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Entry requirements for the Commonwealth of Dominica

• Passport with at least six (6) months validity
• Return ticket
• Sufficient funds to sustain oneself for length of time intended to stay
• Local address

For further information

Who needs a visa
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Applying for a Visitors Visa through the Dominica High Commission in London
• Completed Visa Application Form PDF [download]
• Valid passport and two passport sized photographs
• Letter of invitation
• Recent police record (not more than three months old)
• Bank statement of applicant or sponsor
• Employment letter (if employed) or proof of self-employment
• Application fee of £25 (bank draft/postal order/cheques should be made payable to the Dominica High Commission)
• Medical report including HIV/AIDS test
• Visas are issued within 10 days

All information in foreign languages should be translated by a certified translator, stamped and notarised appropriately.

All documents/copies should be notarised.

For more information contact:
The Dominica High Commission
1 Collingham Gardens
Earls Court
London SW5 0HW
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7370 5194
Fax: + 44 (0) 20 7373 8743

Passport and Immigration Department
Police Headquarters

Bath Road
Commonwealth of Dominica
Telephone: (767) 266-5159
Fax: (767) 448-6204

Getting married in Dominica

The High Commission does not process documentation for persons desiring to get married in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Marriage forms can be obtained from the Dominica High Commission and the Ministry of Community Development, Government Headquarters, Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica, telephone +767 266 3250, fax +767 449 8220, email

Please use the following links for procedure and more information on:

• Obtaining a marriage license

• Requirements for applying for a Non-Marriage Certificate

Citizenship and Residency
Information regarding Dominican citizenship and residency

  22 October, 2017  
Meeting with Prime Minister Friday 27th October 7 pm to 9 pm
The Dominica High Commission is pleased to announce that the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit,
  17 October, 2017  
Fellow Dominicans, residents, Friends of Dominica... Daily over the past week we updated you on various aspects of our relief and recovery efforts. Two weeks ago I shared with you the broad outlines of our vision and plan going forward.
  12 October, 2017  
Telling Our Story
Saturday 14-10-17 Lister Hall, Leytonstone, Doors 7pm - 9:30pm with interval

  News from Dominica