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Dominica

Dominica Welcomes You

Since 1993, the Commonwealth of Dominica has offered a citizenship opportunity to those willing to invest in the Commonwealth.  Often referred to as “The Nature Island of the Caribbean”, the Commonwealth has amazing natural beauty and resources. From waterfalls, hot springs and rain forests to rivers and mountains, not to mention the world-class Caribbean weather, it is hard to imagine a more perfect nickname for Dominica.

In addition to natural beauty, the Commonwealth of Dominica is unique for her government. Commonwealths are rare in the Caribbean, but the history of the island illuminates why this stable and tested government has served it so well. As far back as 1871, Dominica was named a British Windward Island. In 1987, Dominica obtained its independence and adopted a republican form of government. The Prime Minister is the head of state in the Commonwealth.

While the island is home to about 71,000 people, the culture reflects much more depth and breadth than that would suggest. Over the years leading up to is status as a British Windward Island, Dominica was settled by the French, British and Spanish. This mix has made the island a destination for the international community. The proximity of Dominica to the United States and Latin America, and the accessibility of European nations, makes the Commonwealth an excellent choice for those who are looking for a second passport.

Second Citizenship Benefits

There are many advantages in obtaining citizenship of Dominica:

  • One of the most respected CBI programs
  • No waiting, access to travel without a Visa to more than 120 countries
  • Once obtained, citizenship and passport are irrevocable
  • You have control of your financial future
  • No restrictions on applicant nationality
  • No taxes for non-residents
  • Residents owe no taxes on capital gains, inheritance, wealth or gifts
  • Your current country does not have to be notified of your new status
  • You do not need to reside on the island
  • Children up to age 30 may be included on the application
  • No restrictions on education level, employment level
  • No interview required

Steps & Procedures

To obtain Dominican citizenship, you need to make an economic contribution to the country or investment in a government approved real estate project. Applicants and their families are granted full citizenship. The amount of investment needed to be made depends upon the number of co-applicants (family members).

  • One of the most respected CBI programs
  • No waiting, access to travel without a Visa to more than 120 countries
  • Once obtained, citizenship and passport are irrevocable
  • You have control of your financial future
  • No restrictions on applicant nationality
  • No taxes for non-residents
  • Residents owe no taxes on capital gains, inheritance, wealth or gifts
  • Your current country does not have to be notified of your new status
  • You do not need to reside on the island
  • Children up to age 30 may be included on the application
  • No restrictions on education level, employment level
  • No interview required

Following documents are required

  • Your application will be reviewed by Company to make sure it’s in the best shape before it is submitted to the government for processing
  • You will submit your first payment for professional fees
  • Your trusted advisors at Company provide you with a checklist and help you to obtain the required paperwork for government processing
  • Your application and due diligence fees go to the government for processing
  • The government receives its Due Diligence report
  • The government issues its verdict on your application
  • Once your application has been approved, you are invited by the government to make your required donation
  • Citizenship certificate and passport are generated in your name
  • Remaining professional fees are paid
  • Final documents are delivered to you

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Second Citizenship Benefits