Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island nation with natural hot springs and tropical rainforests. To the west is Dominica’s capital, Roseau, with colorful timber houses and botanic gardens. Dominica is a diver’s dream and hiker’s paradise. It is the trailhead to adventure and discovery, unlike any other Caribbean destination. It has volcanic peaks, boiling waters and underwater champagne springs, sparkling waterfalls, rushing streams and rainforest. It has world’s second-largest hot spring, called Boiling Lake.
The island has lush mountainous rainforests, and it is the home of many rare plants, animals, and bird species. Dominica has been nicknamed the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean” for its natural environment. It is the youngest island in the Lesser Antilles. It was originally settled by the French, and then the British. Official language is English, and French is secondary vernacular.
Its area is 750 km2 (290 sq mi), and the highest point is MorneDiablotins, at 1,447 m (4,747 ft) in elevation. The population is 73,543 at the 2016 estimate.
Dominica is largely covered by rainforest and is home to the world’s second-largest hot spring, Boiling Lake. Dominica has many waterfalls, springs, and rivers. The Calibishie area in the country’s northeast has sandy beaches. Some plants and animals thought to be extinct on surrounding islands can still be found in Dominica’s forests.
Dominica is home to a wide range of people. Music and dance are important facets of Dominica’s culture. The annual independence celebrations display a variety of traditional song and dance. Since 1997, there have also been weeks of Creole festivals, such as “Creole in the Park” and the “World Creole Music Festival”.
Dominica’s economy depends on tourism and agriculture. Bananas and other agriculture dominate Dominica’s economy, and nearly one-third of the labor force works in agriculture.
The Commonwealth of Dominica offers an official and legally mandated economic citizenship to those seeking a valid second passport.
Why choose Dominica
Dominica runs one of the world’s most reputable Citizenship By Investment (CBI) Programs, which offers prudent investors the ability to access the world through a trusted and affordable route to a second citizenship. The CBI Program of Dominica has been operating since 1993. This highly reputable program invites investors of good character to make an economic contribution to the country. In exchange, should they meet strict legal and other requirements, the applicant and their family can obtain full citizenship of the Commonwealth of Dominica. The application process takes four to six months to complete.
Benefits of Dominica
- Dominican Citizens have visa free access to 119 countries including UK, EU.
- Dominican ranks 40th in terms of travel liberty.
- No tax if not residing in Dominica.
- Full residence status with the right to live, work and study in Dominica.
- No restriction on dual citizenship.
- No minimum stay is required to maintain residency.
- Citizenship is irrevocable once granted.
How To Apply
ASSESSMENT OF CLIENT DOCUMENTS & SUBMISSION
Our team will gather all necessary documents and submit for security check. The client has to sign an agreement to start the application.
APPLICATION FORM AND DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED
All documents and applications will be scrutinized by our team, to avoid mistakes and to ensure they are submitted in the proper format.
SUBMISSION TO OUR DOMINICA LAW FIRM
Once the files are properly prepared, they will be submitted to our Dominica law firm for verification.
DOMINICA OFFICE SUBMISSION TO GOVT.
Our Dominica office will submit the application to the Govt. , particularly to citizenship by investment unit. The authorities will assess the application, which may take 1-2 months. The approval will be received to submit the National Development Funds for the Govt.
ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP
Once the funds are verified by the Govt. , they will issue “Certificates of Citizenship” in a month signed and sealed.
Passport issuance will be approximately 1 month after submitting the passport application and payments for passport.