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GRENADA - CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT


Grenada is one of the Caribbean countries with an area of 348 Km2 and with a population of approximately 107 thousand people which has one of the most attractive Citizenship by Investment Programs in the world. As almost every Caribbean country in the world, Grenada is also very attractive for investors to obtain second passport.Tropical climate, modern lifestyle and business friendly atmosphere makes it amazing place to live and develop your business ideas.

Launch your Cacao, chocolate and spice business in an already flourished market in Grenada.

Grenada’s government re-launched the citizenship or residency by investment program in 2013. With the new developments, makes Grenada Citizenship by Investment program one of the most attractive globally. An investment in Grenada leading to citizenship comes with many advantages such no income and no capital gain taxes, Grenadian citizens are enjoying visa free travel to more than 135 countries including the United Kingdom, Schengen area, Hong Kong, Singapore. Grenada passport is the only passport has visa free to China as well as E 2 visa to USA.

Applicants and their dependents who have previously been denied a visa to countries which Grenada has visa-free access may not apply into this program unless they obtain a visa beforehand. Dual citizenship is allowed and individuals who will not become resident for tax purposes in Grenada are not subject to any personal income tax.

  • Quick application process, 60 working days for the final decision by the law
  • No restriction on dual citizenship
  • Siblings of the main applicant (or the spouse of the main applicant) who are not married and do not have any children may be included as a dependent of the main applicant.
  • Parent dependents will not be required to be financially dependent on the main applicant.
  • Child dependents over the age of 18 will not be required to be enrolled in college or university.
  • Visa free travel to more than 135 countries
  • Opportunity to apply for the USA E2 Visa
  • No inheritance, income or wealth taxes
  • No need to visit Grenada in order to apply for the program
  • As the country is a member of CARICOM (Caribbean Community), the holder of Grenada passport will be a CARICOM passport too.
  • No management, education or interview required
  • Stable business atmosphere
SPECIAL OFFER
The cost of citizenship for a family of four is now USD 200,000 from USD 350,000 until March 2018.
National Economic Fund
Contribution for Single US$150,000
Contribution for Family up to four members US$200,000
Contribution for any additional dependent US$25,000
Real Estate

Investment of a minimum of US$ 350,000 in an Approved Real Estate Project. Applicants must keep the real estate for at least three years following the grant of citizenship.

Minimum Real Estate Investment US$350,000
Government fee US$50,000 up to four members
Contribution for any additional dependent US$25,000
Submission fees:
Due diligence US$5,000 for all applicant aged 17 and above
Application fees US$1,500 per applicant
Processing fee US$1,500 per person aged 18 and over, USD 500 for persons under 18
Other Applicable fees:
Passport Application fee per applicant US$250
Oath of Allegiance fee per applicant US$20
Permanent residence card per applicant US$1,000
Visa-Free/Visa-on-arrival:

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  • MOBILITY : VISA FREE TRAVEL63%
  • SAFETY & SECURITY97%
  • ECONOMIC STRENGTH 0%
  • EDUCATION: Primary and secondary education level46%
  • HOUSING: Prices of housing and real estate53%
  • Healthcare system development52%
  • COST OF LIVING: How cheap goods and services are70%
  • ENVIRONMENT: Quality of country’s environment56%
  • BUSINESS: Easiness of doing business27%
  • GROWTH RATE: How fast economic is growing57%
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