AG projects $60-million from economic citizenship program

Attorney General Levi Peter
Attorney General Levi Peter

Dominica is expected to earn some $60-million for the financial year from the government’s economic citizenship program.

This is the projection given by attorney general, Levi Peter, in parliament earlier this week.

“One will see from the estimates the projection is for some in excess of $60-million, in terms of revenue for 2013-2014,” he stated.

Peter pointed out that the program has great potential to assist a small state like Dominica.

“It has enormous potential to assist us a small nation state that does not necessarily has a huge amount of natural resources going for it,” he stated.

According to Peter, Dominica must be ‘ingenious’ when it comes to raising finance because most Dominicans don’t like to pay taxes. “We know that most of us, if not all of us, don’t like to pay taxes,” Peter stated. “And if we have to pay taxes, most of us if not all of us, like to pay the minimum possible. In those circumstance the country must run and we have to make a contribution to the financial functioning of the state.”

He argued that the economic citizenship program and other programs derived from it ‘are programs that will generate income revenue for the state.’

Peter is hoping that the program exceeds the projection made. “Even if one were to look at a sum approaching $60-million, one can see what that sum can do for our state,” he said.

In his budget presentation prime minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, said the existing program will be expanded to target investors who prefer fixed investments, such as real estate, and/or a local address.

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73 Comments

  1. Am laughing
    August 6, 2013

    AsK D.Stowe how much did he say has to bepaid o the treasury. if i recall $100,000.00 US/family and $75K /individual.
    Some asked on radio if say a rich Arab shiek was prepared to pay 1 million US$ for passports for a family 0f 5 how much would the passport agent have to deposit in the trasury?
    he did not want to answer.

  2. Morihei Ueshiba
    August 6, 2013

    Dominica has one of the worst business climates in the OECS. Factors affecting Dominica’s business climate include the individual income tax, corporate income tax, Vat tax, & property tax.

  3. Justice and Truth
    August 6, 2013

    Dominicans do not like paying taxes. In bygone years they paid very little taxes which is why it is referred to a poor country. I often wondered how Dominica could survive. Times have changed and Dominica must change with the times.
    Dominicans will have to get used to paying their fair share of taxes. One way of doing this if it is not yet done is for the employed to pay income tax through payrolls.
    I reside in a country where if one wants to repair a shoe, a handbag, TV, Radio, etc., they must pay tax on them. In previous years we only paid for repairs; not so today.
    We pay tax for store purchases, groceries and others and on restaurant meals. Everywhere we turn we pay taxes. Our taxes are increasing such as property tax.
    This is what I heard an Ontario politician stated a few years ago: “We cannot go to the bathroom, bathe, brush our teeth, shave, cough and sneeze without paying taxes. This means, soap, toothpaste, shaving cream, toilet paper, face tissues, body lotions etc., are taxed. He made a good point.
    Some services are increased annually. When taxes are increased, obviously, we make a fuss but we still have to pay them. The saying, “Taxed to death and after death, for their estate.”
    As the words of a Trinidadian calypso: “Pay your taxes. Shut up and have respect” when Trinidadians commenced paying taxes or increased taxes in those days.
    In this country, those who owe the government tax will be called upon to pay up and to make arrangements to pay as soon as possible. They have no alternative but to do so. Otherwise their income will be garnished. Depending on how much they owe the government, their assets could be seized. Some of them may have to sell their houses or other property to pay the government for back taxes.
    I really do not view selling Dominica passports to investors as a wise idea. It appears to be an unsafe process. I do not like the idea. Those passports may get into the wrong hands and terrorists for that matter.

  4. John
    August 5, 2013

    Dominican passports are soon to become useless when travelling you will have to prove that you are not a terrorist when carrying one when entering another country other countries will know that anyone can buy one for the right price.

  5. John
    August 4, 2013

    Dominicans who are against this need to start an online petition to the US President Obama White House and US State Department through the US Embassy in Barbados to intervene because this will effect many countries if terrorists get their hands on Dominican passports and use the passports to enter countries to commit terrorist acts this is an international thing.

  6. marion
    August 4, 2013

    thats where the ministers get their pocket change.bah moin labor.yoe ne pour faire deux trois cai,

  7. Massacre
    August 4, 2013

    Corruption to the bone. Who will guard the guards.
    I want volunteer to be the one collecting the money.

  8. Rastar-Marn
    August 4, 2013

    Levi if and when you read this please explain in your next meeting whether or not that investment in the economic citizenship is going to produce residual income and are those funds gonna be utilized in the rehabilitation of sustainable projects like buying back domlec or revitalizing coconut products,,,

    Allyou just doz come dere and tell people a whole bunch of gibberish and dem people just accepting what allyou say without any scrutiny,,,

    It’s about time people start holing allyou accountable for the state of the economy and is about time charges start being brought against those whom jeopardize the state of the nation,,,

    See what dey did wiff d pardner in china d other day and what dey did to dat italian former Prime minister,,,

    When allyou time come noffing not stopping allyou own judicial system from dealing wiff allyou yeh so carry on,,,

  9. JUDGE DREDD
    August 4, 2013

    mr AG, leave those comments for skerrit, what i want to hear is how much money(perdiem) you make going to dubai and are you retiring your advances, cause i know that civil servants as foolish as they are used to get 40us dollars per 24 hours and this government is now giving them 10us dollars per 24 hours. the pm getting 400-500us per 24hrs… and non of those servants talking.

  10. Lil Bo-Pip
    August 4, 2013

    The “AG” is out of bounds. This is not in his job description. Corruption charges could be brought against him and the Skerritt Regime. They are not better than the drug dealers.

  11. dirty
    August 3, 2013

    Clearly , we need some one to tell us since the introduction of the economic citizenship programme how much money that the country has earned and what has happen to that money? we need accountability!!!
    Since the Ag is now saying that Dominicans do not like paying taxes and wants to pay the minimum amount of tax, is the monies earned from this programme deducted from the taxes we are to pay? well then send me my deductible amount, since that is the alternative.
    Finally how many of these passports that has been revoked,if any, since there are so many bad deals that has gone on,
    I therefore reccommend that such a programme be closed, concentrate on agricultural production and processing, take controle of the mining that is given up for next to nothing, create proper beach access and increase promotion with warm diplomatic relations with the western bloc countries where our tourists come from, and while we have good relations with China & Japan, train our people in the knowledge and production of soft and hard ware because we are part of the electronic world too; we consume, we need to build and repair these stuff that is going to waste.

  12. LPD FOR EVER
    August 3, 2013

    To my Government I AM from south and what i seeing you’re doing is getting rich and giving us task force and police station, not even schools..

    But I want to tell you’ll the passport selling am not for that, and particularly the people you’ll selling to, the type of check you’ll doing on them, lack of records, along with account abilities, and why is that money going, finally who is selling our passport!!!

    60 million means 6000 passport to end up maybe in the wrong hands and the state defrauded…

  13. Qwashi
    August 3, 2013

    Only 60 million? Wow! I can see another Layou Debacle. Its been years, no one has been held accountable for the 80 million Sink hole; the so called Layou river Hotel Project.

  14. August 3, 2013

    The job if an Attorney General is to carry out, explain and enforce the legal affairs of a State! The Attorney General is not a Comptroller or an accountant, He/She is not in a position to make ANY financial or budgetary projections. WHY DO OUR LEADERS BELIEVE WE ARE ALL NAIVE AND IGNORANT??? Sir, with all due respect, please get the HELL OUT OF HERE with your 60 million dollars projections. You are attempting to sway the votes of ignorant Dominicans with the mention of millions of dollars!
    Your projections would mean that the program already has applicants worth millions. Knowledgeable Dominicans know that this is very unrealistic and far-fetched to say the least. Given our lackluster Tourist Industry we know that there are not that much individuals interested in Dominica as you are suggesting!
    Applicants interested in the Economic Citizenship are those that have been to Dominica before and love the country and those folks are not many. Thus the majority of the applicants in your 60 million dollar projections are MOST LIKELY criminal elements seeking to either escape prosecution or expand their illegal enterprises. These type of people have the money and would be willing to pay any price for a safe haven where they could spread international destruction!
    DOMINICANS I URGE YOU TO COME OUT IN PROTEST OF THIS ECONOMIC CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM! Kill the Economic Citizenship Program now! Do not believe these POLITICAL LIARS!!!! Please make up your signs and come out in protest against this program NOW!!!!!!

  15. anonymous2
    August 3, 2013

    The “Dominicans don’t like taxes” who are you fooling. 15% Vat. Ridiculous port fees. And then there are all of those loans from other countries, especially China, which employ their workers (which is attributable to the attitude toward working of many Dominicans). Don’ see much progress or value for the dollars taken in. Nothing but a sell out.

    But hey, the rest of the Caribbean sells passports so why not join the club Not too long ago suspicion was caste on the whole idea. Beware of the sell out and take over.

    • GWATANCE
      August 7, 2013

      My friend compare $60mils to approx $!06mil which is assumed that is owing o the Treasury. DA is not manufacturing and production based. Then what? You are right this is the norm in the Region maybe for the mentioned reason. I totally agree that a monitoring method must be in place to avoid a back door take over in the future

  16. Grandbay
    August 3, 2013

    Mr. A.G can you also tell us how may of those people who buy our passports

    1)Come and reside in Dominica?
    2) Are known criminals in their countries and are running from justice?
    3)Do they come to Da to pick=up the passports?
    4) Who are the Dominican officials who are responsible for delivering the passports?
    5) Who collects the moneys?

    Dominicans, it is un-patriotic not to ask questions of elected officials. Open all you eyes.

  17. help
    August 3, 2013

    when I thought we were going to put a stop to the prostituting of our passport,our Govt’ is puffing out it’s chest about how much more passport it’s getting ready to sell?…Sorry Mr. Ag ,your Govt’s will never stop taxiing the heart and soul of it’s citizen,cause they are a bunch of Lazy-robbing hoods with no vision.

  18. Informed
    August 3, 2013

    I find this projection to be rather interesting considering that only EC $27 million was recorded last year.

    Does this have anything to do with the fact that the case against Fontaine is coming up and I hear that the respondents must give the court the information.

    My sources tell me that Fontaine has solid information, which will once and for all expose the crookedness taking place. No wonder they are trying their best not to have the case called.

  19. John Paul
    August 3, 2013

    We may live to regret this kind od “Citizenship for sale” under the Guise of “Investment”
    Our Passp[orts are falling in the hands of Nefarious Characters,Thety may be rich but they are not involved in legal business.Of Course those agents who benefit wont see it that way .

  20. August 3, 2013

    Dominicans expect more services from the government every year… but want to pay lesser and lesser taxes. The solution is to, either pay more taxes for these services or widen the tax base and increase revenue. Soooo, unless we can grow the population overnight, or start exporting more goods/services, then they’ll have to promote programs like the economic citizenship program. It just needs to be well managed. Gee, I’d take it a step further… “Come to Dominica, build a multi million dollar complex (hotel, light manufacturing, etc) and we’ll lease the land for $99/year!”…. Afterall, the gov’t has a whole bunch of land sitting idle. [Find your Dominican roots: http://www.georgedefoe.tribalpages.com/%5D

  21. JJ
    August 3, 2013

    Boss that whole citizenship program reminds me of a hooker who goes about plying her trade without anything coming ito the pimp’s coffers.Bro how much of that money finds itself into the treasury?how much of it goes into govt officials’ pockets?how much of that goes into the pockets of those crooked lyers(my bad)lawyers’ ? come straight with us bro and stop trying to pull wool over our eyes!!!

  22. Proud of PSS
    August 3, 2013

    How do you go from 8 million in 2011 -2012 to 60 million in 2013 – 2014 ? is that based on existing orders ?

    • Lil Bo-Pip
      August 4, 2013

      No! that’s the ‘projected’ figure. I’m amazed that the people of Dominica allow these kind of things to happen-and all they can do is write about it. Both leaders and followers; all are jokers.

  23. Discombobulated
    August 3, 2013

    The thing is, the guy is right. Dominicans don’t like to pay taxes. And furthermore, the authorities have not implimenting a way to collect taxes. Dominicans work on a cash in hand basis. The banking system has never really been used to its full potential, so you cannot track money at all.

    But the thing is, looking from the working man side of things. There is not enough money around to pay taxes anyway. Dominicans can barely survive on the little they currently make. How about you devise a way to tax more from the richer families in Dominica that seem to own everything, and let the poor man make his bread. How about trying to regulate the electricity, water and telephone companies in order to reduce their profits and increase competition in those sectors. Then, and only then can you consider implimenting a way to collect taxes. But you would also have to revolutionise the banking system and the way Dominicans are paid. Without a proper banking and payment system, monies due for taxes cannot be traced.

    Goodbye

    • John Paul
      August 3, 2013

      My Friend what are You saying ? 15 cents on the Dollar of everything You consume is called what ?It is called VAT!Every Person and business on this Island is paying 15 cents on the Dollar to the Government!If the price of Goods and Services rise the Vat also rises .Please we are paying alot !We can afford to do away with income tax!
      PLEASE DO Not OVERLOOK THIS VAT!

      • Discombobulated
        August 3, 2013

        Every country pay vat. 15% is actually low for vat. Income tax is a different story. Every country also has income tax. Some even have inheritance tax, much less for income tax. I was merely stating what I think anyway. I did say however that most Dominicans do not make enough to pay taxes. I guess you overlooked that half of the comment.

    • anonymous2
      August 3, 2013

      Research the history of taxes. Taxes are meant to make the rich richer and keep the poor poor. No one needs taxes if they have a government that has people that understand that the country must be productive in order to have a viable economy.

      DA was productive under certain administrations and the British, but everything has been dismantled by people more interested in either padding their bank accounts or without the knowledge and initiative to make the island self-sufficient which it clearly has the ability to be. Vote wisely and not by color or party.

      • Justice and Truth
        August 5, 2013

        If everyone would bear their responsibility as nationals, to their country, attend school, take their studies seriously and graduate, then seek employment and obtain one and contribute their fair share, probably, only then there would be no taxes.
        Since some are unemployed and the government must provide financial assistance for their livelihood, including maintaining other services and paying public servants, the employed must pay taxes.
        It is bad enough that the government receives loans and grants to sustain Dominica in general. This is also from taxpayers’ money. Everyone worldwide pays taxes, income and goods and service.
        With the types of people who exist, some of whom do not like working or seeking employment of whatever nature that they are qualified to perform and are doing absolutely nothing to help themselves, taxes are inevitable.
        Too often the government is blamed. Do not always place the blame on the government for the failure of some nationals. This is a worldwide situation.

  24. bougla
    August 3, 2013

    That money belongs to the people of Dominica .It would be good to have a breakdown of how much is received and also how it is spent. Transparency is essential in cases like this one.

    • Discombobulated
      August 3, 2013

      Have you thought that it has not been received yet for starters. And maybe the budget for expenditure is not yet complete?

  25. William
    August 3, 2013

    Ok Mr AG, well why is the budget that high when you all making all this money. Smell a RAT.

  26. !
    August 3, 2013

    Oh me God, we the islanders are outnumbered.

  27. August 3, 2013

    Would like to know. How much edition government made and where it went. Arrest them and get some bak from all of his. Ministers

  28. anonymous
    August 3, 2013

    HEY ,about passport money ,by the nnumber of ppl on the votinglist

  29. vexness
    August 3, 2013

    the govt best creativity, easy come…easy go…

  30. NEUTRAL
    August 2, 2013

    WHY PAY TAX AND THERE ISN’T ANY BENEFIT AS A LOCAL.HMMMMMM

  31. Justice and Truth
    August 2, 2013

    Should that amount of funds be realized from the economic citizenship program, in time, Dominica should be a rich country with no deficit, making Dominicans rich. Poverty will be eliminated once and for all. Good luck to this foresight and continued project.

  32. zammy
    August 2, 2013

    One big question is, why cant the government make public the amount of money realised from the program so far? Give out the exact amount so that the people will be clear about every dollar. Would the government make public the names of those who are involved in the program? Those who make the contacts and deliver the passports? Are they working on a voluntary basis or are they paid? If Yes how much are they paid?
    Give a nice break down of the countries who beinfit from the program? Give a list of those who got passports and whats the price of a passport so that citizens can do their own maths. Our government is very transparent but we need such info. Its nice to see the AG speaking but he needs to speak on other issues and investigate other issues in his capacity as defender of the laws of the country….
    But pleas MR AG dont allow the passports to be sold to folks who dont even know if Dominica exist? Don’t post passports to folks like Christmas or thank You cards…. cause its been alleged that some folks have passports and dont even know how to spelll Dominica or where the Island is located! Remember the US and Other big nations dont play and will never allow such citizens to enter their country…. Please make sure that Dominicans who travel internationally dont get problems because of such issues…
    Dominicans struggle to much overseas to get a work permit, visa and even a passport for our passports to be given to folks that easily…. AG please negotiate with the big countries on behalf of Dominicans cause out there life aint easy…

  33. Slim2on1
    August 2, 2013

    Countries with much less resources than dominica find a way to make use of them without selling themselves. Our leaders are too ******* Lazy and lack vision instead of selling passport develop programs to help people when they leave school so they wouldn’t end up dead on boats trying to earn $$ by smuggling drugs and guns. Use what the dam country have and stop looking for easy money!!!!

  34. greg
    August 2, 2013

    These guys are real comedians. Since when an unelected attorney general is in parliament providing financial forecast for passport sales. Desperatiin do desperate things. They are so obviously scripted and bad actors to

  35. O=Really
    August 2, 2013

    Alas, Alas my lord please come down we need you more than ever in this land, lord what is going to become of we the citizen of this land, after all we doing is selling out our passport to criminals and dangerous people, my people of this country is time for us to take a stand and stop this Gov’t now befor it’s to late, and I hope we the people of this land will see how CHANGE IS A MUST NOT AND OPTION, because if we do not remove this Gov’t now we can kiss all good time, joy, happiness AND FREDOM good bye, now am calling on president OBAMA to please intervene on our behalf about this selling passport, espercailly when one website telling the criminals how they can get it, anyway this Gov’t must go now enough is enough, oh by the way I didn’t know we had an AG, ……..but the jail of Dominica will not have enough room for you all when we take back our country from Skerrit.

  36. 100% Dominican
    August 2, 2013

    Mr. Peter has apparently refrained, like everyone else in his cabinet, from telling us how much was made in the last few years. Are they not able to tell us? Is it because no records are kept? And Mr. Peter’s reference to Dominicans not wanting to or not liking to pay taxes is absolutely rude and out of place. However we hear it all the time from the government ministers………making reference to the Dominican people as being the worst that they could be and culpable for everything that is going wrong. Now this reference to them not wanting to pay taxes gives them the green light to do whatever they like with the economic citizenship program as they now have an excuse. Hmmmmmmmm, where next????

  37. August 2, 2013

    We need an account of these funds

  38. August 2, 2013

    If this funds were used for developments,The gvernment would nt have request for loans for small project,Alot of bobol in this administration,The funds may be picked pocketed

  39. Natural Resources?
    August 2, 2013

    “It has enormous potential to assist (us) a small nation state that does not necessarily has (sic) a huge amount of natural resources going for it,” he stated.

    The above statement beggars belief.

    Dominica has more natural resources than any other equivalent area of God’s earth!

    • lOVE D/ca
      August 2, 2013

      you can see these guys have no form of leadership and good governance,,they are blank they don’t know what they are talking about,,other countries would love to have all that natural resources that we have..,SQUARER PEGS IN ROUND WHOLES

    • August 2, 2013

      When I read Levi’s statement where he mentioned Dominica is “a small nation state that does not necessarily has a huge amount of natural resources going for it,” I sighed. What a Representative. This person is Dominica’s Attorney General?

      I thought, as a small Island Nation, Dominica was BLESSED with the MOST NATURAL RESOURCES that could have ever inherited from God. We have ALL the NATURAL RESOURCES that is required to PROSPER. What we DO NOT have is the INTELLIGENCE and the DRIVE to make our RESOURCES work to our ADVANTAGE.

      SHAME ON YOU, LEVI PETER.

  40. Sovereingty gone
    August 2, 2013

    Where did the U$400,000.00 go to. The same amount that alledgedly Susan Olde gave to, we know whom, in exchange for our diplomatic passport? That question has never been answered by Skerritt, or the DLP Govt.

    How much did Corallo give in exchange for his diplomatic passport? The guy Italian police looking for all now AG?

    How much did Leroy Parris (Former CLICO boss)give too for his passport and buying of our diplomatic immunity? we get to know all those secret deals. You all just cannot say is not true. After the millions gone, that man still have our diplomatic passport, nuh? tell us AG

    What about the forgery regarding Birth Certificates? Our Passports for sale, Middle East, Asia and God knows where, to whom or for how much.

    Why can’t the Ministry or Minister of Finance give the Dominican people comprehensive financial accounts of the sales of our passports? How many investors have invested in the economy? What are the names and country of origin of those who possess our passports? Areas of investments by those foreigners, etc., etc.?

    Dominicans continue to be fooled about those sale of passports. Because investments by those foreigners, holders of our passports, are nowhere to be seen on island. Dominica for sale to the highest bidder.

    A few are making plenty, plenty money. the majority reeling in poverty. Living from pay cheque to pay cheque/ from hand to mouth.

    The sale of Public Works area to the Chinese is ECP? The proposed (CMC) setting up of Chinese in the thousands in Portsmouth ECP too? Chinese stores/little boutiques taking over Roseau is part of ECP. Tell us. Where are the investments?

    But irrespective of what concerns Dominicans have, that Govt. refuse to even listen. Right now, it seems VAT and selling of Passports are the main revenue earners for the Nature Isle? Sick!! Sick!!! Sick!!!!

    See what so many Dominicans are permitting a few “in power” to do to them and their country. Enslaved again and again and again. How long? Not long.

  41. Lougaoo Mem
    August 2, 2013

    All I know, is I don’t have hundreds of $$$ to pay when I’ll be applying for my Dominican passport. God knows!

  42. Doc. Love
    August 2, 2013

    Their must have been a projection as regards the sale of passports in the last budget.If you want us to take you and Skerrit seriously,why don’t you tell us how must money that went into the treasury because of the sale of passports last year.Until such time that you can give us that information,put your projection in the gabbage bin.

    • Justice and Truth
      August 2, 2013

      Do you mean, how ‘much’ money?

  43. August 2, 2013

    stop prostituting our country

  44. mamizoo
    August 2, 2013

    Why the budget never tell us how much money we made in the previous year

  45. Ghetto boys
    August 2, 2013

    How many Invested in Dominica after all that sale of our passports? u Guys need to get your acct together and think of how productive we can be an start to create employment for young guys like me rather than selling our country passport to unknown Terrorist and others…

  46. Me Again
    August 2, 2013

    So, what happened to the millions collected before this projection? A proper accounting is absolutely necessary.

  47. Civic
    August 2, 2013

    No way they getting that much. I want financial statements.

    • August 2, 2013

      They could, depending on how many Passports they sell.

  48. LCM
    August 2, 2013

    Why are we hearing about finacials from the AG. Is he making those predictions based on economic impact study or what was generated from privious passport sales.
    He should be telling us about the legal aspects of the deal and how the administrtion plans to make sure our constitution and legal rights are not abused through the process and what messures are put in place to prevent fraud and abuse.

    • John Paul
      August 3, 2013

      Thank You for Your point of view ! I totally agree the AG is out of His range on this one .Of course He did the same thing when Skeritt walked on the Constitution to bring in a new President claiming it was lacking and they needed a “What of necessity?” “Bull of necessity”

  49. hmmm
    August 2, 2013

    pity that the 60 million will not generate in the economy .. seeing that the politicians are the ones who rips the profits

  50. watt la
    August 2, 2013

    Since the first program failed and produced virtually no tangible results, the only way government can generate $60-million from this project,it must ensure that those who wish to obtain economic citizenship should invest in the island.

    • August 2, 2013

      Agreed. One can not and should not obtain a Passport unless he/she is a citizen of the land.

      ONLY IN DOMINICA.

  51. Faceup
    August 2, 2013

    Who they selling them passport for, ARABS ?

    • August 3, 2013

      Who do you think? Also criminals that are unable to obtain a Passport from their own Country. I never heard of a person who is unable to obtain a Passport from his birth place, unless that person was a criminal.

  52. Lil Bo-Pip
    August 2, 2013

    We as natives are finished. Where in Dominica are they going to house all these FOREIGNERS? They the politicians them-selves don’t care. Their only passion is their pocket. The politicians have the “get rich or die trying” mentality.

    • August 3, 2013

      MORNE DIABLOTIN OR MORNE TRIOS PITON.

  53. Pedro
    August 2, 2013

    That’s the only job of the AG. is good for. If the Government expect to collect $60 million, the BOYS will get $200 million.

  54. Anonymous
    August 2, 2013

    Crazy! Crazy! Crazy! we must be really deperate in Dominica, that in light of all that is happening in the world to day with terrorists and spies we are still willing to sell our citizenship to all and sundry.

    • August 3, 2013

      Make sure your own Passports and other travel documents, and airfare, are in order and GET READY TO RUN.

  55. warma
    August 2, 2013

    that’s a heck of a lot of passports

    • August 3, 2013

      I think their hopes are running HIGH.

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