Named the Nature Island for its unspoiled natural beauty, Dominica is arguably the most breathtaking island in the Caribbean, boasting one of the best standards of living in the region.
Officially the Commonwealth of Dominica, this beautiful island boasts pristine sandy beaches, lush green mountains, acres of unspoiled tropical rainforests, and some of the best diving and hiking in the Caribbean. A diverse blend of English, French, African and Carib peoples and cultures, Dominica is a politically and economically stable state with the lowest crime rate in the region. In addition Dominica recognizes dual citizenship. The Economic Citizenship Program offers applicants a wealth of benefits and privileges:
To qualify for citizenship in Dominica, applicants must fulfill one of the investment options below in addition to meeting the following criteria:
A. Single Applicant
A single applicant is required to make a nonrefundable contribution of US$100,000 to the Economic Diversification Fund.
A nonrefundable contribution of US$50,000 for a qualified spouse.
A nonrefundable contribution of US$50,000 per qualified sibling aged 18-25 of the main applicant or the spouse.
A nonrefundable contribution of US$25,000 per qualified dependent of the main applicant or the spouse.
E. Family Option
A nonrefundable contribution of US$175,000 qualifies a family of four including the main applicant, the spouse, and two other dependents other than a dependent sibling.
Applicants may purchase property valued at a minimum of US$200,000 in a government-approved real estate development. The investment must be maintained for a minimum of three years. If maintained and sold after five years, the property qualifies the next applicant for citizenship as well.
Nationals of the following countries and territories will be treated on a case-by-case basis: Afghanistan, Chechnya, Iraq, North Korea, Pakistan, Sao Tome Principe, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Yemen.
Exceptions are applicants who have been legal residents in other countries for 10 years or more and whose investment funds do not originate from one of the above-mentioned countries. For case-by-case eligibility, please contact us.
Updated yearly, the Arton Index is an overall assessment and comparative benchmark of the country and its investment program.
Population Growth: 0.20%
GDP (per capita)
GDP (purchasing power parity)
812 million USD
Visa free countries
Caribbean, Island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean about halfway between Puerto Rico and Trinidad and Tobago
751 sq. km.
0-14: 21.84%, 15-24: 15.70%, 25-54: 41.97%, 55-64: 9.6%, 65+: 10.89%
English (official), French patois
Roman Catholic: 61.4%, Protestant: 28.6% (includes Evangelical: 6.7%, Seventh Day Adventist: 6.1%, Pentecostal: 5.6%, Baptist: 4.1%, Methodist: 3.7%, Church of God: 1.2%, Other: 1.2%), Rastafarian: 1.3%, Jehovah's Witness: 1.2%, Other: 0.3%, None: 6.1%, Unspecified: 1.1%
East Caribbean dollars (XCD), tied to USD
1 USD = 2.7 XCD