Known as the 'Spice Island' due to the high production of nutmeg and mace, Grenada is an idyllic Caribbean island paradise, with beautiful beaches and vibrant culture. Being a popular tourist destination, English is widely spoken throughout the island.
Free consultation with an advisor
Prepare necessary documents & submit citizenship
Receive approval and submit economic contribution
Issuance of naturalisation certificate and passport
Yes, you can include qualified members of your family in the application or add them after you have obtained your citizenship for an additional fee. A qualified family member can be a child not older than 18 years, a child up to 30 years old that is financially dependent, parents above 55 years old and siblings above 18 years old.
The Grenada Government does not require you to pass any interviews, language tests or have previous work experience to be able to apply for this program.
You are not required to visit Grenada before obtaining your citizenship, you are, however, welcome to visit and explore the country.
No, the passport of Grenada is not yet issued as a biometric passport, also known as an ePassport.
The new biometric passport of Grenada has 36 pages with each page containing watermarks depicting national images.