GRENADA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT LAW

In August 2013, Grenada passed Act No.15, allowing investors to acquire Grenada citizenship by investing in fixed asset projects approved by the Grenada Government and to apply for citizenship together with their family members. In May 2019, Grenada passed an amendment to the above-mentioned Act to allow multiple investors to invest in one project approved by the government, and only an investment of 220,000 US dollars, along with a government fee of 50,000 USD, is required to obtain Grenada citizenship for the investor and affiliated applicants.

 

Grenadian citizenship acquired through investment is protected by the Act and enjoys full rights as natives of Grenada.

ADVANTAGES OF GRENADIAN CITIZENSHIP
  • Easy and fast

    No language or residence requirements. 4 to 6 months approval after subbmitting application

  • Gateway to the US

    Qualified for US E-2 visa application.

  • Free travel

    Visa-free to 144 countries and regions, including UK, Schengen states, Russia, Singapore and China.

  • Tax planning

    Offshore financial center, with no personal income tax, capital gains tax, net assets tax, inheritance tax, gift tax and no global tax.

  • Multi-generation coverage

    4 generations (including spouse, children, parents, grandparents, siblings, etc) can obtain citizenship with one application.

  • Education

    Commonwealth education. With E-2 Visa, free tuition for children to attend K12 public schools and in-state tuition for university students.

REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURE
  • MAIN APPLICANT

    1、Minimum 18 years old;

    2、No criminal record;

    3、Healthy, no serious illness or infectious diseases;

    4、Two options: Investment or NTF contribution.

  • DEPENDENTS

    Spouse

    Children under 30

    Parents and grandparents of main applicant or spouse

    Unmarried siblings with no children of main applicant

  • PROCEDURE

    1、Prepare and review application documentations

    2、Deliver application documentations to local agent and pay initial fees* to CBI unit

    3、Obtain principle approval after Bank and CBI due diligence

    4、Transfer investment and government fees

    5、Issue Citizenship Certificate and Passport after submitting confirmation of investment

    6、Become a Grenadian Citizen

*Initial fees refer to application, processing, due diligence and attorney’s fee

TARGETED CLIENTS
  • Well Planned Parents
    Families who need a second passport to help their children attend international schools, well-known universities or study abroad, and parents who want to accompany their children studying in the US.
  • World Citizen
    High net worth families, the second generation of entrepreneurs and beneficiaries of family office. Freedom of travel and living aboard.
  • Long-Term Residents In The US
    Apply for U.S. E2 visa with a Grenada Citizenship, which allows the applicants to have legal stay in the U.S.
  • High Net Worth Investors
    High net worth individuals preparing for overseas investment and wealth management, tax planning and global asset allocation
  • Entrepreneurs & Company Executives
    High-level business professionals who need the second passport to get their companies public listed in stock exchange market overseas
  • Second Passport Seekers
    Elites who are focused on their career and family life in their home countries but seek a second passport for free travel and vacations
GRENADA VISA FREE/VISA UPON ARRIVAL COUNTRIES

According to the latest Henley Passport Index released on April 5, 2022, Grenada passport was ranked 33rd in the world with visa free and vise upon arrivals in 144 countries and regions

  • Asia

    Bangladesh

    Macau, China

    Singapore

    Cambodia

    Malaysia

    South Korea

    China

    Maldives*

    Sri Lanka**

    Hong Kong, China

    Nepal*

    East Timor*

    Indonesia

    Philippines

    Uzbekistan

    Laos*

  • Europe

    Andorra

    Austria

    Belgium

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Bulgaria

    Croatia

    Cyprus

    Czech Republic

    Denmark

    Estonia

    The Faroe Islands

    Finland

    France

    Germany

    Gibraltar

    Greece

    Greenland

    Hungary

    Iceland

    Ireland

    Italy

    Kosovo

    Latvia

    Lichtenstein

    Lithuania

    Luxemburg

    Malta

    Moldova

    Monaco

    Montenegro

    Netherlands

    Norway

    Poland

    Portugal

    Romania

    Russia

    Serbia

    Slovakia

    Slovenia

    Spain

    Sweden

    Switzerland

    United Kingdom

    The Holy See

  • The Americas

    Argentina

    Belize

    Bermuda

    Bolivia*

    Brazil

    Chile

    Colombia

    Costa Rica

    Equator

    French Guiana

    Guyana

    Nicaragua*

    Panama

    Peru

    Suriname

    Uruguay

  • Oceania

    Cook Islands

    Fiji

    Micronesia

    French Polynesia

    Kiribati

    New Caledonia

    Palau*

    Samoa*

    Solomon Islands*

    Tuluva*

    Vanuatu

  • Caribbean

    Anguilla 

    Antigua and Barbuda

    Aruba

    Bahamas

    Barbados

    Bonaire 

    St. Eustatius and Saba 

    The British Virgin Islands 

    Cayman Islands 

    Cuba 

    Cura?ao  

    Dominica 

    Dominican Republic

    French West Indies

    Haiti

    Jamaica

    Montserrat 

    Saint Kitts and Nevis 

    Saint Lucia 

    Saint Martin 

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 

    Trinidad and Tobago 

    Turks and Caicos Islands

  • Africa

    Botswana 

    Cape Verde Islands* 

    Egypt* 

    Swaziland 

    Gambia

    Guinea-Bissau* 

    Kenya 

    Lesotho

    Madagascar*

    Malawi

    Mauritania* 

    Mauritius

    Mozambique*

    Senegal 

    Seychelles* 

    Sierra Leone* 

    Somalia*

    Saint Helena*

    Tanzania 

    Togo*

    Uganda 

    Zambia

    Zimbabwe

  • Middle East

    Armenia*

    Iran*

    Israel

    Jordan*

    Palestine

*Visa on Arrival **ETA