The holders of a St. Kitts and Nevis passports enjoy elevated travel mobility throughout the globe, as the illustrious passport offers visa-free access to more than 128 countries (156 destinations) worldwide. This enhanced global mobility opens exclusive doors for the holders of the passport and allows them to move freely and without hassle for leisure, business, or otherwise throughout the world.
- 1 Visa free countries for St. Kitts and Nevis passport holders
- 2 World map with highlighted countries
- 3 Entry regulations to Europe
- 4 Rules for obtaining a U.S. visa
- 5 Rules for obtaining a visa for Canada
- 6 Rules for obtaining a visa for China
- 7 Rules for Entering Russia visa-free
- 8 Rules for Entering The United Kingdom visa-free
- 9 St. Kitts and Nevis is there for you
- 10 St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship only a step away
Visa free countries for St. Kitts and Nevis passport holders
The St. Kitts and Nevis passport allows you to enter 128 countries without the need for a visa, no need to book appointments at embassies, no hassle preparing for a trip, and no headaches understanding complicated visa requirements. You can just pack and go. Some of these countries are the UK, all of the EU nations, Singapore, Russia, Hong Kong, and much more. You can check the list of St. Kitts and Nevis visa-free countries in the table below, or for those of you who are more visual you can check the map below the table.
|Visa-free countries list|
|Albania [90 days]||Gibraltar [90 days]||Portugal [90 days]|
|Andorra [90 days]||Greenland [90 days]||Reunion [90 days]|
|Anguilla [90 days]||Greece [90 days]||Romania [90 days]|
|Antigua & Barbuda Argentina [90 days]||Grenada||Russia [90 days]|
|Aruba [30 days]||Guadeloupe [90 days]||Saba [30 days]|
|Austria [90 days]||Ireland [90 days]||Samoa|
|The Bahamas [90 days]||Jamaica||St. Lucia|
|Barbados||Indonesia [90 days within 180 days]||San Marino [90 days within 180 days]|
|Belgium [90 days]||Israel [90 days]||Senegal [90 days]|
|Belize||Italy [90 days]||Serbia [90 days]|
|Bermuda||Kenya [90 days]||Seychelles [90 days]|
|Bolivia [90 days]||Kiribati [90 days]||Sierra Leone [90 days]|
|Bonaire [90 days within 180 days]||Kosovo [90 days within 180 days]||Singapore [30 days]|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina [90 days within 180 days]||Latvia [90 days within 180 days]||Slovak Republic [90 Slovenia [90 days] days]|
|British Virgin||Lesotho [90 days]||Somalia [30 days]|
|Cayman Islands||Liechtenstein [90 days within 180 days]||Solomon Islands [90 days]|
|Botswana [90 days]||Lithuania [90 days]||South Korea [90 days]|
|Brazil [90 days]||Luxemburg [90 days]||Spain [90 days]|
|Islands||Macedonia [90 days]||St. Bart’s [90 days]|
|Bulgaria [90 days within 180 days]||Malawi [90 days]||St. Eustatius [30 days]|
|Chile [90 days]||Malaysia [30 days]||St. Helena [90 days]|
|Comoros [45 days]||Maldives [30 days]||St. Maarten [30 days]|
|Colombia [180 days]||Malta [90 days]||St. Martin [90 days]|
|Costa Rica [30 days]||Marshall Islands [90 days]||St. Pierre and Miquelon [90 days]|
|Croatia [90 days]||Martinique [90 days]||St. Vincent & Grenadines|
|Cuba [30 days]||Mauritius||Suriname|
|Curacao [30 days]||Micronesia [30 days]||Sweden [90 days]|
|Cyprus [90 days]||Moldova [90 days]||Switzerland [90 days]|
|Czech Republic [90 days]||Monaco [90days]||Tanzania|
|Denmark [90 days]||Montenegro [90 days within 180 days]||Togo [90 days within 180 days]|
|Dominica||Montserrat||Trinidad & Tobago Tunisia [90 days]|
|Ecuador [90 days]||Mozambique [30 days]||Turkey [90 days]|
|El Salvador [90 days]||The Netherlands [90 days]||Ukraine [90 days within 180 days]|
|Estonia [90 days]||New Caledonia [90 days]||United Kingdom [6months]|
|Faroe Islands [90 days]||Nicaragua [90 days]||Uruguay|
|Fiji [120 days]||Niue [30 days]||Uzbekistan [30 days]|
|Finland [90 days]||Norway [90 days]||Vanuatu [30 days]|
|France [90 days]||Palau [30 days]||Vatican City [90 days]|
|French Guiana [90 days]||Panama [90 days within 180 days]||Venezuela [90 days]|
|French Polynesia [90 days]||Peru [183 days]||Wallis and Futuna [90 days]|
|French Southern and Antarctic Lands [90 days]||Philippines [30 days]||Zambia [90 days]|
|Gambia [90 days]||Pitcairn Island [14 days]||Zimbabwe|
|Germany [90 days within 180 days]||Poland [90 days]|
Any countries not mentioning a length of stay are left vacant for one of two reasons, either:
- They require an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) and give validity depending on that.
- They are part of the The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) which allows citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis not only to enter visa-free, but to reside and work indefinitely.
World map with highlighted countries
Here is that map we promised you detailing all the St. Kitts and Nevis passport visa-free countries!
Entry regulations to Europe
The EU nations are some of the most fascinating countries you can visit with a St. Kitts passport. Whether it be for leisure or business; visa free travel for st kitts and nevis citizens to the EU is bound to make your life much easier, and dare we say enjoyable.
The holders of a St. Kitts and Nevis passport can enter Europe with no visa but will need to register with the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) prior to their travels to any Schengen Zone country, this process comes into action at the beginning of 2022. This is set to be standard practice for any nationality which enjoys visa-free access to the Schengen Zone such as Americans, Canadians, and others.
ETIAS is not a visa but a security check and security tracking procedure that is done via an online application, and is valid for 3 years or the validity of your passport, whichever is sooner. The process itself is simple, just fill in an 10-minute online application and pay a fee of 7 Euros per person aged between 18 and 70, and you get your ETIAS clearance within minutes. You can travel to the Schengen Zone without re-applying as long as it is valid. Easy, simple, and straightforward.
This system is to heighten safety within the Schengen Zone, so this should give everyone involved peace of mind in knowing that the EU is looking out for its residents and visitors alike.
Rules for obtaining a U.S. visa
While it is a misconception that a St. Kitts passport allows you visa free entry to the US, getting a visa is quite simple and straightforward; and even more interesting is that nationals of St. Kitts and Nevis can get a 10-year multiple entry B1 or B2 visa to the USA. This can be done by applying through the US embassy in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Rules for obtaining a visa for Canada
Much like its southern neighbor, the North American nation of Canada requires citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis to obtain a visa before entering Canada. Also like the USA, it opens the door for St. Kittians to get a 10-year visa. And, continuing to mirror the USA, Canada has designated its embassy in Brigdetown Barbados to handle visa applications for holders of the St. Kitts and Nevis passport.
Rules for obtaining a visa for China
St. Kitts and Nevis passport holders contain a large quantity of investors and entrepreneurs thanks to the St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment program, and China has emerged as one of the world’s leading economic powers. So it makes sense to ponder the process in which holders of the St. Kitts passport can obtain a visa to China, and it turns out it’s quite simple.
China allows holders of the St. Kitts and Nevis passport to get a 30 day visa by applying through the embassy geographically nearest to their place of residence, quite considerate to be honest, and the closest one to the Caribbean nation is in, well you guessed it, Bridgetown Barbados.
Rules for Entering Russia visa-free
Another entry on the long list of the Saint Kitts and Nevis passport visa free countries, Russia proves a great bonus. Entry into Russia is quite straightforward , basically holders of the St. Kitts and Nevis passport just enter Russia. It is that simple. They can stay in Russia for a maximum of 90 days in any 180 day period. There is no ETA requirement nor online registration beforehand, just pack your bags and go!
Rules for Entering The United Kingdom visa-free
The UK, what many consider the gem in the crown of the visa free travel countries for the St. Kitts and Nevis Passport.
It is rational that St. Kitts and Nevis, being a Commonwealth country, will have a special bond with the UK; and it shows as the holders of the St. Kitts and Nevis passport can travel visa-free to the UK and stay for a whopping 6 months at a time. This privilege is rarely given to other nationalities and it is part of what makes the St. Kitts passport so unique.
All you need to do when traveling to the UK is prove a few matters at the point of entry, such as proving:
- You are visiting for tourism
- You are able to support yourself and your dependents during your trip (or have funding from someone else to support you)
- You have arranged accommodation for your stay
- You (or a sponsor) are able to pay for your return or onward journey
- You will leave the UK at the end of your visit
And that is it, welcome to the UK!
However, keep in mind that there are a few things you cannot do while in the UK, such as:
- Engage in paid or unpaid work for a UK company or as a self-employed person
- Claim public funds
- Live in the UK for long periods of time through frequent or successive visits without issuing a residency
- Marry or register a civil partnership, or give notice of marriage or civil partnership. You’ll need a Marriage Visitor visa to do that
Easy and simple, just a taste of what a St. Kitts and Nevis passport can do.
St. Kitts and Nevis is there for you
Holders of the St. Kitts and Nevis passport are able to benefit from the Caribbean nation’s network of missions abroad
including embassies and missions in vital areas of the globe, these points of support can help you as a holder of the St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship and are there to aid you throughout. You can find the list of missions below:
- Canada -Ottawa (High Commission)
- Cuba -Havana (Embassy)
- Jamaica -Kingston (High Commission)
- United States -Washington, D.C. (Embassy)
- Los Angeles (Consulate-General)
- New York (Consulate-General)
- Republic of China (Taiwan)- Taipei (Embassy)
- United Arab Emirates -Dubai (Consulate-General)
- Belgium -Brussels (Embassy)
- United Kingdom -London (High Commission)
- European Union – Brussels (Mission)
- United Nations – New York (Permanent Mission)
St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship only a step away
You can unlock a world of opportunity of unhindered global mobility, as you can break constraints and travel free countries with St. Kitts passport. This is much more than just a travel document though; as it is a key for complete freedom, be it physically or financially. If you would like to know more about getting a St. Kitts and Nevis second passport through investment for yourself and your family members contact us and a St. Kitts and Nevis expert can walk you through the process through an individual consultation session.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can you travel with a St Kitts passport?
The St. Kitts passport provides visa-free entry to 128 countries worldwide (156 destinations), among which are the UK, EU, Russia, Singapore, and much more. This just highlights that St Kitts visa free travel knows no boundaries. You can check the travel list 2021 above.
St Kitts passport has access to which countries?
The St. Kitts and Nevis passport has visa-free access to 128 countries around the globe. These include destinations such as the UK, EU, Russia, Singapore, and much more. You can check the travel list 2021 above for more information.