New Dominica CIP rules makes it easier to gain dual citizenship2016-12-27
Effective as of December 2016, Dominica Citizenship by Investment Program recognizes children of up to 28 years of age and parents of applicants with over 55 years of age fully supported by the main applicant. No longer family members need to submit multiple applications; the new regulation allows the main applicant to include all family members that falls into the financial requirements and age descriptions into his or her application.
Dominica is the only place in the Caribbean who is a part of Citizenship by Investment Program that allows for such a wide age frame. Normally, most of the islands only allow for dependents of up to 26 years of age and parents of over 65 years to be included in the application.
The government processing fees for Dominica Citizenship though investment in real estate is as follows:
Main applicant: US$50,000
Child 0-18 y.o.: US$20,000
Dependent 18-28 or 55+ years of age: US$25,000
In case of real estate investment, government processing fees will apply. For family of 4 the application fee is US$75,000 and for a family of 6 is US$ 100,000.
To qualify for citizenship of Dominica through purchasing real estate, individual must invest in an approved project not less than US$ 200,000.
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