment Policy Update #2” (January 2015)
  • “St. Kitts & Nevis – Passport re-issuing/Visa free travel – Canada” (December 2014)
  • “Antigua & Barbuda fast track to citizenship – Policy updates” (November 2014)
  • “CSL website update and Citizenship-without-Investment” (October 2014)

News feature articles:

  • “5 Reasons Every Business Owner and Traveler Should Have a Second Passport”
    “Before World War I, people from anywhere on earth could go to places they wished to set foot on without needing to present a proof of identification. However…”
    TheHuffingtonPost, 2016 (News)
  • “St. Kitts keeps its soul, retirees keep their wealth”
    “…for retirees looking to slow things down, St. Kitts in particular is an idyllic escape that is equal parts out-of-the-ordinary and a flashback to a simpler Caribbean time when food and entertainment dominated the culture…”
    The Globe and Mail, 2016 (News)
  • “The role of Citizenship by Investment in tourism development”
    “Why is the CBI resort investment model so vital for tourism development in the Caribbean? Implemented correctly, the CBI resort investment model can create a successful ongoing hotel operation of quality, which provides direct employment and boosts overall tourism revenue for the island.”
     Caribbean360, 2016 (News)
  • “Top 10 emerging luxury destinations of 2016”
    “The Robb Report has named St. Kitts among the Top 10 Emerging Luxury Destinations for 2016. Ranked at #9, it is the only Caribbean island on the list.”
     Robb Report, 2016 (News)
  • “The Caribbean’s best-kept secret…”
    “Why supermodels, soulful jazz and sublime beaches set St Kitts apart.”
     The Telegraph, 2015 (News)

  • “Visa-free travel to 125 countries…”
    “St Kitts citizenship comes with visa-free travel to 125 countries, including Europe’s Schengen zone, Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore, and a passport can be issued in four months.”
    The National UAE, 2013 (News)
  • “… extremely popular…”
    “… economic citizenship programs offered by states like St. Kitts and Nevis, which apply no physical residency requirements, have become “extremely popular…”
    The New York Times, 2012 (News)
  • “Foreign investment is flowing into the Caribbean islands of St. Kitts and Nevis.”
    “What makes this such an exciting destination? The lush twin islands may be small, but they make up for it with an outsize personality. From some of the best food in the Caribbean to its unspoilt beaches and a fascinating immigrant investment program, the country is stealing the spotlight in the region.”
    Global Citizen, 2012 (News)
  • “Everything you’d want in island life”
    “The former British colony of St. Kitts and its sister island Nevis, offer everything you’d want in island life—molten sunset views from unspoilt beaches, warm friendly people, rolling hills of sugar cane, lush rainforests, and an annual music festival that attracts the world’s top performers. A former part of the French and British colonized West Indies, the islands are steeped in history and culture.”
    Global Citizen, 2012 (News)
  • “…demand … is only going to increase…”
    “Real Estate prices in St. Kitts compare very favourably with other locations in the Caribbean. With several major developments set to reach completion over the coming years, the island’s profile and demand for holiday lets is only going to increase.”
    — The Daily Telegraph, 2011 (News)