Dominica Prime Minister Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit met with Dominica Citizens Residing in UAE at Caribbean Trust Head Office
On Thursday 10 December 2015, Hon PM Roosevelt Skerrit addressed the Dominica Passport holders through Citizenship by Investment program in the conference held by the authorized agent Caribbean Trust Immigration Service.
PM Skerrit appreciated the president and founder of Caribbean Trust Immigration Aly El Dakroury for his phenomenal contribution in Dominica growth through Citizenship by Investment program. He also acknowledged that they don’t have any plans for restricting citizens of countries such as Syria, Pakistan, Iraq or any other countries, as they follow strict background check and due diligence.
PM Roosevelt Skerrit in Caribbean Trust Immigration office with Dr. Aly Dakroury and Mrs. Nivin Ali
PM quoted that presently Dominica Passport holder can travel to 120 countries visa free and they are in talk with other countries, so that by the end of 2016 Dominica citizens can travel to almost 250 countries without any visa restrictions.
Another good news for the investors is that they have number of opportunities to invest in the Nature’s Island of Dominica in different sectors like construction, real estate, agriculture and public sector.
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