Saint Lucia Citizenship By Investment

Saint Lucia is an island nestled in the Caribbean Sea. With breathtaking views of the western mountains, St. Lucia is filled with unparalleled landmarks imbued with the natural beauty of the Carribean. The Saint Lucia citizenship by investment program was established in 2015, becoming the fifth country in the region to launch such investment program and allow all nationalities to obtain second citizenship in 4 to 6 months. The program also permits Iranian nationals to apply.
St Lucia Citizenship-by-investment is obtained through donation to the National Economic Fund or through investment in a government-approved real estate.


The applicant makes a one-time non-refundable monetary donation to NEF. The contribution will depend on the size of family as follows:

Family Structure (NEF) Contribution Amount Processing Fees Due Diligence (DD) and Applicant Fees 
$100,000  $2,000 Due Diligence: $7,500
Application & Registration Fees: $750
Family Structure couples $165,000 Main Applicant: $2,000
Spouse: $1,000
Due Diligence Main applicant: $7,500
Due Diligence spouse: $5,000
Application & Registration Fees: $750 / applicant
Family Structure $190,000*

additional dependent
Main Applicant: $2,000
Spouse: $1,000
Each Dependent: $1,000
Due Diligence Main Applicant: $7,500
Due Diligence for Spouse: $5,000
Due Diligence for dependents above 18 years: $5,000
Application Fees: $750/ applicant

Benefits of Saint Lucia Citizenship

  • Saint Lucia Citizenship can be obtained in 4 months.
  • Citizenship in a British commonwealth country.
  • Dual citizenship is permitted; there is no need to denounce current citizenship to obtain Saint Lucia Citizenship.
  • Obtain visa-free travel to over 120 countries, including Schengen countries and the U.K.
  • No physical residence requirements during or after the application process.
  • No education requirements, interviews or tests.
  • No tax on worldwide income.
  • Applicant and family enjoy second citizenship for life, which can be passed on to future generations by descent.