Dual citizenship from the Commonwealth of Dominica offers the region’s most affordable programme providing numerous business and residential advantages via two streamlined investment options.
Established in 1993, the Commonwealth of Dominica provides a successful and highly trusted Citizenship by Investment Programme; it offers investors dual citizenship, visa-free access to 120 countries, minimal taxation, is a signatory of double taxation treaties with the USA and CARICOM, full residence status, no residency requirements and a currency pegged to the US Dollar – fulfilled through a confidential 3-4 month application process.
Additional business advantages provided by the Commonwealth of Dominica include no restriction on the repatriation of profits, full exemption from import duties, corporate tax incentives and tax relief benefits. To qualify for their Citizenship by Investment Programme, investors can choose to make either a government fund contribution of as little as $100,000, or an investment in property to the minimum value of $200,000.
This highly affordable method of acquiring Citizenship also makes a significant contribution to Dominica’s significant and transparent investment programme. This continues to develop a resilient, long term and sustainable portfolio of infrastructure projects designed to lesson the effects of Climate Change. New and improved schools, roads, hospitals, a new international airport, as well as the promotion of a burgeoning offshore sector all benefit from the National Development Fund.
To be paid in US Dollars:
$100,000 for the main applicant.
$175,000 for an applicant and spouse.
$175,000 for an applicant and up to two dependants
under 18 years.
$200,000 for an applicant, spouse and up to two dependants under 18 years.
$25,000 for dependants between 18-30 or 55+ years.
An investment into Government approved real estate developments is an environmentally rewarding and profitable gateway to Citizenship. Investors can select from several income-producing properties, all with no residency requirements. Designed to be in harmony with the natural environment, these developments also embrace climate resilient construction and ecologically friendly services. After three years the property can be sold with Citizenship retained, and after a further five years resale to another CIP applicant is permitted.
To be paid in US Dollars:
$200,000 minimum required Real Estate investment;
$25,000 for the Main Applicant;
$35,000 for the Main Applicant, including his or her spouse;
$35,000 for a family of up to four, including the Main Applicant;
$50,000 for a family of up to six, including the Main Applicant;
$70,000 for a family of seven or more, including the Main Applicant
Processing Fee (per application) $1,000
Certificate of Naturalisation fee (per person) $250
Standard Passport and Courier fee $300
Expedited Passport Issue fee (per person) $1,200
Investment fee per newborn post citizenship grant $2000
Due Diligence Fees:
Due Diligence fee for main applicant: $7,500
Due Diligence fee for spouse: $4,000
Due Diligence fee for dependants 16-30 years: $4,000
Due Diligence fee for dependants 65+ years: $4,000
The Commonwealth of Dominica is a member of the OECS and a parliamentary democracy. Its economy benefits from the government's drive to promote its burgeoning eco tourism sector. Further diversification from its historical dependence on agriculture includes the development of gothermal energy resources, climate resilient construction, a medical education sector and an offshore financial industry. The island uses the East Caribbean Dollar and has access to an educated workforce of 95% English literacy.
Since gaining independence in 1978, Dominica has become an independent island state with a population of 73,000; the capital is Roseau and the island’s official language is English – though French Patois is also spoken. Dominica offers an easy lifestyle, vibrant culture and friendly community in a safe environment with a low rate of crime. The demographic of the island is formed by a majority black ethnic group (86.6%), mixed (9%) and indigenous (2.9%) – the largest age group being 25-54 (40%).
For any general enquiries regarding Caribbean Passports, please use the contact form or call the telephone numbers listed below.
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Address: PO Box 1574 Roseau, Dominica
Telephone: +1767 614 5633 (Office) | UK: +44 77594 76788 (Office)
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