The answers of the most frequently asked questions related to Dominica investment and real estate are given below. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any further information.
Applicants for Dominican citizenship must submit an application in English, pass an extensive background check for legal and security purposes, make a minimum investment in Dominica, and be able to afford all Dominica passport costs and fees associated with their CIB application.
Yes. A Dominica passport qualifies as a strong passport offering visa-free access and expanded mobility to over 130 countries.
$100,000 USD minimum. Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Programme provides two main avenues for Dominica passport-seekers, who can choose between making a cash donation and investing in Dominican real estate at a minimum cost of $100,000 USD and $200,000 USD, respectively, for a single applicant. For more information about investing in Dominican real estate, click here; for information about making a donation to Dominica, click here.
Yes. Successful applicants to Dominica can keep their original citizenship when they receive a Dominican passport. Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment programme is grounded in the recognized merits of dual citizenship, which expands travel freedoms and financial possibilities for recipients.
Dominica visa-free countries include top travel destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. The U.K., the European Schengen Area, Singapore, Kenya, and Brazil are just some of places you can go without a visa on a Dominican passport. Click here for the full list of visa-free countries for Dominica.
No. While Dominica’s pristine beaches and million-dollar views may look expensive, the island is surprising affordability. With its stable currency (fixed to the USD), low cost of living, and little-to-no tax responsibilities, Dominica offers high-quality living at a very reasonable price.
Beautiful, safe, and secure, the Caribbean island of Dominica is an ideal destination for those seeking increased travel mobility as well as financial security and opportunities for investment. A democratic government with low crime rates, a stable currency, and an attractive tax structure, Dominica is a haven for both investors and their families. Dominica’s Citizen by Investment Programme is one of the most popular on the market, providing extensive visa-free travel throughout Europe, Asia, and the world. The programme provides two main avenues for Dominican citizenship-seekers, who can choose between making a cash donation and investing in the island’s real estate. Investors will also enjoy a convenient, confidential, and streamlined application process. For more information about Dominica, click here.
Begin the application process by speaking with our expert consultants. They will provide answers to all your questions and advise you going forward. After assembling your required documents, submit your application and wait for it to be examined. All applicants for Dominican citizenship must undergo an extensive background check for security and legal purposes. Once your case is approved, you can make your investment in Dominica. After your investment is processed and all monies are received, you will receive your citizenship and Dominica passport! Contact Guideconsultants, here, for more information about the application process for Dominica immigration.
Dominica visa free countries are those that Dominican passport holders can enter without a visa. Alternatively, a second category of “visa-free” countries require Dominican passport holders to obtain an online (E-visa) and/or a visa on arrival for entry purposes. Because both these kinds of visas are usually granted almost immediately and require very little effort to obtain, countries requiring E-visas and visas on arrival are also considered Dominica visa-free countries. Click here for the full list of visa-free countries for Dominica.
No. You need a passport or an equivalent travel document in order to travel to Dominica.
Citizens from every country EXCEPT the Dominican Republic and Hati do not need a visa in order to visit Dominica. Citizens from most countries can enter Dominica and remain there
without a visa for up to 6 months. Citizens from these [insert link to the below page, which should be separate] countries can enter Dominica and remain on the island for up to 6 months without a visa. Citizens from all other countries must acquire a visa in order to stay in Dominica for longer than 21 days.
Brazil (3 months)
Cuba (28 days)
European Union (all E.U. citizens)
Papua New Guinea
Russia (90 days)
Trinidad and Tobago
Ukraine (90 days)
Uruguay (90 days)
The Dominican CBI fees vary according to the number of applicants as well as their age and relationship to the main applicant. In addition to the minimum individual investment and donation CIB fees of 100,000 and 200,000 USD, respectively, applicants are also subject to a number of fees related to processing and due diligence. For a complete breakdown of Dominican CBI costs, click here.
The average processing time for a Dominican citizenship by investment application is four months, although it can take longer or shorter depending on the nature of the application and the applicant.
While Dominican residents must pay personal tax, Dominican citizens are not subject to taxes on capital gains, foreign income, inheritance, wealth, or gifts.