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Dominica - One of the Best Choices for Economic Citizenship
Economic citizenship program of the Commonwealth of Dominica established in 1991 is based on the Constitution, Section 101
and Citizenship Act, Sections 8 and 20(1), which provide for the Government to operate a program granting citizenship to
persons qualifying under criteria set by the Government.
Dominica, "the Nature Island", is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. It lies between the French overseas
territories of Guadeloupe and Martinique and is famous for its practically untouched nature – green mountains, countless rivers
and waterfalls. The area of about 300 square miles (750 sq km) is a home to approximately 70,000 people mainly of African
descent, few Carib populace - last in the Caribbean, and recently increasing white and Chinese population. Former British
dependent territory, it gained its independence in 1978, speaks English as the official language, as well as a local dialect
Creole, and has its law system based on the common law. The currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD or EC$), which is
very stable and has an exchange rate of about EC$ 2.70 for US$ 1.00. The Commonwealth of Dominica (not to confuse with the
Spanish-speaking Dominican Republic) is a politically and economically stable democratic state.
Following current policy guidelines, the economic contribution takes the form of a direct non-refundable payment made to the
Government. In exchange, investors and their families are granted full citizenship.
Dominica Recognizes Dual Citizenship
Dominica does not require you to renounce your current citizenship. Besides that, Dominica does not notify authorities of your
current country of residence or citizenship about your new citizenship. You in your turn have the right to renounce Dominica
citizenship any time if your circumstances require.
You are Granted Citizenship for Life and It’s Not Revocable
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