St Kitts and Nevis: Michael Martin, the head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit has played a huge role in making the CBI Programme as an ideal choice for investors. He has introduced several changes in the CBI programme for the betterment of the investors and the country.
It is to be noted that, CIU head Michael Martin has worked tirelessly in order to enhance the growth of the CBI programme. The CBI Programme of St Kitts and Nevis was established in 1984 and was the first in the investment migration industry.
The CBI Programme of St Kitts and Nevis has highly focused on fulfilling the demands of the investors under the leadership of Michael Martin.
The Programme has been recognized as the finest option which not only offers financial flexibility but also a great standard of living.
Michael Martin has always emphasized on the sustainable island state contribution as well as made this programme a better option for the investors beyond the borders of St Kitts and Nevis.
Head, Michael Martin has worked tirelessly to take this programme to the greater heights. He has been trying to retain the highest standards for their investors.
The head of the Citizenship by Investment Unit also said that these huge advancements are a way for the programme to remain aligned with the needs of the investor.
Michael Martin under his leadership has made ensure that the highest level of security is being provided to the investors.
He stated that such security measures are put in such a manner that the most deserving applicants get access to the country’s citizenship programme.
Sustainable island state of contribution has been introduced under the leadership of Michael Martin in order to enhance the overall programme.
Moreover, minimum investment amount has also been increased from US$ 150,000 to US$ 250,000.
This was introduced by CBI unit following comprehensive discussions with the head and aims to ensure the integrity of the first and the finest CBI Programme.
Such modifications and the efforts of Michael Martin has been appreciated by the world leaders and he continues to conduct regular meetings and sessions in which they discuss various ways to enhance and protect the overall programme.