Additional amendments and enhancements have been made to the St Lucia Citizenship-by-Investment Programme. The Government of St Lucia acted to enhance the attractiveness of the programme.
Specifically, they have altered the definition of dependants and subsequently expanded the scope of who will qualify on an application. Children who are 21 years of age and younger are automatically considered as your dependants.
You may include children aged between 21 and 30 years of age in your application as long as they are “fully supported by the applicant”. As such, they no longer need to be enrolled in a post-secondary school in order to qualify as a dependant.
Further, they have reduced the minimum age for dependant parents to qualify by 10 years. Now, you can add your parents or parents in law who are over 55 if you fully support them.
Lastly, you can include an unmarried sibling who is under 18. They must have received the consent of their parents or guardians.
These changes come on the heels of previous revisions that included the introduction of the Covid-19 Relief Bond option and the revised family pricing.
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