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The citizenship by investment/ Economic citizenship refers to when an individual completes the legal process to acquire citizenship (called naturalization) or permanent residency in a second country on account of the individual’s financial investment into that country’s economy.
Economic citizenship can be very beneficial as it results in the individual’s ability to obtain a second passport which typically opens the door to easier international travel.
The best second passport is a) the one you can afford b) that gives you visa-free travel to the most countries. The smaller the number and the less desirable the countries, the less you should pay.
The citizenship by investment industry has undergone a lot of changes, including removal of restrictions on Iranian nationals by Antigua and Barbuda program.
Antigua and Barbuda passport (26th in the world) will afford the holder visa free travel to 131 countries that includes Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, U.K. and the European Union.  
Dominica passport (41st in the world) provides visa-free access to 113 countries and territories, including United Kingdom, Hong Kong, South Korea, China, Singapore and most British Commonwealth countries (and soon – the Schengen area)

Dominica

The Commonwealth of Dominica: Country Profile

Dominica is an island nation in the Caribbean Basin, lying between the French overseas territories of Guadeloupe and Martinique. The official name is the Commonwealth of Dominica (to be distinguished from the Spanish-speaking Dominican Republic).
It is mostly known as “the Nature Island of the Caribbean” for its unspoiled natural beauty – green mountains covered with lash rain forests, countless rivers and waterfalls – an absolute paradise for an outdoor adventurer. At the same time, it’s one of the safest places in the region – no poisonous reptiles or insects nor dangerous diseases.
According to a NatGeo islands survey, Dominica has one of the highest rates of islands in the Caribbean. In 1997 it became the first country in the Caribbean to participate in the Green Globe work to make Dominica a model ecotourism destination. In 1998 UNESCO designated Dominica’s Morne Trois Pitons National Park a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Abundant in fresh water, all kind of exotic fruits, greens and veggies, the land of summer, sea and sun, it’s also a paradise for anyone looking for a better place to live – very friendly climate and the lowest crime level in the region; one of the happiest nations in the world, politically and economically stable democratic state.
Dominica is a former British dependent territory, independent since 1978. The government is represented by parliamentary democracy, and the Prime Minister is the head of the government.
The island has an area of about 300 square miles (750 sq.km). The population is close to 70,000 people, mainly of African descent, recently increasing in both white and Chinese population, with about 20,000 living in Roseau, the capital of the country. English is the official language, but a French dialect Creole is also widely spoken. The predominant religion is the Christian faith (Roman Catholicism), with smaller communities of Protestants, Muslims, Rastafarians and others.
The currency is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD or EC$) with a very stable exchange rate of about EC$ 2.67 for US$ 1.00. The legal system is based on Common law.
Dominica is a member of CARICOM, CFATF, Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), the Commonwealth of Nations, United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank and Organization of American States (OAS). It maintains missions in Washington, New York, London, and Brussels and is represented jointly with other Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) members in Canada.