Dominica ranks among the safest countries in the Caribbean and Latin America in new Citizenship Report
In the Caribbean, Dominica followed Uruguayan safety and security score of 82 and from Costa Rica 79. Iceland, New Zealand and Switzerland ranked first in the world, while economic giants like France (76.5), the United States (64.4) and the United Arab Emirates (65.9) are far behind Dominica.
The report acknowledged recent weather storms in the Caribbean but gave Dominica a high reputation due to authorities prioritizing rapidly developing climate-resilient infrastructure on the island. “The region has also emphasized physical security, rule of law and political stability. More importantly, Dominica ranks high in categories such as voice and accountability, where citizens feel empowered to hold leaders accountable to their demands and needs,” the report said.
The WCR also offers a comprehensive insight into the minds of citizens and investors around the world through more than 500 interviews taking into account their top five priorities: safety and security, quality of life, economic opportunity, global mobility and financial freedom. . Overall, with lucrative opportunities that appeal to business people and families alike Dominica Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program, the BFR has placed Dominica in the top 30 percent of 188 jurisdictions worldwide.
“Caribbean citizenship offers global citizens access to some of the best tourism and business markets in the world through its growing list of visa-free and visa-on-arrival destinations. But the COVID-19 pandemic has placed international travel under significant restrictions and left us wondering whether health systems can adequately manage a global health crisis,” said CS Global Partners CEO, Micha Emmett.
“As a result, many high net worth individuals (HNWIs) focus more intensely on the importance of issues such as their quality of life, health care, safety and security, and financial planning.”
Dominica began welcoming foreign nationals to obtain citizenship in 1993. The nation has been ranked as the top CBI initiative for five consecutive years in the CBI Index, published by the Financial Times’ Professional Wealth Management magazine. The island is politically and economically stable, with a low crime rate and rich investment opportunities. After submitting all correct documentation through an authorized agent, successfully passing due diligence checks and making a qualifying contribution, investors become Dominica citizens for life. They also gain the right not only to live, work and study in the country, but also to pass on their citizenship to future generations.
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SOURCE CS Global Partners