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In 2017, Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck the Caribbean nation of St. Kitts and Nevis. The two-island nation was devastated by the hurricane, suffering severe damage to infrastructure and other key areas, such as schools, agriculture, main roads, police stations, and the fire department. The damage totaled approximately $150 million.
St. Kitts and Nevis needed money to rebuild.
This need brought a new twist to the island nation’s citizenship by investment program: beginning in September of 2017, eligible donors could gain citizenship and a passport from St. Kitts and Nevis by contributing just $150,000 to the new Hurricane Relief Fund.
Compared to the previous price tag of $250,000, this was a bargain.
Of course, whenever anything like this goes into effect, you can expect complaining and opposition from the other side of the equation.
And there was.
The Hurricane Relief Fund (HRF) was a politically unpopular idea when it was implemented. Some did not think it was a particularly great idea and claimed that the current government could not legally implement it.
Nevertheless, when the six-month time limit for the relief fund was up and St. Kitts and Nevis still needed money to rebuild from the hurricanes, they introduced a more permanent fund – the Sustainable Growth Fund – that effectively reduced the price for St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment on a long-term basis.
St. Kitts and Nevis is not the only island country trying to rebuild from the 2017 hurricane season. Everyone is competing for the money of folks like you and me looking to invest somewhere to gain citizenship. This competition has created an ongoing price war in the Caribbean, driving down prices for existing programs like St. Kitts and Nevis and prompting the creation of new programs.
Despite being the longest-standing and most respected citizenship by investment program in the Caribbean, St. Kitts and Nevis knew that they needed to keep their new, lower price point if they wanted to stay relevant.
And they have.
The St. Kitts and Nevis program has long been a popular choice and continues to be a great option for those who are seeking alternatives to their current citizenship.
In this ultimate guide, we will cover everything you need to know about the St. Kitts and Nevis’ citizenship by investment program, including:
- About St. Kitts’ and Nevis
- The St. Kitts and Nevis’ citizenship by investment program
- How to get a St. Kitts and Nevis passport
- Donation vs. Investment
- The step-by-step application process
- Other factors to consider
. . . and much more, so let’s get started!
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ABOUT ST. KITTS AND NEVIS
Every good investment starts with knowledge about the origin of the investment. With that in mind, before we jump right into the St. Kitts and Nevis CBI program, let’s look at the country itself.
Also known as the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, the two-island country is located in the West Indies in the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea.
St. Kitts and Nevis is an Independent British commonwealth. The islands were the first home of English and French colonists, earning them the name of the “Mother Colony of the West Indies.” It is the smallest sovereign nation in the Western Hemisphere – in both the size and population – with only approximately 54,000 residents.
Interestingly, the climate on these two islands is not the same. St. Kitts is classified as a tropical savanna climate while Nevis, by comparison, is classified as a tropical monsoon climate. Either way, the mountainous regions of the islands are stunning and the ocean views are magnificent, making these islands a fabulous place to spend time.
THE ST. KITTS AND NEVIS CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAM
The citizenship by investment program in St. Kitts and Nevis is the oldest program of its kind in the world, giving it a special platinum status in the industry. Established in 1984, the program has been highly ranked for its due diligence.
In 2006, the program was restructured by a citizen’s advisory firm to accommodate the sugar industry. This streamlined the process, promoted the program internationally, implemented the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CBIU=, and redesigned the applications and forms. These changes have been part of the reason the CBI program in St. Kitts and Nevis is such a success.
Despite the ongoing citizenship by investment price war St. Kitts and Nevis maintains its advantage of being the oldest, most reliable program in the Caribbean. While the other countries have had to substantially undercut their programs due to the hurricanes, St. Kitts and Nevis has made efforts to maintain its platinum brand status and exceptional reputation in the offshore industry.
HOW TO GET A ST. KITTS AND NEVIS PASSPORT
The St. Kitts and Nevis CBI program offers a couple different routes toward obtaining citizenship and a passport. Options include either a donation or a real estate investment.
To qualify via the donation route, a single applicant must make a one-time non-refundable donation of $150,000 to the Sustainable Growth Fund, plus additional government fees. A family of four can expect to make a donation of $195,000 plus fees.
The funds raised through CBI donations are used for healthcare, education, and alternative energy, among other things.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT OPTION
Another option to qualify for citizenship and obtain a passport is to invest in real estate. This option is notably more expensive, but you do have a chance to recapture some of your investment. Do not expect to regain it all, though. You are only allowed to use approved real estate developments that are usually inflated government projects.
If you decide to invest, you have the option of investing $200,000 in a government approved property which you can sell after seven years. Again, it is unlikely you will regain all of that investment back, but it is still a good option.
Another option is to invest $400,000 in property that you can resell after only five years. You can split this option with another non-related adult if you choose. There are government fees involved with this route as well.
This is the longer of the two processes due to the extra steps required to finalize and purchase a property. You won’t be able to bypass the middleman on this option either. You must use a government-approved agent to assist you throughout the process.
I had a chance to interview Neil Strauss a few years ago and we discussed how, in his book, he talked his readers through the real estate option for a CBI in St. Kitts and Nevis. One of the things he told me was that he was disappointed by the quality of the real estate being offered. It was not up to par for the amount of money being invested.
It is also important to note that each approved property has differing investment costs. Some stay around the $400,000 range, but the majority of the property’s investment costs are much higher.
If you are looking to recoup costs associated with the CBI program, keep in mind that you will probably not get a large portion of what you put in back. You are basically at the mercy of other CBI investors, or if you are lucky, the developer will have a buyback option.
APPROVED REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Beach & Golf Residence LTD – Located on St. Kitts, the Beach and Golf Residence is an 84-unit condo development that offers spectacular views and a tranquil setting. Ocean, golf, and lake recreation areas are within easy access to the development. Located close to resorts, the city center, and the airport, the Beach & Golf Residences is a convenient option.
Beacon Park – Beacon Park is a housing development designed for the ultimate rest and relaxation for you and your family. Located near the capital city of St. Kitts, this development offers both residential and commercial development.
Beaumont Park – The future of this quaint residential development is to offer home sites, luxury homes, villas, townhomes, and condos. If you are looking for an upscale development that caters to the quiet, quaint feel of a Caribbean village, then Beaumont Park is a great option.
Brimstone Village – With condos ranging from 1000-2000 square feet, the Brimstone Village development offers luxury and comfort. It is located at the foot of the “Gibraltar of the West Indies,” Brimstone Fortress.
Botanical Gardens – This historical, beautiful garden has local significance with five-acres of land hosting plants from across the globe. As a CBI applicant, you have the opportunity to own one of the many luxury residences being developed here.
Busch Hills Gardens – Designed with elegance and comfort in mind, these villas are optimal for entertaining and relaxing. Designed to reflect the Carribean Culture, there are many unique and interesting details in their design.
Butlers Estate Resorts Residences – Eco-friendly and located on sloping terrain, the Butlers Estates Resorts units offer numerous family-friendly entertainment options.
Calypso Bay – This is a tropical paradise that overlooks the Caribbean Sea and truly captures and celebrates the atmosphere of the Caribbean. Located on the Southern Peninsula of Nevis, Calypso Bay sits on 14 acres where the villas are staggered to blend into the scenery. Close at hand are spas, golf courses, and a casino.
Caribbean Galaxy Real Estate Corp – This development offers luxury villas and condos. The atmosphere combines resort-style living, entertainment, and business in a natural environment.
Carino Hamilton Estate – These high-end condominiums and villas are located on the island of Nevis. They were designed to fit the opulent lifestyle and needs of individuals investing in the property.
Castle Bay Villas – This development is touted as perfect for every stage of life: retirement, vacation, and living. It is located in Nevis.
Christopher Harbor – If you are looking for the ultimate in luxury real estate for St. Kitts, look at Christopher Harbor. Keep in mind, with luxury comes additional costs. From villas to marina club timeshares, this development touts opulence to an extreme degree.
Christopher Harbour, Range Development (Park Hyatt) – This is a relatively new development that began in November 2017. The building is a 126-room resort that offers many luxuries such as rooftop suites and stunning views.
Christopher Harbor, Windswept Residence Club -These villas are beautiful. For the $450,000 investment, you receive a 1/10th share of the villa.
Clay Villa Condominium Development – This is a free working farm that boasts being the only farm that never used slave labor to function. It is a historical site that offers a peek into true St. Kitts history.
Cliff Dwellers – There are 14 condominiums and villas for investment at this development where units are available for full ownership or fractional ownership.
Clifton Gardens – Located on Nevis, the style of Clifton Gardens reflects the local culture and style. There are eight quaint cottages available for investment. It is truly a secret hideaway perfect for a quiet, secluded getaway.
Coast to Coast Development – This property is located on the southeast coast of St. Kitts and is full of beautiful hill regions as well as private coves and beaches.
Fern Hill Villa Development – This investment option on Nevis consists of 25 properties ranging from one to one and a half acres. The pristine properties are lush and green and boast stunning views of Nevis Peak.
Fisherman’s Cabanas LTD – Calm and tranquil, this option for investment is in a 120-room and suite hotel that is located near a superb fishing area on Nevis island.
Four Seasons Resort Estates – 78 Villas have been constructed, but there are still numerous options available if you desire to build your own. The location is convenient on Nevis island.
Golden Rise Villas and Spa – Located in the foothills of Nevis Peak, this is a private, spectacular six-villa development situated on the highest point that was allowed to be developed.
Golden Rock Commercial Park -This project consists of both commercial and residential units. The property is close to the business district as well as a golf course and the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport.
Golf View – This option is located in a beautiful setting with investment options including luxury villas, condos, and commercial real estate.
Half-moon Bay Villas – This complex is managed by a neighborhood association and has villa-style homes that are freestanding, single-family units.
Hamilton Villa and Spa – Located on the southern peninsula of Nevis, the property has high-end villas that are either one-, two- or four-bedroom units. It boasts that it is the only option for investors to recoup their investment.
Heritage Plantation Hotel (DBA Scotch Bonnet Condominiums) – This home has stood for 350 years.
Hermitage Hotel – This unique property is built around the oldest wooden home in the area. The original home was built in 1670 and offers charm and quaint flavor for the investors.
Hillsboro Sunset Suites – This is a unique hotel that offers its inhabitants the comfort and feel of resort living. The development touts being able to deliver a stress-free investment experience.
Horizon Villa – The investment options here include villas, apartments, timeshares, and vacation rentals.
Jones Estate Villas – Offering full or fractional ownership, this is a development located on 300 acres with half or whole acre lots.
Kingfisher Club – This option is for condominiums that are an extension or the Qualie Beach Resort. The property investment starts at $480,000 but includes a furniture package, conveyance fees, survey fees, and the Stamp Duty.
Kittitian Hill – This is a condominium type property that offers the option of fractional or whole ownership of villas and suites/apartments. Most of the rooms are located on the upper floors of the village buildings. It boasts stunning views and charming residents.
KOI Resort and Residences – This investment is located on 15 acres of beachfront property and claims to combine the old and the new into a form of rustic luxury. It offers investment options of pool villas, penthouses, beach villas, resort residences, and resort suites.
Leeward Cove – This is the entry level property for CBI. It offers 3-bedroom and 3-bath condominiums with a minimum of 1600-square feet of space.
Live Nevis – Located on five aces, this investment option includes 14 luxury villas.
Live Nevis Life LTD – Each villa will occupy ⅓ of an acre of land and have its own private pool. The development is set to include 14 luxury villas.
Manor by the Sea – The villas and condos at the Manor by the Sea are perched on a cliffside which adds to their luxury and appeal.
Marriott Residences – This property is popular among business people and vacationers each year, as well as visiting dignitaries. It boasts luxury, central access location, and a stellar experience.
Montebello Residences – Consisting of over 350 units, you are able to have full ownership of these properties. Located in Olivees Estates, this property offers beautiful views and a sense of community.
Montpelier Plantation Inn – This is a posh resort-style investment that offers almost every luxury imaginable.
Mount Nevis Hotel – Located on 17 acres, this hotel is quiet, intimate, and elegant.
Nelson’s Spring Beach Villa and Spa – 24 luxury condominiums are what makes up this development. The views are stunning and the location is ideal. Private, posh, and convenient: this development is likely to meet your CBI expectations and more.
Nevisian Sunset Condominiums – This development offers 60 private residences, stunning views, and a convenient location on Nevis.
Oasis Resorts & Spa – This is a uniquely shaped investment opportunity located on Nevis. The views are superb and the location perfect for an island retreat.
Ocean Grove – These are whole ownership, bungalow-style villas located on St. Kitts.
Ocean Terrace Inn Condominiums-This is a four-star hotel that is located near many tourist attractions.
Ocean’s Edge – This property is located where the ocean and sky meet. It is a luxurious resort option for the person looking to invest in St. Kitts.
Paradise Palms LTD – This is another eco-friendly investment option. The company also says that the expected annual return is roughly 19%-25% annually.
Pelican Bay (Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Kitts) – This is a combination of condominiums and amenities that are designed to give you a rich experience on the island of St. Kitts. Investment options begin at $445,000.
Pinney’s Hotel Development LTD – This development includes 30 residential units in five buildings and is located on Nevis.
Pirate’s Nest (T-Loft) – Developers plan to adjoin the Pirate’s Nest to the Marriott Resort. The two resorts will share an 18-hole golf course. The units are condominiums with many amenities and accommodations.
Port Zante – With beautiful promenades and high-class shops, this option is located on the port, affording a rich Caribbean experience.
Prime Developments LTD – Located on Halfmoon Bay, a popular tourist attraction, this development consists of hotel or residence units. The views are stunning and the units are located near popular tourist attractions on St. Kitts.
Ramada Hotels – This development is launching sometime this year (2018). It will begin with 273 suites and boast numerous amenities.
Royal Golf Estates – Proclaimed as internationally recognized residences, this is a luxury golf resort. The investment starts at $420,000.
Royal St. Kitts Vacation for Life Condominiums – The first major hotel on the island, founded in 1983, this hotel is family owned. Thirty two-story buildings are arranged on 18 acres of land near the Royal St. Kitts Golf Course.
Rendezvous Hills Limited – Offering phenomenal views of the Atlantic and Caribbean, Rendezvous Hills has 40 condominiums and offers luxurious furnishing plus amenities to their residents.
River House Cottages – The prices for these cottages begin with an investment of $550,000 and each cottage will vary in size.
Royal Golf Estate – With private access to the beach and as one of the only CBI investments to offer 4-7-bedroom units, this is a development many investors won’t want to miss. Royal Golf Estate offers exclusive access to a number of area clubs and beaches, making this an impressively luxuriant option for CBI investment.
Royal St. Kitts Hotel’s Vacation for Life Condominium – These luxury condos are located on St. Kitts.
Sea Lofts – These relaxed lifestyle condominiums have two or three bedroom units available where you can enjoy the soft breezes in luxury.
Seaview Gardens – Spanning over 20-acres, this enormous hotel has rooms, suites, villas, and condos numbering over 700 units. Developers estimate that the Seaview Gardens will take close to five years to finish. Construction began in November 2017, so you won’t be able to use this property until at least 2022.
Seavista Development – These are professed to be first-class condos located across six floors, all with ocean views.
Selsoleil – With a 20-acre luxury home development, this CBI option is located on St. Kitts.
Serenity Palms Condominium – There are 28 suites located in five buildings, and this development is close to the Medical University of the Americas
Silver Reef – If you desire privacy, this eco-friendly development is an option for you.
St. Christopher Club – Offering full ownership and timeshare options, this development provides condominium style units that are done in a Euro-Carribean style. They are situated on St. Kitts between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
St. Kitts Castle – Located in a quiet, prestigious area of St. Kitts, the St. Kitts Castle offers the height of luxury. Within a few minutes of the beach and the capital, the property offers all the amenities you could need.
Starboard House – Offering the opportunity to own an apartment in this quiet area, the Starboard House is located within minutes of major attractions. Several size apartments are available.
Sundance Ridge (Peninsular Associates) – Located in a gated community, the 15 villas in this development are all designed per individual request. Each villa has 4400 square feet and a veranda.
Sunrise Hill Villas – These villas have the appearance of plantation homes which gives them a unique edge over the other properties. As with most of the CBI-approved properties, these units are designed for easy access to popular areas of the island as well as privacy and luxury.
Sunset Heights Condominiums – The size of these units ranges from one- to two-bedroom condos with full amenities making these perfect for a vacation.
Tamarind Cove Marina Development LTD – This property offers full-service hotel amenities along with one- to three-bedroom units. You can purchase a full or fractional unit or a yacht slip for the minimum investment of $400,000.
The North Wing (St. Kitts Marriott Resort Beach Casino) – This investment option is located in the center of the popular area of St. Kitts, Frigate Bay, and offers numerous amenities along with the casino.
Turquoise Waterfront Condominiums Development – There are 10 private condominiums making up this investment opportunity. It is a private area with easy access to the water.
University Gardens Condominiums – 56 condominium units are a part of this development. Offering an infinity pool, pool house, and full-sized tennis courts, this property is located on a beautiful two acres. Investment starts at $410,000.
Victoria Gardens Resort – This resort offers 180 guest rooms on 10 acres of land.
Vista Villas Inc. – These villas are cliffside and are part of the prestigious St. Christopher Club Group.
Zenith Nevis Alpha Condominium – With this property, you are allowed to purchase a 1/4 – 1/13th share of one of the villas. Rotating every 6-weeks, these units are shared and more affordable than most options, according to the website.
DONATION VS. INVESTMENT
There are benefits and drawbacks to each of these options for the citizenship by investment program in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Obviously, the length of the process for each of them should be considered. A donation is by far the quicker of the two methods. You make your donation, file your paperwork, and within 3-6 months, you should have your passport.
However, there is also an Accelerated Application Process which we will discuss in-depth in a bit.
Real estate investment takes longer, as previously mentioned. You need to account for the time it takes to select a compatible agent, select the property, file the paperwork, and then wait for the paperwork and details to be finalized.
The next consideration is cost. A donation is by far the cheaper option of the two. You can donate to the Sustainable Growth Fund for a mere $150,000 as a single applicant. The real estate investment is more expensive, but there is also a chance that you can recoup part of that investment after the allotted time is expired.
While that may be enough of a justification for others to choose the real estate option, it is not enough of a reason for me to justify spending more time and money to get the same citizenship.
OTHER FEES AND REQUIREMENTS
As with most citizenship by investment programs, there are additional fees required during the process.
For the donation route, you can expect the following fees:
- $150,000 main applicant
- $7,500 due to processing and application fees
- $25,000 main applicant Accelerated Processing Fees, if applicable
Main Applicant plus up to 3 dependents:
- $195,000 non-refundable donation
- $10,000 for additional dependents, regardless of age
- $7,500 due diligence and processing fee for the main applicant
- $4,000 due diligence and processing fee for each dependent over the age of 16
For the real estate investment route, additional fees include:
- $7,500-main applicant
- $4,000-each dependant over the age of 16
- $75,000 (approximately)
THE STEP-BY-STEP APPLICATION PROCESS
St. Kitts and Nevis has what they describe as the Platinum Standard. They are the only country that has the ability to guarantee the process will be done in a specified timeframe. This puts them ahead of the competition in regards to service and their high ranking for due diligence.
Overall, St. Kitts and Nevis is an excellent option for your second passport.
The country is discerning with who they grant citizenship to. When applying, your documentation should include:
- Birth Certificates for each applicant
- Police Records, FBI Reports, etc.
- Bank Statements
- Proof of Address
The forms include:
- Application for Registration as a Citizen
- Photograph and Signature Certificate
- Medical Certificate which includes HIV test results for anyone over the age of 12.
- The results must not be older than three months.
This must be done for each applicant. The complete list of forms can be found here.
Keep in mind that you are unable to complete the process on your own. You must have a service provider or a lawyer that is licensed in the country for assistance. You can find a list of eligible providers on the St. Kitts and Nevis website.
Keep in mind, there will be extra fees that apply when hiring these providers that vary depending on who you choose.
That said, if you choose to go with the Accelerated Application process, you can expect your second passport in a very short timeframe. St. Kitt’s and Nevis’ accelerated program is fantastic. They are the only country in the Caribbean to be able to guarantee that you will have an answer within 60 days.
You will have to pay an extra fee if you choose the accelerated path, but if you are looking to obtain a passport within a short time period in order to renounce your current citizenship, St. Kitts and Nevis is the only country that can guarantee that you will have an expedited process for the fee.
To expedite the process, the main applicant must pay $25,000 in fees. There is an additional $20,000 for dependents above the age of 16. A processing fee of $500 per person must be paid as well for the St. Kitts and Nevis passport in regards to dependents under the age of 16.
The step-by-step process, which is done by the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CBIU), includes the following:
- Due diligence (including running background checks)
- Usually takes 2-5 months
- If your background check is clear, you will be “approved by the principal”
- Then you will be invited to invest, usually.
It should be noted that, currently, St. Kitts and Nevis is not accepting applicants from the Republic of Iraq, the Republic of Yemen, or the Republic of Nigeria.
OTHER FACTORS TO CONSIDER
Many factors play into a decision of this magnitude. Depending on your situation, one may appeal to you more than another. When considering where to get a second passport, consider the following:
CITIZENSHIP BY DESCENT
Once you obtain an economic citizenship with St. Kitts and Nevis, you have it for life and it can be passed along to your descendants.
TAXES FOR CITIZENS OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS
The advantages of having a St. Kitts and Nevis passport are many, but one of them is the taxes. In 1980, the government of St. Kitts and Nevis abolished the individual personal income tax.
There is no personal income tax, no capital gains tax, and no inheritance tax or gift tax in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Among all of the available Caribbean CBI programs, St. Kitts and Nevis is the only country that is completely tax-free. While the other countries may market themselves as tax-free, the reality is that they have residential- or territorial-based systems and simply assume that investors will choose not to live or earn money in the country and thus avoid becoming subject to their country’s taxes.
St. Kitts and Nevis, on the other hand, is a zero tax system. That means no income tax. Ever. They have even refused to sign any tax treaties with other countries.
The bottom line?
If you choose to live in your new country of citizenship, you can do so completely tax-free.
Having a second passport from St. Kitts and Nevis comes with travel privileges as well. Based purely on visa-free travel, the St. Kitts and Nevis passport ranks among the 30 best passports in the world.
However, travel is not the only factor you must take into account when deciding which passport works best for your Nomad Plan. That is why we created the Nomad Capitalist Passport Index. St. Kitts and Nevis still ranks well on our index, coming in at #50. Here’s how the island nation measured up against each of our criteria:
- Visa-free travel: St. Kitts scored well here not only due to the high quantity of countries it allows access to (141) but also because of the quality of countries to which you can travel visa-free, including the Schengen area, much of Central and South America and, a recent addition, Russia.
- Taxation: As discussed, the citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis are not taxed on their income, no matter where they live or earn money.
- Perception: The country ranked right in the middle here, meaning that the perception of St. Kitts and Nevis on a global scale can go either way. Some see it as a tax haven for the 1%, others recognize the country’s long-standing quality reputation in the offshore industry.
- Dual citizenship: St. Kitts received a high score here because citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis are allowed to hold more than one citizenship.
- Freedom: St. Kitts and Nevis scored the highest here as its citizens enjoy a wide range of freedoms.
By diversifying your passports, you are taking an important step in regards to globalizing your affairs and the St. Kitts and Nevis passport can fit in nicely with many different strategies. The question is whether or not it fits your personal strategy.
Overall, St. Kitts and Nevis is an established, quality program and, while not the cheapest, is now offered at a more reasonable price.
If you want access to Central and South America, Europe or even Russia visa-free, this is a great option. If having a program that offers a long history of successfully granting citizenship by investment is important to you, St. Kitts and Nevis has the prestige of being the oldest CBI program in the world.
St. Kitts and Nevis has many advantages when looking to diversify your affairs globally. The islands are beautiful, the people are friendly, and their citizenship by investment program makes the option of obtaining a passport a reality.
The different investment options such as donation and real estate both have benefits and drawbacks, but it is important to compare which options work best for your individual situation.
As always, go where you’re treated best. If St. Kitts and Nevis ticks all your boxes, it could be a great place to begin. If you need help figuring out whether or not it is a good fit, feel free to reach out and get help.
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