Step 1: Preparation of applications
Preparation of Documents and Application Forms.
Step 2: Submission of application
The complete application package should be submitted to the Financial Services Unit, Ministry of Finance of Dominica.
Step 3: Comfort Letters and Investment Deposits
After reviewing the documents, due diligence has to be paid.
Step 4: Comfort Letters and Investment Deposits
After careful consideration of the application by the Financial Services Unit, the promoter/agent/applicant will be issued a approval letter from the Minister of Finance and Social Security. Upon receipt of the approval letter, the stipulated investment should be deposited into the Citizenship account.
I. Taking of Oath
Upon final approval of application by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Labour each applicant is required to sign an Oath of Allegiance before a Notary Public, Justice of Peace or Commissioner of Oaths. Parents or legally appointed guardians of minors, ages zero to sixteen (0 – 16) must sign the Oath of Allegiance on the behalf of the minor. At this point, Certificate of Naturalization is then prepared and forwarded to the promoter/agent/applicant.
Step 5: Procurement of Passports
Passports can only be issued after the applicant has been granted citizenship of the Commonwealth of Dominica, that is, after he/she is issued a Certificate of Naturalization under the authority of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Labour. The applicant/agent/promoter is entirely responsible for the securing of passports. No government officer or department is responsible for applying for passports for any individual. Passports can be procured by submitting the following to the Immigration Office, Police Headquarters, Roseau