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St. Kitts and Nevis Passport Renewal

How can MigrateWorld help you renew your St. Kitts and Nevis passport?

Clients have the option to renew their passports through Migrate World or directly through the embassy/consulate. When a client chooses to renew their passport through Migrate World, they can reach out to us to receive all the necessary documents. Our dedicated team will guide and assist them in completing the required documentation, including signing the forms required, which will be sent and prepared by Migrate World. Following this, we will promptly submit the application to the Saint Kitts and Nevis Government. Once the new passport is ready, we will promptly notify the client.

Required Documents for St kitts and Nevis Passport Renewal (through MW)

  1. Power of Attorney, draft will be sent by Migrate World
  2. Passport Application for the Passport Form, draft will be sent by Migrate World
  3. Saint Kitts and Nevis Passport Copy
  4. Saint Kitts and Nevis COR
  5.  Four (4) Photos
  6. Original Passport
  7. Birth Certificate

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St kitts and Nevis Passport Renewal Processing Time (through MW)

The St. Kitts and Nevis Passport Renewal Processing Time is typically 3-4 weeks.

Authorities responsible for passport issuance and renewal

Passport issuance and renewal in St. Kitts and Nevis are typically handled by the Passport Office, which is a division of the Ministry of National Security.

St. Kitts and Nevis Passport Validity period

The Saint Kitts and Nevis passport has a 10-year validity period, while passports issued to children below the age of 16 are valid for 5 years.

When to start renewal process

To renew a Saint Kitts and Nevis passport, it is advisable to start the process at least six months before the passport’s expiration date. This ensures sufficient time for processing and compliance with international travel requirements, preventing travel disruptions.

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    Renewing a Passport from Outside St. Kitts and Nevis

    Renewing a passport from outside St. Kitts and Nevis involves several steps and may vary depending on your specific circumstances. Here is a general guide on how to renew your St. Kitts and Nevis passport while you are outside of the country:
    1. Check your passport’s expiration Date: Make sure to check the expiration date of your current passport. You should start the renewal process well in advance of your passport’s expiration date, as many countries require at least six months’ validity on your passport to enter.
    2. Visit St. Kitts and Nevis Embassy or Consulate: Locate the nearest St. Kitts and Nevis Embassy or Consulate in your current country of residence. You will need to visit the embassy or consulate in person to complete the renewal process. Check their website or contact them in advance to find out their specific requirements and schedule an appointment if necessary.
    3. Complete the Passport Application Form: Obtain a passport renewal application form from the embassy or consulate or download it from their website. Fill out the form accurately and completely. Be sure to provide all required documents and information, including your current passport details, personal information, and a passport-sized photograph.
    4. Provide the required documentation: The typical documents required for passport renewal include:
    • Your current, expiring passport.
    • Two passport-sized photos that meet St. Kitts and Nevis passport photo requirements.
    •  Proof of citizenship (e.g., birth certificate, national ID card)
    • Proof of residence in your current country (e.g., utility bills, rental agreements)
    1. Pay Fees: There are usually fees associated with passport renewal. Check with the embassy or consulate for the current fee schedule and payment methods accepted. Be prepared to pay the fees when you submit your application.
    2. Submit the application: Visit the St. Kitts and Nevis embassy or consulate in person with all the required documents and fees. Submit your application, and make sure to get a receipt or acknowledgment of your application.
    3. Processing Time: Passport renewal processing times can vary, so ask the embassy or consulate about their estimated processing time. It may take several months to receive your renewed passport.
    4. Collect Your New Passport: Once your new passport is ready, you will need to return to the embassy or consulate to collect it in person. Bring the receipt or acknowledgement you received when you submitted your application for reference.
    5. Keep Copies: Make copies of your new passport and store them in a safe place separately from the original. This will be helpful in case your passport is lost or stolen.
    Please note that passport renewal requirements and procedures may change over time, so it’s crucial to verify the specific requirements with the St. Kitts and Nevis embassy or consulate in your area. 

    Renewing an Expired, Damaged or Lost Passport

    When renewing a St. Kitts and Nevis passport, your old one is typically cancelled and returned to you, though it is no longer valid for travel. While no longer valid for travel, your old passport could still contain valuable visas and entry/exit stamps, which serve as records of past international travel history. Some countries may require both your old and new passports when entering or exiting; always double-check entry requirements of countries you plan to visit prior to planning any international journeys.

    How to Acquire a St. Kitts and Nevis Passport

    To apply for a Saint Kitts and Nevis passport, applicants must prove their citizenship through various means, including birth, descent, adoption, or the Citizenship by Investment program. The required documentation comprises a completed application form, proof of payment for passport fees, two recent photos meeting specific criteria, original birth or citizenship certificates, stamp fees, the previous passport for renewals, a police record, and marriage/divorce certificates if applicable. Additionally, one of the photos must be endorsed by an official Recommender.

    Benefits and privileges of holding a St. Kitts and Nevis passport

    • Visa-Free Travel: Visa-free access to 150+ countries (UK, EU, and Russia)  or visa-on-arrival travel to various countries makes international travel more convenient.

    • Citizenship by Investment: The opportunity to acquire citizenship and a passport through the Citizenship by Investment Program, which offers visa-free travel and other advantages to investors and their familie.

    • International Business: Facilitation of international business opportunities, potential tax benefits, and access to trade agreements.

    • Political Rights: Participation in democratic processes, including voting in national elections

    • Protection Abroad: Assistance and protection from Saint Kitts and Nevis embassies and consulates when facing difficulties or emergencies abroad.

    Saint Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program

    Citizenship under the CBI program entitles individuals to obtain a Saint Kitts and Nevis passport. This passport is the same as those held by native citizens of the country and offers various benefits. If you want to know more about the Saint Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Program, please visit this page.  


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    Yes, a Saint Kitts and Nevis passport is typically valid for 10 years. It's important to note that passports issued to children under 16 years of age have a shorter validity period and are valid for 5 years.

    The government of St. Kitts and Nevis does not impose any restrictions on holding "dual citizenship."

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