A part of the Windward Islands and situated close to the islands of Martinique and St. Vincent in the Atlantic Ocean, is this Caribbean country of Saint Lucia, which is named after the Roman Catholic saint, St. Lucy. This island is famous for its 2 volcanic mountain caps – “The Pitons” based in, what is now, a World Heritage Site. Also, it boasts the world’s only drive-in volcano. The weather is typical for a Caribbean island. The tropical climate is moderated by northeast trade winds that allow for pleasant year-round conditions. The islands main export is bananas, but they also export beer and petroleum oils. However, tourism is very important to the St. Lucian economy with many visitors arriving on the island from cruise ships.
The country is a member of the British Commonwealth and of the United Nations and the legal system in St. Lucia is well respected and is based on English law. Its currency is pegged to the US dollar. The official language is English, however, 95% of the population speaks a French dialect – Saint Lucian Creole French. St Lucia is a member of the WTO, African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, Association of Caribbean States, Caribbean Community, Non-Aligned Movement, Organization Internationale de la Francophonie, Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States and the Organization of American States. The island also hosts the headquarters of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States.
A Few Facts about the Country
Why St. Lucia – Benefits of Citizenship
Citizenship by Investment in St. Lucia is provided through
The National Economic Fund (Non-Refundable Contribution):
A Non-Refundable Contribution as Follows is required:
In addition to the Donation Amount, the following fees are applicable:
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Passport and Citizenship Certificate Fee:
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