The Grenada Citizenship by Investment program was launched in 2013 to become the only Caribbean Citizenship by Investment program offering visa-free travel to China. Furthermore, Grenada Citizenship program is the only citizenship by Investment program which holds USA E-2 Investor Visa treaty. The USA E-2 Visa allows Grenada passport holders to enter and work in the US freely.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean in the Caribbean, Grenada is an island well-known for its silky stretches of white-sand beaches. Like other Caribbean countries, Grenada is made up of picturesque landscapes such as lush forests and crystal-clear shores. Commonly known as the “Island of Spice,” Grenada is a great destination for a relaxing getaway.
The second passport of Grenada is a Commonwealth Passport that allows visa-free travel to more than 130 countries. For example, Grenada passport holders can travel freely to Schengen Countries, the United Kingdom and China.
Grenada Citizenship by Investment program grants applicants a second passport within 4 to 6 months.
To qualify for Grenada Passport, investor must make a non-refundable contribution to the National Transformation Fund or invest in Grenada government-approved real estate.
348 km2 (134 sq mi)
Parliamentary democracy and a Commonwealth Realm
Eastern Caribbean Dollar
The applicant makes a one-time monetary contribution of US $200,000 for a family of four and an additional US $25,000 per additional dependent.
(NTF) Contribution Amount
Due Diligence and Application Fees
Due Diligence: $5,000
US $1,500/ applicant
Due Diligence Main applicant: $5,000
* US $25,000/ additional dependent
US $1,500/ dependents above 18
US $500/ dependents below 18
Due Diligence Main applicant: $7,500
Dependent between the ages 17 and 25: $5,000
Application Fee: $1,500/ applicant
The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program came into being in August 2013, when the Grenadian Parliament passed Act No. 15 of 2013, otherwise referred to as the ‘Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act, 2013.’ The stated objective of the Act is to enable persons to acquire permanent residence and citizenship in Grenada by registration following investments made in the country.
Antigua and Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Saint Kitts and Nevis
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Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
Central African Republic
Tristan da Cunha
Papua New Guinea
The Grenada passport can be obtained in 4 to 6 months.