The Dominican passport ranks 34th in the world as of January 2023. This means that Dominican citizens can travel visa-free to 142 countries in the world.
This grants it an overall high mobility score and makes it a desirable passport.
The Dominica Citizenship Investment Programme is one of the most affordable and flexible in the world. In 1993, the Dominican government waived the requirement to reside in Dominica, making attractive citizenship easier to be obtained.
Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment programme is one of the most cost-effective CBI offerings in the Caribbean. There are two main investment routes that applicants can apply through. The first is by making an economic contribution (donation) to Dominica’s National Development Fund. The second option is available by investing in various Government approved real estate projects. The programme requires a minimum investment of $100,000, plus fees.
In addition to making the necessary investment or donation, there are several requirements that applicants must meet for Dominica.
Family Requirement: Family members can be included in the application for citizenship. The main investor can include:
All applicants will need to be of good character and undergo the Government due diligence formalities: Investors must provide
One of the many attractions of gaining second citizenship in Dominica is that the Citizenship by Investment programme does not have any minimum stay requirements. Citizens of Dominica have the right to live, work or study in the country if they wish to, but this is not a pre-requisite of the programme. There is also no interview or language test required.
The most affordable way to Citizenship in Dominica is through the contribution option. The minimum investment required for Dominican Citizenship through donation is $100,000 for a single applicant plus fees or $200,000 for a family of four. It is also possible to invest via government-approved real estate options. The required real estate investment of $200,000 is one of the most affordable in the Caribbean. Government, professional and due diligence fees apply
Processing time is around 60-90 days from the date the applicant’s file is submitted to Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU). Typically, it takes most applicants between 2-6 weeks prior to this to gather all their documentation. e-lhr processing team will assist applicants with this entire process.
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