Dominica

Dominica is by far the happiest country in the world to live. It is a place with people who lived more than 100 years. It has a vibrant environment with friendly people and pristine beaches. It has a population of 74,608 people with a total area of 750-kilo meters.

This island is also called “Nature Island of the Caribbean”. Its untouched raw natural beauty attracts thousands of visitors each year. Dominica is not less than a paradise where countless small and big rivers and waterfalls merge into turquoise sea waters. Not to forget the emerald green mountains that surround this island, presenting a picture of utopia. You will never regret acquiring a second citizenship of Dominica.

Dominica offers the world’s second-largest hot water spring, lush green rainforest. It is home to many precious animal and birds’ species. If you love water sports such as snorkeling and swimming, this place is highly recommended for you.

Dominica is a small country with a size of Singapore with only 75000 people. It gained freedom from the UK in 1978 and became an autonomous country. It has its own parliamentary democracy with a prime minister and a president.

English is the official language but French and creole is also spoken in the country.

  • Visa-free/travel freedom to over 137 countries including Singapore, UK, Ireland, and Hong Kong
  • No objection on dual citizenship
  • No capital gains tax
  • No requirement to stay in Dominica before or after citizenship
  • Duty-free trade in the Caribbean
  • No restriction on the expulsion of profits
  • East Caribbean dollar is easily attached to us dollars
  • No educational or employment experience is required
  • Inclusion of dependent children under the age of 30
  • Inclusion of parents under the age of 55

Key requirements to qualify for Dominica citizenship are:

  • No criminal record
  • Excellent character
  • Perfect health conditions
  • Basic knowledge of the English language
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There are two different options to obtain Dominica Citizenship

OPTION 1

Donation to ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION FUND (EDF)

  • Main applicant: US$ 100,000.
  • Main applicant + spouse: US$ 175,000.
  • Main applicant + spouse + 2 children: US$ 200,000.

OPTION 2

REAL ESTATE

  • Investment in an approved property: US$ 200,000.

Dominica is by far the happiest country in the world to live. It is a place with people who lived more than 100 years. It has a vibrant environment with friendly people and pristine beaches. It has a population of 74,608 people with a total area of 750-kilo meters.

This island is also called “Nature Island of the Caribbean”. Its untouched raw natural beauty attracts thousands of visitors each year. Dominica is not less than a paradise where countless small and big rivers and waterfalls merge into turquoise sea waters. Not to forget the emerald green mountains that surround this island, presenting a picture of utopia. You will never regret acquiring a second citizenship of Dominica.

Dominica offers the world’s second-largest hot water spring, lush green rainforest. It is home to many precious animal and birds’ species. If you love water sports such as snorkeling and swimming, this place is highly recommended for you.

Dominica is a small country with a size of Singapore with only 75000 people. It gained freedom from the UK in 1978 and became an autonomous country. It has its own parliamentary democracy with a prime minister and a president.

English is the official language but French and creole is also spoken in the country.

  • Visa-free/travel freedom to over 137 countries including Singapore, UK, Ireland, and Hong Kong
  • No objection on dual citizenship
  • No capital gains tax
  • No requirement to stay in Dominica before or after citizenship
  • Duty-free trade in the Caribbean
  • No restriction on the expulsion of profits
  • East Caribbean dollar is easily attached to us dollars
  • No educational or employment experience is required
  • Inclusion of dependent children under the age of 30
  • Inclusion of parents under the age of 55

Key requirements to qualify for Dominica citizenship are:

  • No criminal record
  • Excellent character
  • Perfect health conditions
  • Basic knowledge of the English language

There are two different options to obtain Dominica Citizenship

OPTION 1

Donation to ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION FUND (EDF)

  • Main applicant: US$ 100,000.
  • Main applicant + spouse: US$ 175,000.
  • Main applicant + spouse + 2 children: US$ 200,000.

OPTION 2

REAL ESTATE

  • Investment in an approved property: US$ 200,000.
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