DOMINICA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT
Citizenship by investment in Dominica is available through two options. The first is by making an economic contribution (donation) to the country under the government’s investor visa programme. The second option available since January 2015 is through real estate investment.
Dominica has become one of the most affordable and flexible second passport programmes available. Until 1993 it was not possible to gain Dominican citizenship without residing in the country. The Dominican government changed that with the Economic Dominica Citizenship programme whereby the need for residency to gain citizenship was waived. Applicants making such a contribution are granted full citizenship for themselves and their family allowing visa-free travel to over 137 countries including the UK and the EU Schengen zone.
Important Note: Only certain international agents are authorised to promote the Dominica program. La Vida is approved by the Dominican government to promote the Dominica Citizenship by Investment programme.
Children included up to age 30 and dependent parents over 55 can be included. Citizenship is granted for life and there is no requirement to reside in Dominica. Processing time is around 60-90 days. Government, Professional and Due Diligence fees apply.
DONATION TO GOVERNMENT FUND
The most affordable way to Citizenship in Dominica is through the contribution option. This starts at just $100,000 for a single applicant plus fees, or $200,000 for a family of four.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
Since January 2015 La Vida is able to offer the real estate by investment citizenship option in Dominica. Investors can now invest in property in Dominica to gain the golden visa and citizenship. For further details please contact us by completing the form below. The required real estate investment of $200,000 is lower than citizenship programs in neighboring St. Kitts and Antigua. Dominica was previously imposing some country restrictions (in particular Afghanistan, Chechnya, Iraq, North Korea, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen) but has recently changed its policy and will consider applicants from any country.