Overview of Grenada’s Citizenship-by-Investment Programme
Those interested in receiving Grenadian citizenship must invest a minimum of $220,000 (USD) in a property located in Grenada. Ownership of the property must be maintained for a minimum period of 3 years.
Holders of a Grenadian passport can travel without a visa to 142 countries, including China and the United Kingdom.
Individuals interested in Grenadian citizenship must invest a minimum of $220,000 in a property located in Grenada.
Visa-free travel in 142 countries, including the United Kingdom and China, the only Caribbean country to offer visa-free access to the Asian country.
A fast process of 90 days, with the passport being issued in 10.
Dual citizenship permitted.
Visa-free or visa on arrival to 142 countries.
An extraordinary Caribbean island environment with close links to both the United Kingdom and France.
The right to live in Grenada.
A spouse, unmarried siblings over the age of 18, children under the age of 30, and the main applicant and spouse’s parents, grandparents can all be included within the application.
A minimum investment of $220,000 (USD) in Grenadian real estate.
Ownership of the property must be maintained for at least 5 years.
Government fees of $50,000 (USD).
Due diligence fees of $5,000 (USD) – for a single applicant.
Application fees of $1,500 (USD) – for a single applicant.
Processing fees of $1,500 (USD) – for a single applicant.
Bank fees of $3,600 – for a single applicant.
Passport issuance fees of $250.
Clean criminal record
Step-by-Step Application Procedure
Due Diligence Process
Your property purchase details must be finalised, any necessary documents compiled, and government forms completed.
Submit Your Application
You must submit your application to the necessary government institution.
Receive Your Passport
Once the government fees and necessary contributions are paid, your passport is issued.
The territory of Grenada consists entirely of the eponymous Caribbean island.
Population and Language
The island has a population of 112,003. The official language is English, although a dialect of French is also spoken on the island.
Grenada has a flourishing tourism industry, with approximately 525, 453 tourists visiting the island in 2019.
The country offers an educational system largely modelled on the British system.
The island nation has a compulsory National Insurance Scheme which covers injuries sustained at work.
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