The Commonwealth of Dominica is the 37th most powerful passport in the world, giving visa-free access or visa-on-arrival up to 135 countries.
A person of good character, health, financial standing with no criminal background can use the following options to gain Dominica citizenship from Dubai:
The contributions may be made in the following quanta :
Single Applicant : US$ 100,000
Spouse of the Main applicant : US$ 50,000
Sibling of the Main applicant of Spouse US$ 50,000
Family of four : US$ 175,000
Each additional dependent : US$ 25,000
Investment in government approved real estate.
Minimum Investment: US$ 200,000
Additional Government fees will apply.
The island of Dominica is situated in the Lesser Antilles, in the West Indies. It is among the larger islands of the group. Known as the "Nature Island," is filled with wonders of nature, with many rare plants and animals, and 350 rivers, and numerous hiking paths crisscrossing the islands. The residents say there are 'more mountains than people' on the island, which has many volcanoes, active and dormant. The world's second-largest hot spring called "Boiling Lake" is also located here.
Dominica is a peaceful and politically stable state, which gained independence from Britain in 1978. It is one of the few Republics in the Caribbean with a democratically elected government.
Dominica is also a member of the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States and the Caribbean Development Bank. In 1978, it joined the United Nations and International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, and the Organization of American States the following year, giving it in good standing in the world community.
Dominica benefits from the Caribbean Basin Initiative that grants duty-free trade with the US for goods and services and developing as an international financial center, with strong offshore banking and payment processing.
Windward Isles in the Lesser Antilles, in the Caribbean West Indies.
English, Dominican Creole
750 square kilometers
Tropical with a hot and humid rainy season from July to September and a cooler dry season from January to April