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Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Second Passport from Dominica

After a short repose we are back!

There is a need to clarify a few points for prospective applicants who seek a second passport or foreign citizenship from the tranquil Caribbean region.  To begin, there are few islands offering Caribbean Citizenship. To date, only St.Kitts & Nevis and Dominica offer citizenship by investment options.  However, there are a number of persons who are about to proceed with their application for citizenship incognizant of the fact that Dominica or the Commonwealth of Dominica is quite distinct from the Dominican Republic. 

The island of Dominica is an autonomous state located between the French Overseas Departments of Guadeloupe, to the North, and Martinique, to the South, or latitude 15° 20 North of the Equator and longitude 61°22 West of Greenwich.  The official language is English, however, a French creole or patois is popular among the inhabitants.

On the other hand, the Dominican Republic shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti.  The Dominican Republic is located 18°28 and 69 °54 West Greenwich or west of Puerto Rico. The official language is Spanish and the ethnic composition of its population and the culture are different from that of Dominica. In the 2012 estimate, the population of the Dominican Republic stood at 10.09 million, whereas that of Dominica was approximately 73,000.00. Interestingly, citizens from both countries are called «Dominicans»." However, the Government of the Dominican Republic does not offer an Economic Citizenship Programme!  

Applicants are satisfied with their choice of the island of Dominica for foreign citizenship based on investment.  This internationally reputable small island state provides security at an affordable rate for those who seek dual citizenship in the current challenging economic times.


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