Dominica Officially known as the Commonwealth of Dominica is an island country in the Caribbean. The official name of the Commonwealth is Dominica and its capital is Rousseau
About Dominica and Citizenship through Investment
English is the official language of Dominica and most people in this island speak English. In addition, the native language of the Caribbean and even French can be seen from some people in the area. Regarding religion, different branches of Christianity can be seen in this island, but most of the people are Catholics and adhere to it.
As a citizenship applicant, you must be at least 18 years old, have a good personality and no criminal record, and be able and willing to provide assistance to the Dominican Government. You should have an authorized representative to help you prepare the necessary forms and supporting documents.
Obtaining Dominica citizenship through a citizenship program by investing
This option is an irreversible contribution to the government
The cost of your cooperation (starting at US $ 100,000) is determined by the number of dependents in the program
Once you have acquired Dominican citizenship, like all citizens, will have the right to live, work and study in Dominica. With a Dominica passport, you can travel with or without a visa when entering about 140 countries and territories, including important business centers.
It usually takes less than 4 months from the applicant’s application to the approval in principle
No, you don’t.
No, you don’t.
No, it will only be available by a legal representative
All documents and applications for citizenship are in English
Dominican passports are generally valid for up to 10 years. Passports for children under the age of 16 are issued for 5 years
Expired passports or those intending to exchange their passports can easily renew their passport at a very low cost at the Dominica Passport and Immigration Office or through any Dominican consulate (without the need for a personal trip to Dominica or its consulates).
There is no wealth, gifts, inheritance, foreign income or capital gains tax in Dominica. But, if you live in Dominica as a citizen, and earn more than $ 5,000, you will have to pay personal tax.
Yes, according to certain conditions, citizenship can be extended to your spouse, dependent children, parents and grandparents, your spouse’s parents and dependent siblings. cost vary based on the number of family members you include in your citizenship application.
A visa is required to travel to Canada and the United States, but it will be easier and faster to obtain a visa compared to an Iranian passport.
Citizenship application process through investment
No – You must submit your request through an authorized representative.
Yes, it is.
No, there is no obligation to participate in the interview. But an interview may be conducted at the discretion of the government.
No, you do not have to travel to Dominica during the process of obtaining citizenship and applying. However, we suggest you visit beautiful Dominica. You will be warmly welcomed in Dominica in exceptional circumstances where an interview is required. However, if you are unable to attend the interview in Dominica, they may decide to interview you at certain centers outside of Dominica, provided you can afford it.
No. You do not have to be in Dominica before or after being granted citizenship.
No, all citizenship application forms can only be obtained by the investment program through an authorized representative.
No, you must submit your citizenship application in English.
A certificate of no criminal record is a document certified by a law enforcement agency that indicates no criminal record.
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everywhere. The passport you obtained as a Dominican citizen is a completely legal passport and is accepted in all countries recognized by the United Nations.
Yes, Dominica law recognizes and allows dual citizenship, and you are not required to revoke your citizenship. You also do not need to reside in Dominica to maintain your citizenship status
You can easily renew for a fee at the Dominica Passport and Immigration Office or through any Dominican consulate (without the need for a personal trip to Dominica or its consulates).
You will have the right to have a passport as part of Dominica law and as a Dominican citizen.
No, you do not need an address in Dominica. You can renew your passport at the Passport and Immigration Office in Dominica or through any Dominican consulate, and you may simply provide your residence address as your residence