Dominica Citizenship Program

Dominica’s Economic Citizenship Program was established in 1993. The Economic Citizenship Program is enshrined in the constitution (Section 101). Investors may obtain citizenship by making a real estate investment in an approved project. Dominica’s citizenship may be obtained without language, residence or visitation requirements.

To maintain citizenship, investors are required to hold their qualifying investment for a period of three years, after which they may sell it.

Citizenship of Dominica through a Real Estate Investment

To qualify for citizenship in Dominica, the minimum investment is US$220,000 for each main applicant. Investors are also required to pay additional taxes and government fees.

The overall cost for a family of four is detailed below*:

Item   Cost
Cost of share   US$ 220,000
Government fees for the main applicant, a spouse and 2 dependents   US$ 75,000
Due Diligence fees**   US$ 15,000 (US$ 7,500 for the main applicant + US$ 7,500 for the spouse)
Share registration fees   US$ 8,800
Government processing fees   US$ 3,000
Certificate of Naturalisation, including stamp fees   US$ 3,000 (US$ 750 x 4)
Total Cost for a family of 4   US$ 324,800


*   Professional fees for citizenship processing are payable for all applications and will vary depending on the number of dependents
**  Dependents above the age of 16 will be required to pay due diligence fees of US$ 4,000

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