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Caribbean Citizenship by Investment Program


USD 100,000

to Acquire

3-6 months


136 Countries

    Benefits of acquiring Dominica Passport

    Visa-free travel to
    136 countries

    Exemption from asset, wage, gift, inheritance, and capital gains taxes

    Dual citizenship is

    No physical presence in the country is needed

    Program overview

    The Commonwealth of Dominica is situated in the Caribbean Sea and is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The abundance of breath-taking beaches and rainforests, Dominica is an attractive hotspot for adventurers and travellers.  The world’s second largest hot spring – The boiling lake is known to be a popular tourist attraction throughout the year.

    Dominica is one of the first Caribbean countries to introduce a citizenship-by-investment program. The Dominica citizenship program was launched in 1991 and has an incredible reputation as one of the world’s safest countries to live in. Due to this, the Dominica citizenship program has been a highly sought-after program for tourists and investors worldwide.

    Document checklist

    Applicants must provide the following documentation as part of the KYC (Know Your Customer) process:


    The application procedure is kept confidential, with the exception of reviews conducted by official due diligence organisations and international partners.

    No, the applicant is not required to participate in a mandatory interview. However, upon government’s choice, an interview could be requested.

    Applicants should plan to wait three months from the time they submit their application to the time they receive an acceptance in principle.

    Must be at least 18 years old, of good conscience, without a criminal record, capable and prepared to make the requisite commitment as an applicant for citizenship. The applicant must hire an Authorised Agent to help prepare the necessary forms and supporting documentation. There are further restrictions whether the applicants are a resident of Iran, North Korea, Sudan, or Syria.

    No, the passport holder do not need a Dominican address. Dominica passport holders may renew their passports at the Passport and Immigration Department in Dominica or at any Dominican Consulate, using their primary residence as the address.