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Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program

As a Commonwealth Nation located in the Eastern Caribbean, Grenada has secured a worldwide reputation as the “Island of Spice.” Beyond its warm, welcoming population, Grenada boasts unique, breathtaking scenery, a tropical rain forest, coral reefs, and pristine relaxing beaches thanks to a relatively dormant tourist industry.

Benefits

For the past seven-plus years, Grenada has secured its position as one of the most popular citizenship-by-investment countries. Unlike many other countries, Grenada’s immigration authorities and banking system prides itself on its strict application procedures, including thorough due diligence and background checks.  Yet, once obtained, Grenada offers the below great benefits.

STRONG PASSPORT

Grenadian passport is considered relatively powerful, offering visa-free visitor admissions to over 90 countries, including the United Kingdom, and Europe’s Schengen Area

NO MINIMUM STAY REQUIRED

No residency requirement whether before, during, or after the application process

E2 TREATY WITH U.S.

Grenadian citizens can seek the nonimmigrant treaty investor visa, enabling access to the U.S. otherwise foreclosed to some of the world’s largest economies, including China, India, Brazil, South Africa, Vietnam, and Russia

FAMILY MEMBERS INCLUDED

Includes investor, spouses, dependent children, parents, and even extended family members through the filing of only one application

Investment Options

  • 1

    Donation: $150,000 minimum donation to its National Transformation Fund

  • 2

    Real Estate: $350,000 minimum purchase of real estate through qualified pre-approved offerings

  • 3

    Investment: $220,000 minimum donation for real estate investors (minimum cumulative $440,000 investment with co-applicants)

For more information about securing the prized Grenadian passport, please contact us today.

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