DOMINICA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT

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OVERVIEW

The Dominica Citizenship by Investment Program was introduced in 1993 by the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica, allowing foreign investors to acquire citizenship under certain conditions. This is now one of the world’s longest-running economic citizenship schemes and one of the most reputable. Applicants obtain irrevocable citizenship and passport without having to reside in the country or renounce their current nationality.

 

 

  • Processing time  -  4 months

  • Visa-free travel -  Instant visa-free to 143 countries including the Schengen States, UK, Singapore, and Hong Kong

  • Investment type  -  Donation to Dominica’s Government Fund or Real Estate Investment in Dominica

  • Investment cost  -  USD 100,000 for a single applicant or USD 175,000 for a family of 4

  • Family dependents  -  Spouse, children up to 30 years old, parents/grandparents without age restrictions, and siblings 25 years and below

  • Passport validity  -  For persons above 16 years of age, it will be valid for 10 years, for children under 16 it is valid for five years

COSTS

To be eligible for Dominica Citizenship under its Citizenship by Investment Programme, there are two options to choose from.

1.  DONATION – ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION FUND (EDF)

Non-refundable financial contribution to a Government fund. The cost varies depending on the number of applicants and their ages.

 

Single Application   -  USD 100,000

Main Applicant plus spouse  -  USD 150,000

Main Applicant plus spouse and 2 dependents below the age of 18  -  USD 175,000

Sibling of the Main Applicant/Spouse of Main Applicant aged 18 to 25 years  -  USD 50,000

Any additional dependent  - USD 25,000

 

2. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT

Real Estate Investment through one of the Government approved real estate projects which could be freehold property with title deed; hotel shares; fractional ownership or land. The investment and Government Fees are payable once Dominica’s citizenship is approved.

 

Minimum Investment  -  USD 200,000

GOVERNMENT FEES

In addition to the purchase of the real estate, there are Government fees to be paid:

 

Main Applicant -  USD 25,000

Main Applicant plus spouse  -  USD 35,000

Family of 4, including the main applicant. (spouse and/or dependents up to the age of 30)  -  USD 35,000

Family of 6, including the main applicant. (spouse and/or dependents up to the age of 30)  -  USD 50,000

Family of 7, including the main applicant. (spouse and/or dependents up to the age of 30)  -  USD 70,000

Sibling of the Main Applicant/Spouse of Main Applicant aged 18 to 25 years  -  USD 50,000

Sibling of the Main Applicant/Spouse of Main Applicant below 18 years  -  USD 25,000

 

DUE DILIGENCE & BACKGROUND CHECKS

Compulsory background checks are payable to the Government who appoints a preferred due diligence agency. These agencies use various international and local sources such as Interpol, World-Check, and other Government agencies. These fees are payable upon the submission of the application.

 

Main applicant  -  USD 7,500

Spouse  -  USD 4,000

Dependents over 16 years  -  USD 4,000

 

Citizenship Invest professional fees, official application forms, certification of citizenship and passport, courier & other disbursements are the only other costs associated. A detailed quotation with no hidden costs is provided for the specific case.

Compare Caribbean Citizenship Programs

The Caribbean Citizenship Programs are very attractive and cost-effective with minimum investment entry requirements from as low as $100 000 and excellent visa-free travel and tax benefits. Superior has created a tailor-made comparison table to enable you to easily navigate to the best program that suits your individual needs

 

                                           

*The chart above does not cover processing fees, due diligence, and advisory fees and is only representing the approx. minimum capital requirements that have to be met in order to participate in the program.

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