What is Dominica like?

Dominica was discovered by Christopher Columbus on a Sunday, where it has derived its name from.  It has gained its independence from the UK in 1978 and has since grown successfully as an independent nation. It is rich in its environment, inclusive of volcanic mountain peaks, clear beaches, and diverse flora and fauna. The country is part of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS). The Dominican culture treasures vibrant festivities festive and vibrant, as evidenced by their annual Carnival.

How can I reach Dominica?

Dominica has two airports, the main one being Douglas-Charles (DOM) and a secondary, smaller one called Canefield. International flights from US and Europe are connected to Dominia via hubs such as in Antigua, Barbados, St. Maarten and Puerto Rico. The biggest airlines operating to Dominica include LIAT, Winair, Air Antilles, and Seaborne Airlines. 

Are there residency requirements as part of the Citizenship-by-Investment Programme?

There are no residency requirements. 

What is the tax situation in Dominica?

There is no wealth, gift, inheritance, foreign income, or capital gains tax in Dominica. As a Dominican, you will be liable to pay personal tax if you reside and earn income in Dominica. 

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