In our detailed overview of obtaining a Dominica passport we will provide a step-by-step guide to applying for citizenship by investment in Government Fund and give the insights of specifics and peculiarities of the application process. Reviewing this information will take 10-15 minutes and it will give you the answers to each question that you might have. Just facts and specifics based on our experience of working with the program.
Signs a contract with Migronis and pays 50% of the cost of the company’s services (the amount depends on the package of services chosen by the client).
Reviews the applicant's documents before signing the contract in order to assess the chances and possible risks that may occur during application process. Prepares a contract.
Provides the company with originals or notarized copies of all necessary documents, and fills out a form. Also, the investor and all his family members undergo health examinations, as well as get tested for HIV.
Takes copies of original documents, arranges for their translation, legalization and apostilization. Arranges health examinations and HIV testing. Sends questionnaires to be filled out.
$ 3,000– $ 10,000 for preparation of documents. The final amount will depend on the number of family members and the documents provided. These costs cover:
Preparation of the entire package of documents according to check-list, translation and legalization carried out. Questionnaires for the state forms are sent to the client for signing.
Fills out questionnaires in English or in their native language, information from which is necessary for filling out government forms for the application for a Dominica citizenship by investment. Signs government forms filled in by the company and ready for submission.
Fills out the forms on behalf of the client, organizes and controls the process of collecting all certificates, their translation and legalization.
From $ 200 for the delivery of a package of documents to Dominica. The cost depends on the weight of the documents.
The package of documents is prepared according to a check-list, agreed with the CBIU and ready to be sent.
Pays due diligence fees and government fees.
Sends a package of documents to Dominica. Our lawyer in Dominica submits the case to the government.
Accepts documents, issues a written confirmation of the acceptance of the case.
$ 7,500 for due diligence of the main applicant; $ 4,000 for due diligence of each applicant over 16 years of age (the duration of examination of documents is 90 days); $ 1,000 – fee for the application examination.
Contributes a donation to the Government Fund. Pays the rest of the cost of Migronis' services.
Sends additional notifications to the client - confirmation letters from the Citizenship Division. After the completion of the due diligence procedure the company sends the investor a positive decision on the grant of citizenship and instructions on making a donation to the government fund.
Examines documents, carries out the due diligence procedure. At each stage of examination sends to the applicant confirmation letters (transition to the second stage, approval of the petition).
$ 100,000-200,000 for payment of a non-refundable contribution ($ 100,000 – per one applicant, $ 200,000 – for a family of 4); Payment for Migronis’ services (the remaining 50% or 100% depending on the selected package).
Receiving the letter of approval of the petition.
Pays fees for issuance of a passport and a certificate of naturalization.
Follows up payment of invoices by the client.
$ 1200 per applicant payment of the passport fee for each applicant; $ 250 per applicant — payment for the certificate of naturalization.
We help to obtain certificates of no criminal record in all countries where the client lived earlier or had a residence permit. In most cases, the participation of the client at this stage is not required. In our practice, apart from the CIS countries, there have been cases of obtaining certificates from Switzerland, Israel, England, the United States, Spain, Italy, Poland, Latvia, the United Arab Emirates and other countries.
We independently prepare a case, translate and legalize documents, so the case is prepared quickly and without errors, and thereafter successfully passes the examination at the Immigration Citizenship Agency.
You initially provide a full package of documents. Delays may occur during the a period of high demand for citizenship, for example, in times when special offers are valid.
We will remind you about the necessity to renew your passport six months prior the expiration date, and we will arrange for a replacement without visiting the island and taking active actions by the applicant. The process takes from one to two weeks. The renewal procedure takes up to 7 days - the passport form, the original passport, a copy of the certificate of naturalization are submitted and the passport fee is paid.
Expert in Dominica Citizenship by Investment program
“In the summer of 2017, the Dominica program was ranked first in the rating of the Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management (PWM) magazine. Dominica is ahead of 11 EU and Caribbean countries providing citizenship by investment. The experts highly appreciated the accessibility of the program, the simplicity and speed of obtaining citizenship, the quality of a due diligence check. Launched in 1993, the program is the most accessible for the 1st applicant. Passport holders receive visa-free access to 136 countries of the world, and can enjoy social and political security, tax preferences and complete confidentiality. Any person eligible for the program can obtain citizenship of Dominica. At the same time, it is important to understand that the final result and the speed of consideration of the case depend on the accuracy and completeness of the submitted documents.”
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