Dominica Digital Nomad Visa

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About

The Work in Nature Dominica Program or the Dominica Digital Nomad Visa/Permit allows you to work remotely from the beautiful territory of Dominica.


For digital nomads and remote workers who wish to get away from a stress-free and constrained living and working environment, the Work in Nature Program is the solution. Dominica is welcoming to both individuals and families. The island boasts good internet access, safe transportation systems, and top-notch medical and educational facilities.


What is the process to apply for the Dominica Digital Nomad Visa?

  1. You must submit your WIN extended stay application online and pay a non-refundable application fee of $100 USD approx.
  2. Upload all the required documents (see below). For documents that are not in English, translated and certified copies are required. You will automatically receive an identification number when a WIN Tourism technical representative accepts your application.
  3. Your application will be assessed by the WIN Tourism Authority for completeness. A WIN Information Officer will contact you if necessary.
  4. Once the completeness of the application is confirmed, it will be forwarded to the Secretary or the Regional Communication Center (JRCC) together with the Tourism Office for due diligence. Your application is then approved or denied by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
  5. You will receive an approval letter if it is the case.
  6. You must then pay the relevant WIN visa fee online within 30 days of $800 individuals and $1200 for families. You will receive an automatic receipt upon payment confirmation.
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Duration

1.5 years

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Citizenship

N/A

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Fees

900

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P. Residency

N/A

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Processing time

14-28 days Month(s)

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COMPLEXITY

Low

What are eligibility requirements for the Dominica Digital Nomad Visa?

5 Eligibility Requirements

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Be of good character, without a criminal record.
  • Be able and willing to make the required financial contribution.
  • Be able to work remotely.
  • Have an income of US $50,000 or more over the next 12 months and/or have the means to support yourself, your spouse/partner, and their other family members accompanying you during your extended stay in Dominica.

Which documents do I need to apply for the Dominica Digital Nomad Visa?

9 Document Required

  • Bio data page of valid passport (for yourself and all your family members).
  • Proof of relationship of dependants (i.e. your family members). This can include, for example, a marriage, birth, or adoption certificate, depending on which family member is joining you.
  • Police record(s) (for yourself and all your family members over the age of 18). A police record must be obtained from all the jurisdictions in which you/your family member lived in the past five years.
  • Bank reference letter.
  • Employment letter. If your income is not from a regular employment salary, then you must also provide a recent bank statement and certificate of good standing and/or credit report.
  • Passport-sized photos (for yourself and all your family members over the age of 18).
  • Visa to Dominica (only if you/your family member is a passport holder of a country where a visa is required for entry to Dominica).
  • Health insurance valid in Dominica and covering you and all your family members.
  • Documents must be translated to English with a certified copy.

Talent Migration data for Dominica

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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