Quick facts

  • Location: Island in the Lesser Antilles region of the Caribbean Sea.
  • Total area: 750 km2
  • Capital: Roseau
  • Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD)
  • Government: Unitary parliamentary republic and Commonwealth realm
  • Population: 72,337 (est. 2014)
  • Language: English (official).
  • Religions: Roman Catholic 61.4%, Protestant 20.6%, Other 18%
  • Visa-free or visa on arrival countries and territories: 137 

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Advantages of Citizenship

  • No physical residency requirements
  • Inclusion of dependent children up to 18 years old
  • No interview requirement
  • Inclusion of dependent parents / grandparents over 65 years old
  • No minimum level of education required
  • No management or business experience required
  • No taxes for non-residents
  • Dual citizenship benefits

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Timeframe of procedure

Up to 6 months in most of the cases.

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Requirements to the applicant

  • Clean criminal records
  • Source and origin of invested funds clarifications
  • Outstanding character
  • Excellent health conditions
  • Must be over 21 years old

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Investment options

Government Fund Donation Option
Government fee: US$100,000
Application fee (payable for online submission by credit card): US$1,000
Due diligence fee: US$7,500
Certificate of Naturalisation fee (per person): US$250
Passport & courier fee: US$300

Real Estate Option (only approved by the government project)
Cost of villa: US$255,000
Government fee: U$S25,000
Application fee (payable for online submission by credit card): US$1,000
Due diligence fee: US$7,500
Certificate of Naturalisation fee: US$250
Passport & courier fee: US$300

The villa can be resold after 3 years, or to another citizenship investor after 5 years.
The purchase of real estate enables the applicant to have sole ownership with title deeds. This enables the applicant to apply for a local Driving Licence/Tax ID etc. The villa complex is fully managed by the developer who has already established a successful development in Dominica.

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