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Investment Options

Investment Options

To be eligible for citizenship of the Commonwealth of Dominica under its Citizenship by Investment Programme, you must make:

EITHER

A contribution into the Economic Diversification Fund (EDF) amounting to a minimum of USD 100,000 for a single applicant, and increasing depending on the number of dependants included in the application;

OR

An investment in designated real estate with a value of at least USD 200,000.

The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica invites investments that will generate sustained economic growth and prosperity, and create jobs and business opportunities for the people of Dominica. The Government is committed to continuing to provide the legislative and administrative framework, and fiscal and technical support, necessary to encourage your investments and attain these goals. Dominica is creating modern, diversified, sustainable, and resilient economic structures to meet the demands of a highly competitive global environment. 

The Dominica Government Fund finances public and private sector projects in the country in an effort to increase national development and support the islands social progress and financial security. Public sector projects identified for financing by the fund include renovating the local hospital, building new schools, constructing a national sports stadium, and promoting the Island of Dominica offshore industry. Private sector projects financed by the fund primarily focus on advancing the nation’s information technology, tourism, and agricultural sectors.

The cost to become a Dominica citizen is likely increase substantially by end of 2018, bringing the country’s prices more in line with other Caribbean citizenship programs.