St Kitts and Nevis Launches New Interactive CIU Website
February 5, 2017 - News St Kitts and Nevis
In the latest in a series of initiatives aimed at delivering a Platinum Standard of citizenship by investment, the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) has launched a new interactive website showcasing a number of special features that simplify the user experience and provide accurate information on citizenship by investment to potential clients and service providers.
The new web portal advances the process of query management through the establishment of a FAQ page which assists clients, agents, and service providers with their most pressing questions. Another key feature is the ‘citizenship calculator,’ which enables applicants to evaluate the cost of their application as well as the most suitable investment option based on key criteria such as number of dependent parents and children.
Speaking at the launch event Les Khan, CEO of the CIU said: “The FAQs are made up of not only what is in the existing website but basically based on all the questions that have been asked of us over a period of time. So we tried to give the potential clients as much information.
The launch event was attended by the Prime Minister for St Kitts and Nevis, Dr the Honourable Timothy Harris who commended the hard work and dedication of Mr Khan and the Unit in realizing this development, underlining that the new system allows users to access information “quickly, easily and in a way that is most interactive and facilitating” – a quality that is reflected in the entire upgrade process that has characterized the St Kitts and Nevis Program.
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