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Dominica citizenship

The Dominica passport is one of the most sought after travel documents because of the number of visa free countries you can access with it. The Dominica authorities are constantly making efforts at signing visa-free agreements with the authorities from other countries. In fact, as of April 2018, Roosevelt Skerrit, the Prime Minister of Dominica announced on-going plans to sign visa-free agreements with the nations of China and South Africa.

The Dominica visa-free entry agreement with Russia came into effect in January 2019. Ever since, tourists with Dominican passports have been enjoying a 90-day visa-free entry into the former Soviet Union. Later that year, a further visa-free agreement was reached with the nation of Ukraine.

Although Dominica signed a visa-free agreement with the UAE in April 2018, it was not until the 25th of February, 2020 before it came into effect. The terms of travel and visa-free agreements between nations keep changing frequently. This article contains an updated list of visa free countries for holders of Dominica passport.

We believe the contents of this article will help Dominica passport holders have better insight when traveling visa-free or visa on arrival. You can use the information here to tap into some of the guaranteed benefits you’ll enjoy upon getting Dominica citizenship.

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Requirements for Dominica Passport

In order to obtain a Dominica passport, certain requirements will have to be met. They include:

  • The applicant must have no previous criminal records
  • The applicant has to be a minimum of 18 years of age
  • They must declare the source of their investments
  • They have to invest in real estate, government bonds, The National Economic Fund, or any other government-approved options.

Generally, acquiring a Dominica passport is quite easy and its real estate investment option is of the best in terms of value.

Dominica passport applicants that aim to invest in real estate have to buy a property worth a minimum of $200,000. Along with due diligence fees and government processing fees, the total amount required of an individual to purchase a Dominica passport sums up to $233,500. A family of 4 would cost $247,500.

A more affordable way to buy Dominica passport is by donation. Through the Dominica Economic Diversification Program, a single applicant can donate a sum of $108,500 for the passport. However, a family of 4 would have to donate a total of $212,500 (fees inclusive).

Upon fulfilling the requirements for Dominica passport, the applicants or investors are granted citizenship.

Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries

The table below shows the list of countries Dominica passport holders can access visa-free. It also includes the duration of stay and requirements of visa-free, visa-on-arrival, and eVisa countries for Dominica passport holders seeking to travel for tourist purposes.

Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries – 160

Visa-free access – 118

Visa-on-arrival – 32

eVisa – 10

Europe

Country/NationVisa-free accessVisa-on-arrivalE-VisaDuration of stay and more
  Andorra  Yes   
  Armenia     Yes Dominica passport holders who are traveling as tourists can get a 120-day visa upon arrival at Yerevan (EVN)
  Austria  Yes    Dominica passport holders can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Belarus  Yes  Dominica citizens holding a regular passport arriving and leaving Minsk International Airport can stay for a maximum of 30 days
  Belgium  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Yes    Dominica passport holders can stay a maximum of 90 days within 6 months
  Bulgaria  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Croatia  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Cyprus  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Czech Republic  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Denmark  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Estonia  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Faroe Islands  Yes   
  Finland  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  France  Yes    Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Georgia    Yes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
  Germany  Yes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
     
GibraltarYes   
GreeceYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
HungaryYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
IcelandYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
IrelandYes   
ItalyYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
KosovoYes  Dominica passport holders can stay a maximum of 90 days within 6 months
LatviaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
LiechtensteinYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
LithuaniaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
LuxembourgYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
MaltaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
MoldovaYes  Dominica passport holders can stay a maximum of 90 days within 6 months
MonacoYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
MontenegroYes  Dominica Nationals holding a passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
NetherlandsYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
NorwayYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
PolandYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
PortugalYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
RomaniaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
RussiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
San MarinoYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
SerbiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
SlovakiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
SloveniaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
SpainYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
SwedenYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
SwitzerlandYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
Turkey Yes Dominica passport holders can stay a maximum of 90 days
Ukraine  YesVisit http://evisa.mfa.gov.ua to obtain an eVisa before traveling. Tourists must hold a printout of the e-visa confirmation
United KingdomYes  Dominica passport holders can stay a maximum of 6 months
Vatican City StateYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries (Europe)

Asia

Country/NationVisa-free accessVisa-on-arrivalE-Visa Duration of stay and more
Bahrain YesYesTravelers holding a visa issued by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia can receive a transit visa on arrival for 24 hours if they continue their journey by land via the Causeway to Saudi Arabia
Bangladesh Yes Holders of Dominica passport traveling as tourists with a return or onward ticket can acquire a visa on arrival to stay for a maximum of 30 days
Cambodia YesYesDominica citizens can get a visa on arrival to stay for a maximum of 30 days
Hong KongYes  Dominica Nationals can stay for a maximum of 90 days
India  YesE-Visa holders can only arrive in the country using 26 predesignated airports or 3 predesignated seaports. Furthermore, the Indian e-Tourist Visa is available twice in one calendar year. Also, travelers can stay for a maximum of 60 days
IndonesiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay for a maximum of 30 days. However, journalism visits are exempted from this limit
Iran Yes Travelers who arrive at Kish Island (KIH) and Qeshm (GSM) Island can stay for a maximum of 14 days. Tourists with a regular passport can get a visa on arrival at Ahwaz (AWZ), Bandar Abbas (BND), Esfahan (IFN), Gheshm Island (GSM), Kish Island (KIH), LAR (LRR), Mashhad (MHD), Shiraz (SYZ), Tabriz (TBZ), and Tehran Imam Khomeini (IKA). They can stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. However, travelers with a regular passport on a business trip can acquire a visa on arrival to stay for a maximum of 14 days subject to having a letter of invitation issued by a government agency. The invite will have to be issued at least 2 days before arrival.
IsraelYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 3 months
Jordan Yes  
Kyrgyzstan  Yes 
Laos Yes Holders of Dominica passport can get their visa on arrival at Luang Prabang (LPQ), Pakse (PKZ), and Vientiane (VTE). They can also stay for a maximum of 30 days.
MacauYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
MalaysiaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 30 days
Maldives Yes Citizens of Dominica can get a visa on arrival to stay for a maximum of 30 days
Nepal Yes Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
PhilippinesYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 30 days
Qatar  YesTravelers can get their e-Visas before departure here https://portal.moi.gov.qa/qatarvisas
SingaporeYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 30 days
South KoreaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
Sri Lanka Yes Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 30 days
Tajikistan  YesTravelers can get their e-Visas before departure here https://www.evisa.tj
VietnamYes  Citizens of Dominica who arrive at Phu Quoc (PQC) can stay for a maximum of 30 days. Holders of Dominica passport who arrive at Hanoi (HAN) or Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) with return tickets for a connecting flight, on the same day to Phu Quoc (PQC) have to clear immigration at Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) or Hanoi (HAN) where they will be allowed to stay for a maximum of 30 days and transferred to a domestic terminal for a connecting flight to Phu Quoc (PQC).
Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries (Asia)

Oceania

Country/NationVisa-free accessVisa-on-arrivalE-VisaDuration of stay and more
Australia  YesFor a stay of up to 12 months, E-Visas should be obtained here https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/home
Cook IslandsYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 31 days
FijiYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 4 months
French PolynesiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
MicronesiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 30 days
New CaledoniaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
NiueYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 30 days
Palau Yes Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 30 days
Samoa Yes Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 60 days
Solomon Islands Yes Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 3 months
Tonga Yes Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 31 days
Tuvalu Yes Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 1 month
VanuatuYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 30 days
Wallis and Futuna IslandsYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries (Oceania)

Africa

Country/NationVisa-free accessVisa-on-arrivalE-VisaDuration of stay and more
Benin  YesE-Visas should be gotten before departure here www.evisa.gouv.bj/fr/
BotswanaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
Cape Verde Yes  
Comoros Yes Visa on arrival can be obtained by Dominica citizens. They can also stay for a maximum of 45 days
Djibouti Yes Travelers with a Dominica passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival can get a visa upon arrival
Egypt Yes Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 30 days
Gabon   Travelers will need to obtain their E-Visa before departure here https://evisa.dgdi.ga however, E-Visas are available only for those aiming to visit Gabon by air via Leon Mba International Airport in Libreville.
The GambiaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days
Guinea-Bissau Yes Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days
KenyaYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 3 months
LesothoYes  Dominica citizens can stay a maximum of 90 days
Madagascar Yes Citizens of Dominica holding a confirmed return/onward ticket can acquire a visa on arrival to stay for a maximum of 90 days
MalawiYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
Mauritania Yes Dominica Nationals can get a visa on arrival at Nouakchott (NKC)
MauritiusYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
MayotteYes   
Mozambique Yes Citizens of Dominica who arrive at Beira (BEW), Maputo (MPM), Nampula (APL), Pemba (POL), Tete (TET), and Vilankulo (VNX) can acquire a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days as long as their passport is valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival. Also, they must have a return/onward ticket, enough funds to support their stay in the country, and proof showing the purpose of the visit.
RéunionYes   
Rwanda YesYesCitizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 30 days and the E-Visas can be gotten before departure here www.migration.gov.rw
Saint HelenaYes  Dominica Nationals can stay for a maximum of 6 months
Senegal Yes Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 1 month and will get a visa on arrival
Seychelles Yes Citizens of Dominica can get a “Visitor’s Permit” on arrival allowing them to stay in the nation for a maximum of 3 months
Somalia Yes Travelers can get a visa on arrival at Galcaio (GLK), Bosaso (BSA), and Mogadishu (MGQ) to stay for a maximum of 30 days. Meanwhile, travelers who have an invitation letter issued by the Somali government can get a visa on arrival at Berbera (BBO), Hargeisa (HGA), Erigavo (ERA), Borama (BXX), and Burao (BUO).
SwazilandYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 30 days
TanzaniaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
Togo Yes Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 7 days
Uganda Yes Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 7 days
ZambiaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days within a year. Dominica Nationals traveling for business purposes can stay for a maximum of 30 days within 1 year.
Zimbabwe  YesTravelers should procure their E-Visas before departure here www.evisa.gov.zw
Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries (Africa)

North America

Country/NationVisa-free accessVisa-on-arrivalE-VisaDuration of stay and more
AnguillaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 3 months
Antigua and BarbudaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 180 days
ArubaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
BahamasYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 3 months
BarbadosYes  Skilled Nationals of CARICOM are entitled to freedom of movement within the country. Unskilled Nationals can stay for a maximum of 180 days.
BelizeYes  Skilled Nationals of CARICOM are entitled to freedom of movement within the country. Unskilled Nationals can stay for a maximum of 6 months.
BermudaYes  Travelers should be aware that depending on the reason for travel, the period of stay for visitors (which can be up to 6 months) is decided by the Bermuda Immigration Officers.
BonaireYes   
The British Virgin IslandsYes  Dominica Nationals can stay for a maximum of 6 months
Cayman IslandsYes  Citizens of Dominica who are traveling as tourists can stay for a maximum of 6 months while those traveling on business can stay for a maximum of 10 days
Costa RicaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
CubaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 28 days
CuracaoYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 3 months
Dominican RepublicYes   
GreenlandYes   
GrenadaYes   
GuadeloupeYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 15 days
HaitiYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 3 months
JamaicaYes   
MartiniqueYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 15 days
MontserratYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 6 months
Nicaragua Yes Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 30 days
PanamaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 180 days
SabaYes   
Saint BarthelemyYes   
Saint Kitts and NevisYes   
Saint LuciaYes   
Saint MartinYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 15 days
Saint Pierre and MiquelonYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
Saint Vincent and The GrenadinesYes   
Sint EustatiusYes   
Sint MaartenYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
Trinidad and TobagoYes   
Turks and Caicos IslandsYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90\ days
Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries (North America)

South America

Country/NationVisa-free accessVisa-on-arrivalE-VisaDuration of stay and more
ArgentinaYes      Dominica Nationals holding a regular passport and an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) traveling as tourists can stay for a maximum of 90 days. However, they’ll need to have a printed confirmation of the ETA’s approval. Check here for more details http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/ave/index.htm
Bolivia Yes Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
BrazilYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days within 180 days
ColombiaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
EcuadorYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 90 days
French GuianaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 15 days
GuyanaYes  Citizens of Dominica can stay for a maximum of 6 months
PeruYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 183 days
SurinameYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 6 months
UruguayYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 3 months
VenezuelaYes  Holders of Dominica passport can stay for a maximum of 90 days
Dominica Passport Visa Free Countries (South America)

Benefits of a Second Passport

There are numerous reasons attached to owning a second passport through citizenship by investment. Some of them include:

1.  Potential tax breaks

Some countries have a much lower tax rate than others. If you own a business, operating it in a region where the tax rates are lower means more profit for you. This can only be possible if you own a second passport.

2.  More opportunities

Several opportunities abound when you obtain a second passport. The reason is that with a second citizenship, you get to enjoy services like security, healthcare, education, transport, and more benefits. These new opportunities can be particularly crucial in terms of quality of living, especially if you’re coming from a nation where the economy is underdeveloped or still developing.

3.  An escape route when crisis knocks

Political crisis and instability can unsettle the peace of any nation. When this occurs, it’s the citizens who have to suffer the consequences as movement within the territory becomes difficult. If you have a second passport, you won’t have much to worry about as you can easily leave the nation for your adopted country. Of course, you can always come back when the dust settles but your life is more precious. So, if you sense any sign of tension brewing at your home nation, just take the next exit using your second passport.

4.  Expand your knowledge of the world

With a second passport, you can tap into a new knowledge of the world. You’ll easily grasp a much-expanded understanding of social constructs. Living in a new society lets you gain a broader view of how the world operates. This can benefit you in a lot of ways. For instance, your communication skill gets diversified as you get to learn a new language.

5.  New business opportunities

As an investor or business owner, you’ll want to seek new ways to grow your financial portfolio. It’s always harder to set up a new business in a country you’re not a citizen of. However, with a second passport, you could set up a regional business empire effortlessly without stiff restrictions from the authorities of your new country.

Conclusion

You could travel the world more often with your family and not have to worry about the headache of applying for visas. Within 4 months, you could own a Dominica passport and travel freely across 150 countries and more. What’s more, the entire process of getting Dominica citizenship doesn’t even require you to take a trip to the nation neither do you have to learn the language. We can take you through the entire process from start to finish without you having to break a sweat. Contact us today and we’ll show you how to get Dominica citizenship easily.