Applicants can make a non-refundable donation to the Grenada National Transformation Fund (NTF) of $150,000 (for a single applicant).
Applicants can purchase a property that has been pre-approved by the government and is valued at least $220,000. An additional minimum non-refundable contribution of $50,000 applies for this option.
Grenada makes it simple to qualify for and obtain citizenship because there is no requirement to reside there.
With a Grenada passport, you will get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to more than 145 destinations, including China, Singapore, Hong Kong, the UK and Europe’s Schengen Area.
The only program in the Caribbean with an E-2 Investor Visa Treaty with the USA enables participants to apply for a non-immigrant visa after residing in Grenada for three years in a row.
Through its citizenship by investment program, Grenada enables future generations to acquire citizenship, which provides them with a passport and the same privileges as current citizens.
As an applicant, you can add a spouse, children under 30, parents, grandparents and unmarried siblings under 18 once granted citizenship.
The government of Grenada provides tax policies that support its citizens in their efforts to earn income and build wealth both within the country and internationally.
Grenada permits its citizens to hold dual citizenship or passport and provides support in various aspects of life.
Grenada is a wonderful spot to travel to or perhaps settle down with its 133 square miles of beaches, hiking trails, and colourful residences. Grenada also referred to as the "island of spices," produces 20% of the world's nutmeg. It is well known for having extraordinarily polite and accommodating residents, making it the ideal location to apply for a second passport through investment. Grenada's Citizenship by Investment program offers special benefits that are not available in comparable programs, making it a very appealing option for families interested in exploring.
Grenada is a small country with only 110,000 people. Therefore, it is less impacted by tourism and foreign influences. On the island, life is easygoing, leisurely, and vibrant. But because there are fewer tourists, there doesn't mean there aren't stunning beaches, incredible snorkelling, and mouthwateringly fresh fruit. Grenada is still reasonably priced compared to the expensive neighbouring islands.
Grenada has a rich cultural history with influences from the indigenous, African, and European cultures. The nation is well-known for its lush tropical scenery, which includes beaches, waterfalls, and thick jungles. Bananas, cocoa, and nutmeg are a few key exports from Grenada, and the country's economy is mostly focused on agriculture. Visitors are drawn to the nation's natural beauty and cultural legacy, fueling its expanding tourist economy.
Grenada is a parliamentary democracy, with the Prime Minister functioning as the head of state. The nation belongs to many international associations, such as the Commonwealth of Nations, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), and the United Nations.
Grenada offers a Citizenship by Investment Program that enables people to become Grenadian citizens in return for making a monetary investment in the nation. A one-time gift to the Grenada National Transformation Fund or the purchase of property in Grenada is two investment choices. To be given citizenship, candidates must pass background checks and complete additional eligibility conditions after meeting the investment requirements. Grenada citizens can travel to more than 145 countries without a visa, live and work there, and pass their citizenship on to their offspring.
Free consultation with an advisor
Complimentary background check
Sign BWT contract
Submit an application for due diligence
Receive your citizenship approval letter
Transfer donation or invest in real estate
Receive your passport and certificate of naturalization
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There are no requirements to visit Grenada during the application process and no residency requirements to hold a passport of Grenada.
Yes, you can include qualified family members in the application or add them after obtaining citizenship for an additional fee. As a candidate, you can include your spouse, children under the age of 30, parents, grandparents, and unmarried siblings under 18 when you receive citizenship.
You are not required to visit Grenada before obtaining your citizenship; you are welcome to visit and explore the country.
Yes, the passport of Grenada is a biometric passport, also known as an ePassport.
Closing an investment property in Grenada takes place once approval is granted and the passport is issued. This should take no longer than three to four months. At that time, we issue a Certificate of Title for the property. The Certificate of Occupancy will be granted when the keys are handed over.
Upon approval, your issued Grenada passport is valid for 10 years and can be renewed indefinitely. For children under the age of 16, passports are valid for 5 years.
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Yes, if both mother and father of the child are citizens of Grenada, the child will automatically inherit the citizenship.
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