Passport and Citizenship in Dominica

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Dominica officially the Commonwealth of Dominica, is a sovereign island country.

Dominica is a mountainous, forested Caribbean island nation with a year-round tropical climate, national parks, rare indigenous birds and the second-largest boiling lake in the world.

Dominica is a parliamentary democracy within the Commonwealth of Nations and, since 1979, a member of La Francophonie.

Dominica is an island nation located in the Lesser Antilles area south of Guadeloupe and northwest of Martinique. Known for its luscious rainforests and warm, tropical climate, Dominica is a popular vacation spot that offers a wide variety of water and land activities. Roseau, the capital of Dominica, is located on the west coast. It has a mixture of French colonial and modern architecture, breathtaking waterfalls and relaxing thermal springs. The official language is English and the currency is the East Caribbean dollar. The main transportation to the island is the Canefield Airport located close to Portsmouth, and the Melville Hall Airport located close to Roseau.

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Main Benefits of Obtaining Citizenship in Dominica through the Citizenship-by-Investment Program

  • Citizenship for life for the main applicant, the applicant’s spouse, and any dependent children (children under 28)
  • Inclusion of dependent parents and grandparents over 55.
  • Visa-free travel to 119 countries, including Hong Kong and the Schengen Area countries
  • Minimal taxation – no wealth, gift, inheritance, foreign income, or capital gains tax
  • Dual citizenship is allowed
  • No physical residency requirements
  • Privilege to work and study in the United Kingdom as a Commonwealth citizen
  • Ability to legal change name after one year of citizenship
  • Confidential application procedure

Main Requirements

Hold no criminal record.
Make a significant economic contribution to the country
Be at least 21 years old
Be presented to the official authorities in Dominica by an authorised agent

Investment Options

Government Fund Donation

  • Single Option for a USD 100,000 non-refundable investment to the local government
  • Family Option 1 (main applicant and spouse) for a USD 175,000 non-refundable investment to the local government
  • Family Option 2 (main applicant, spouse, and two children under 18) for a USD 200,000 non-refundable investment to the local government
  • Family Option 4 (main applicant, spouse, and three children under 18) for a USD 200,000 donation to the local government plus USD 20,000 for each additional dependent under 18 and USD 50,000 for each additional dependent over 18

Real Estate Investment

The minimum amount for the real estate option is USD 200,000 (minimum) (held for 5 years) (in a government-approved real estate development).

The government fees that are applicable for the main applicant and any dependents are as follows:

  • USD 50,000 for the main applicant
  • USD 25,000 for the spouse of the main applicant
  • USD 75,000 for a family of up to four persons (main applicant and 3 dependents)
  • USD100,000 for a family of up to 6 persons (main applicant and 5 dependents)
  • USD 20,000 for each child of the main applicant under 18 years of age
  • USD 25,000 for each child of the main applicant aged between 18-28 years and for each elderly dependent above the age of 55.
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