Second Passport

The Caribbean citizenship-by-investment programme is the only program operating in the Asia Pacific region. This program requires a financial contribution of at least USD 100,000 to the national development fund.

Second Passport Facilities

Four Best Countries For Second Citizenship

Greneda Passport

Grenada grants citizenship within just three months of filing. No personal visit is required. A key feature is that siblings, parents and grandparents of the main applicant or their spouse, can be included in the application.

There are two options:

  1. The applicant is expected to donate a minimum of $150,000 U.S. to Grenada’s National Transformation Fund. For a family of four, the investment by way of a donation would be $200,000 U.S.  
  2. A second attractive option is to invest $220,000 U.S. as a co-owner in a local real estate project for five years, which compares favorably to what other countries want in return for their citizenship.

A Grenada passport allows visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 143 destinations, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia and the U.K., as well as Europe’s Schengen Area. Another exclusive benefit for a Grenadian passport holder is that it can be a bridge to an American E-2 investor work visa thereby accessing the U.S.A.

St. Kitts and Nevis Passport

The first country that deserves special attention is St. Kitts and Nevis. This country runs the oldest citizenship by investment program in the world. It offers its citizenship to investors within just 60 days from when the application is submitted.

At the moment there are two categories for investment :

1. A donation of $150,000 U.S. into a Sustainable Growth Fund for an individual or even for a family of up to four, or 2. Buy a property for $200,000 U.S. for seven years, or buy a $400,000 U.S. property for five years, which will give an applicant and any family members full citizenship following the payment of processing fees.

Grenada & St. Kitts and Nevis

Vanuatu & Dominica


The Vanuatu citizenship-by-investment programme is the only program operating in the Asia Pacific region. This program requires a financial contribution of at least USD 130,000 to the national development fund.


South Pacific island nation of 80+ islands With visa-free access/visa on arrival to over 100+ countries throughout Asia, Americas, Africa, Middle-east, Oceania and the Caribbean. Possibility to apply for an online visa or long-term visa for Australia Can include parents, spouse and dependent children up to age 25 Has both English and French as official languages The only Citizenship-by-investment program in the Asia Pacific region No language requirements for residency or citizenship Tax haven, with extensive tax benefits: No personal income or corporate tax. No withholding tax and capital gains tax. No estate, wealth and gift tax.

Dominica Citizenship - Second Passport

The Dominica Citizenship by Investment Program was introduced in 1993 by the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica, allowing foreign investors to acquire citizenship under certain conditions. This is now one of the world’s longest-running economic citizenship schemes and one of the most reputable. Applicants obtain an irrevocable citizenship and passport without having to reside in the country or renounce their current nationality.

Dominica Passport Specifications

The Dominica passport is an official travel document issued to all Dominica citizens, which serves as proof of identity during international travel, as well as official proof of citizenship of the Commonwealth of Dominica. The passport obtained by native Dominican citizens is not any different from the passport obtained through the Dominica Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program.

Benefits of the biometric Dominica passport: While the traditional passport contains only 32 pages, Dominica’s biometric passport consists of 50 pages, affording its passport holders less time and cost between passport renewals. Dominica’s biometric passport contains an integrated electronic chip that has the passport holder’s biometric data and enables the use of facial recognition technology, adding to the security and power of the Dominica passport, as well as to the efficiency of travel. The personal data pages are water-resistant, and the writing is laser engraved making it more durable and effective. The new passport design is also more aesthetically pleasing, modern, and proudly reflects the heritage of the island.