Dominica citizenship
Dominica citizenship

Dominica citizenship

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From 100,000$
Investment size
3-4 months
Processing time
Visa B1/B2
US tourist visa for 10 years
3 years
asset length of ownership

Dominica

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Dominica is a country located on the island of the same name in the Caribbean Sea. The island is named in Spanish in honor of its opening day - Sunday. The English and French colonialists have long disputed the right of ownership of the island. In 1763, Dominica officially became a colony of Great Britain, and achieved independence in 1978. Dominica is sometimes called the "Caribbean Island of Nature", which apparently reflects its pristine natural beauty. It is the youngest island among the Lesser Antilles,
The island is actively visited by tourists. The capital of Dominica, the city and port of Roseau— occupies a dominant position on the island. Melville Hall Airport is located near the capital. The second most important place is occupied by the city of Portsmouth.

Capital
Roseau
Population
74,243
Official language
English
Currency
Eastern Caribbean dollar
The country's area
751 sq. km
Average temperature
+28С
Major Religion
Christianity
Why should you choose Dominica

Citizenship benefits

1.
World without borders
Passport of a citizen of Dominica is an excellent document for free movement around the world, allowing you to visit 135 countries and territories without a visa, including all Schengen states and Russia;
2.
Available
Investment from $100 000 for a single applicant and $150 000 for family of four
3.
Comfortable
No minimum stay required. Remotely document processing and application.
4.
Perspective
Dominica citizenship is granted permanently and can be inherited.
5.
Easy
No language test or interview required
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Visa-free countries

135 countries available to Dominica citizens
Australia and the Territories
visa-free
Austria
visa-free
Andorra
visa-free
Antigua and Barbuda
visa-free
Argentina
visa-free
Armenia
visa-free
The Bahamas
visa-free
Bangladesh
visa-free
Barbados
visa-free
Bahrain
visa-free
Belarus
visa-free
Belgium
visa-free
Benin
visa-free
Bulgaria
visa-free
Bolivia
visa-free
Bosnia and Herzegovina
visa-free
Botswana
visa-free
Brazil
visa-free
Vanuatu
visa-free
The Vatican
visa-free
Great Britain
visa-free
Hungary
visa-free
Venezuela
visa-free
East Timor
visa-free
Vietnam
visa-free
Gabon
visa-free
Haiti
visa-free
Germany
visa-free
Grenada
visa-free
Greece
visa-free
Georgia
visa-free
Denmark
visa-free
The Dominican Republic
visa-free
Egypt
visa-free
Israel
visa-free
India
visa-free
Indonesia
visa-free
Jordan
visa-free
Iran
visa-free
Irish
visa-free
Iceland
visa-free
Spain
visa-free
Italy
visa-free
Cape Verde
visa-free
Cambodia
visa-free
Qatar
visa-free
Kenya
visa-free
Cyprus
visa-free
Kyrgyzstan
visa-free
China
visa-free
Colombia
visa-free
Comoros
visa-free
Costa Rica
visa-free
Cuba
visa-free
Laos
visa-free
Latvia
visa-free
Lithuania
visa-free
Liechtenstein
visa-free
Luxembourg
visa-free
Mauritius
visa-free
Mauritania
visa-free
Madagascar
visa-free
Malaysia
visa-free
Maldives
visa-free
Malta
visa-free
Micronesia
visa-free
Mozambique
visa-free
Monaco
visa-free
Nepal
visa-free
Netherlands Antilles
visa-free
Netherlands
visa-free
Nicaragua
visa-free
Norway
visa-free
United Arab Emirates
visa-free
Panama
visa-free
Peru
visa-free
Poland
visa-free
Portugal
visa-free
Russia
visa-free
Romania
visa-free
San Marino
visa-free
Saint Lucia
visa-free
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
visa-free
Seychelles
visa-free
Saint Kitts and Nevis
visa-free
Singapore
visa-free
Slovakia
visa-free
Slovenia
visa-free
Solomon Islands
visa-free
Tanzania
visa-free
Trinidad and Tobago
visa-free
Tunisia
visa-free
Turkey
visa-free
Ukraine
visa-free
Uruguay
visa-free
Fiji
visa-free
Philippines
visa-free
Finland
visa-free
France
visa-free
Croatia
visa-free
Montenegro
visa-free
Czech
visa-free
Switzerland
visa-free
Sweden
visa-free
Sri Lanka
visa-free
Ecuador
visa-free
Estonia
visa-free
South Africa
visa-free
South Korea
visa-free
Jamaica
visa-free
Hong Kong
visa-free
Faroe Islands
visa-free
Greenland
visa-free
New Caledonia
visa-free
French West Indies
visa-free
French Guiana
visa-free
French Polynesia
visa-free
Bermuda
visa-free
British Virgin Islands
visa-free
Gibraltar
visa-free
Cayman Islands
visa-free
Montserrat
visa-free
St. Helena Island
visa-free

Tax regime

Taxation in Dominica depends on the status of the taxpayer and is progressive and amounts to 15%-35%.

Non-residents pay taxes if they receive income from sources in the country.
Residents pay tax on all income earned in the country and abroad.

An investor does not become a tax resident after receiving a passport. This status can be obtained if you live in the country for more than 183 days a year. Participants in the Dominica Citizenship by Investment program are not required to live in the country either before or after obtaining a passport.

When buying real estate, stamp duty, legal and judicial taxes are paid, as well as tax to the Insurance Fund, which is 10.5% of the transaction amount.

There is no capital gains tax or real estate tax in Dominica, but depending on the area, a local municipal tax is paid, amounting to about 1.25% of the property value.
Companies in Dominica pay 25% of profits and contribute 7% of employees' salaries to social funds.

In order to avoid double taxation, Dominica has concluded an agreement with all Caribbean countries (CARICOM).

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Business set up

  1. Choosing the type of activity
    Get advice from our experts, determine the type of activity and choose the appropriate legal form. Dominica has a strict business type policy and this may significantly affect business operations in the future.

  2. Choosing a name and registering a company
    • Register a company in Dominica with CIPO;
    • Submit information about the new company to the Department of Internal Revenue and obtain a tax number;
    • Register with the Dominica Social Security System;

  3. Opening a bank account

  4. Obtaining all necessary permits and licenses

How to obtain citizenship

Investment options for Dominica citizenship

Real Estate Investments
Real Estate Investments
Applicants can make investments in real estate in Dominica in order to become citizens. This can be the purchase of real estate on the island or an investment in the reconstruction or development of the property.
Contribution to Public Funds
Contribution to Public Funds
Applicants can contribute to Dominica's public funds, which finance various projects and initiatives in the country.
Business Investment
Business Investment
Applicants can invest in businesses on the island, create jobs and contribute to the economic development of Dominica.

Post-immigration services

Apart from company registration, opening a bank account for an individual,opening a bank account for a company, there are other post-immigration services available, as following:
Real estate services
Real estate services

Exclusive real estate services

Banking assistance
Banking assistance

Banking assistance (local and offshore accounts)

Company registration
Company registration

Company registration/incorporation (local and offshore companies)

Police reports
Police reports

Police reports for approved clients

Driving license
Driving license

Getting a driver's license

Requirements for applicants

Main applicant
  • Applicants must make investments in the economy of Dominica. The program provides various investment options, including investing in real estate, contributing to public funds, or investing in business.
  • Applicants must not have a criminal record or be involved in criminal activity.
  • Applicants must undergo a medical examination and provide a medical certificate of their state of health.
  • Applicants must prove their financial independence and ability to make the required investments.
Restrictions
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Receipt process
citizenship

Step-by-step instruction
1
Submission of documents.
2
Comprehensive verification, bank registration.
3
Payment
4
Completion of the process and issuance of documents.
Submission of documents.
The applicant collects the necessary documents and fills out the forms for obtaining citizenship with the help of the consular department.
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Frequently Asked Questions

About obtaining citizenship of Dominica
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What is the amount of the initial contribution?

The initial amount is approximately 30% of the total investment amount and will depend on the program and the composition of the family.

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When should the second investment payment be made?
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How often are applications for citizenship rejected and what are the main reasons for this?
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If the applicant receives a refusal, what amount will be refunded to him?
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If during the process the applicant wants to renounce obtaining Dominica citizenship, what amount will be refunded to him in this case?
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How long does it take to obtain Dominica citizenship?
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What documents do I need to provide?
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If the applicant cannot come to the consular department, is it possible to submit documents remotely?
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Is an interview necessary?
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