South Africans aspire Dominica Citizenship as the Region suffers an economy downturn

As the crime rates and violence increase in the South Africa Region and amid the economic crisis, the people are demanding to shift to the Caribbean island of Dominica so as to secure the future of them and their families.

South Africa: As the crime rates and violence increase in the South Africa Region and amid the economic crisis, the people are demanding to shift to the Caribbean island of Dominica so as to secure the future of them and their families.

Besides, the economy of the Region has been badly hit by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has brought poverty and more unemployment in the Region.

Over the last year, as a result, there has been a rise in demand for second citizenships, which had quickly became one of the most significant insurance plans for any South African to have.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns and the downturn in South Africas’ economy, it has led to rumours that a future wealth tax that could be utilised as a way of raising government revenue could negatively impact high net-worth and/or middle-class families, regarding to which the citizens are concerned about their future.

In addition, global mobility is one of the most important assets in securing a future for one’s family and the South African passport provisions visa-free access to approximately 102 nations.

Regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, long applications for visas restrict movement for many, while those who do not contain additional citizenship are limited in their travel independence.

Micha Emmett, the CEO of CS Global Partners, an investment immigration firm, has stated that there is a great concern among the people of South Africans during this unpredictable time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Emmett added that “South Africans are proud of their people, & most do not want to leave, but what if you have too? You are required to know what options you have available to you. If you do not have access to another citizenship via ancestral descent, then a quick and easy route is to invest in second citizenship through a Citizenship by Investment – CBI programme, which would give you and your family a Plan B which, given the current climate, is vital.”

Citizenship by Dominica –
The Commonwealth of Dominica is offering one of the most family-friendly options in the market, which enables the investors to combine a wide range of dependants into an application.

Under Dominicas’ world-leading citizenship programme, families who successfully pass the required security checks can obtain citizenship within 90 days.