Access to EU, United Kingdom, Singapore and Hong Kong.
To be eligible for citizenship of the Commonwealth of Dominica under its Citizenship by Investment Programme, one of the following commitments is required:
A contribution into the Economic Diversification Fund (EDF) amounting to a minimum of USD 100,000 for a single applicant, and increasing depending on the number of dependants included in the application; or
An investment in a designated real estate with a value of at least USD 200,000;
Further to this, a total of USD 8,750 for a single main applicant is required to cover government processing fees, due diligence fees, certificate of naturalisation fee and an expedited passport issuance fee. An additional USD 25,000 is also applicable if real estate is the chosen investment route. A further USD 1,200 may also be added for an expedited passport issuance process.
This means that the total capital outlay for a single applicant would amount to circa USD 108,750 if choosing the EDF contribution or USD 233,750 for the real estate investment route. This excludes any bank charges, statutory taxes and service providers’ professional fees.
An investment in authorised or approved real estate with a value of at least USD 200,000;
No business or stock exchange investments are currently available for this program;
A contribution into the Economic Diversification Fund (EDF) must be made by the main applicant amounting to a minimum of USD 100,000 for a single applicant, and increasing depending on the number of dependents, including:
USD 175,000 for a Main applicant and spouse;
USD 200,000 for a Main applicant with up to three qualifying dependants;
USD 25,000 for every additional dependent beyond three qualifying dependents;
Authorised real estate investment must be held for 3 years from the grant of citizenship. Furthermore, resale of real estate under the Citizenship by Investment Programme may only take place after 5 years of receiving citizenship;