Rebuilding Dominica After Hurricane Maria

Just days after being struck by Hurricane Irma, the small Caribbean island of Dominica endured its worst hurricane hit in history. Hurricane Maria made landfall as a Category 5 storm—the strongest possible grade—and destroyed properties, cut off communications and electricity, and cost lives. Nearly every single building and structure on the island was impacted by the storm including homes, government buildings, and agricultural crops.

Even Prime Minster Roosevelt Skerrit has to be evacuated as his home faced severe damage thanks to the 160mph+ winds that battered the island.

The UN humanitarian office has launched a $31 million emergency appeal to for aid to help the islands’ residents begin to rebuild their lives. And while cleanup has begun, it will be a long road to return the island to its pre-storm state.

For some, the devastation caused by a hurricane of this strength is an opportunity for renewal—a chance to start fresh. For others it will take years of hard work and sacrifice to bring things back to normal. But one thing remains, the island of Dominica still has lots to offer those who may be seeking a second citizenship. And now is the perfect time to make a commitment—every little bit counts.

The fees for a second citizenship are moderate to being with and until March 31, 2018, the Contribution Option is even more attractive. The fees are as follows:

Real Estate Option:
$25,000 for main applicant (formerly $50,000)
$35,000 for main applicant and spouse
$35,000 for family of four including main applicant (formerly $75,000)
$50,000 for family of six including main applicant (formerly $100,000)
$70,000 for family of seven including main applicant

Due diligence fees:
$4,000 for spouse for contribution option (formerly $7,500)

Processing fees:
$1,000 government processing fee for contribution (formerly $3,000)
$250 for certificate of naturalization (formerly $750)

*All prices are in USD.

If you would like more information, please get in touch with us and we will be happy to answer any questions, or offer a free consultation.

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