- Minimum Investment
- Real Estate
- Time to Citizenship
90 - 120 Days
- Visa-Free Access
140+ Visa free destinations
Grenada, nicknamed the Isle of Spice, is an island country in the Caribbean. The capital is the port city of St. George’s on the southwest coast. This oval shaped island is 21 miles long and 12 miles wide. The capital St George is also the main port for the island and a natural harbour. Grenada became independent in 1974 and still retains the membership of the Commonwealth.
The island has several mountains and large areas of forest filled with a variety of tropical plants. Like most of the Caribbean, industry on the island is dominated by agriculture and tourism, and the island has its fair share of pristine sandy beaches, rum distilleries, and diving spots.
Grenada Citizenship by Investment Benefits
Grenada passport offers visa free travel and visa on arrival to over 150 countries including UK, Schengen, Russia, China and Hongkong. Click here to view Grenada passport visa free countries list.
Once you have the Grenada passport, you may have the option to apply for the E-2 Investor Visa for the US. For those acquiring Grenada’s passport under its CBI program, applying for the E-2 Investor Visa is conditional upon 3 years of residency in Grenada.
No tax on foreign income.
Dual citizenship is recognized.
Grenada Citizenship by Investment Options
- Main applicant: USD $150,000.
- Family of up to 4 (spouse and children only): USD $200,000.
- Each additional dependant USD $25,000.
- The minimum investment in an approved real estate project is either full investment of USD $350,000 or shared investment of USD $220,000.
- Government processing and due diligence fees apply.
- The spouse of the main applicant
- A child under 30 years of age
- Inclusion of dependant siblings of main applicant or spouse who have no children and are under 18 years of age
- Parents of the main applicant or spouse who are substantially supported by the main applicant or spouse of the main applicant