Dominicans are eligible for scholarships from Ross University School of Medicine – a renowned US offshore medical school owned by DeVry University, but based on the island. The School’s graduates are known for earning more residency positions than those from other schools world wide, and for scoring high on the US Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE).
Investors in real estate can resell and recover their investment costs after three years, by selling their interest to individuals not seeking citizenship; or after five years to a prospective citizenship applicant.
Dominica’s programme allows for multiple citizenships and does not at any time notify an applicant’s home country about his/her citizenship.
Funds invested into real estate projects in Dominica are kept in an Escrow account accessed only by the Government and the Developer. Funds released to the developer must be approved by the government for work actually completed. As such, the government ensures funds are not misused.
Attaining Dominican citizenship is a simple, three-month process that never requires an applicant to reside in Dominica, or ever visit Dominica. It also carries no interview or languages requirements, and does not require applicants to demonstrate any minimum net worth.
Dominica’s citizenship programme offers the same benefits as other Caribbean programmes, but at a fraction of the cost. At a donation cost of US $100,000, or a minimum investment of US $200,000 in real estate, it is by far the most affordable citizenship programme in the world. Further, the programme allows for applicants to apply…
Dominica has no capital gains tax, global tax, or inheritance tax. Further, as long as citizens never earn income in Dominica, they will never be required to pay income taxes in Dominica.
A second passport from Dominica allows visa-free, and visa-on-arrival travel to over 130 countries, including the 26 member states of the Schengen area, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, and South Korea. View the full list
The grant of citizenship is for the lifetime of the applicant. This continues even after the applicant sells his/her interests in a real estate project in Dominica.
The grant of citizenship is for the lifetime of the applicant. No renewal or further process is required.