• Citizenship and a second passport for life for the applicant and dependent family members
  • Travel visa-free to more than 115 countries
  • Visa Free access to Schengen Area countries granted in May 2015
  • Enjoy tax free status
  • No requirement to reside in Dominica
  • No management or educational requirements
  • No country restrictions (Open to all applicants)



  • Applicants can make a non-refundable donation to the government fund or invest in a government approved real-estate project
  • Be over 18 years old
  • Have no criminal record
  • Provide all the documents are required in English
  • Provide a letter of application for economic citizenship addressed to the Minister responsible for Citizenship
  • Have basic knowledge of the English language
  • Make a deposit in a bank account at the National Commercial Bank of Dominica
  •  Must use a government authorised agent
  • After approval, every applicant must sign an oath of allegiance in front of a Notary Public, Justice of Peace or Commissioner of Oaths
  • Obtain the passport after the citizenship confirmation


Investment options

  1. The Government Fund option (non-refundable) Minimum to be invested:
  • USD 100,000 for a single applicant
  • USD 175,000 for applicant accompanied by a spouse
  • USD 175,000 for applicant accompanied by up to two children under 18 years old
  • USD 200,000 for applicant accompanied by a spouse and two children under 18 years old
  • Add USD 50,000 for each additional dependent of the main applicant other than a spouse
  1. The Real Estate option (saleable after 3 years)

Purchase authorised real estate with a minimum value of USD 200,000, which must be held for at least three years. In addition to the cost of the real-estate the following additional government fees apply:

  • Main applicant: USD 50,000
  • Spouse: USD 25,000
  • Dependent under 18: USD 20,000
  • Dependant aged 18-25: USD 50,000


Process (between 3-4 months)

  • Prepare all the documents required and submit them via an authorised agent, and pay due diligence fees