On Monday 26th July 2021, Dominica announced they will now issue E-Passports to Citizenship by Investment applicants. Following in the footsteps of most of their Caribbean neighbours, Dominica is the latest nation to offer an E-Passport, along with Saint Kitts, Grenada and Antigua. We expect St Lucia may also follow suit in the near future.

An Electronic ‘E’ passport, also known as a Biometric Passport, is a traditional passport with the addition of an electronic microprocessor chip embedded inside. The chip contains personal information, a photograph and biometric data which can be used to authenticate the identity of the passport holder. The microchip system helps countries enhance their border security and reduces the risk of identity theft and potential terrorists entering the country.  First introduced by Malaysia in 1998, over 150 countries worldwide now offer their citizens Electronic Biometric Passports.

Investors can gain a second passport in Dominica from just $100,000, plus fees for a single applicant or $200,000, plus fees for a family of four. To find out more and receive a personalised quotation, please contact us.

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