St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Attorney General Vincent Byron says a probe into alleged irregularities affecting the St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship By Investment Program is ongoing but has already yielded results.
In February a Gulf News report in Dubai had indicated that the fate of hundreds of residents in the Middle East seeking passports of Caribbean nations including St Kitts and Nevis hangs in the balance, amid allegations of fraud in the economic citizenship schemes run by these countries.
The report referred to some immigration firms circumventing legal requirements or forged government documents to process citizenship applications.
At a press conference Wednesday, Attorney General Byron said the government in Basseterre had moved to deal with the problem also said to be affecting Basseterre’s CBI.[Read More]