Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit Suspends Acceptance of Hard Copies of Documents
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit has suspended acceptance of hard copies of files. This change in procedure was announced in a circular dated March 18, 2020 by CBI Unit CEO Percival E. Clouden.
Documents can be submitted electronically after the launch of Grenada’s CBI Management Online Information System, which is expected to be rolled out by March 31, 2020.
In the meantime, applications can be submitted electronically via a DropBox application that can be shared by request to the CBI Authorities.
In recent years many foreign applicants have flocked to the Grenadian Citizenship-by-Investment program given the relative strength of the Grenadian passport. Applicants have also been attracted to the E-2 treaty between the U.S. and Grenada, thereby allowing nationals of countries such as China, India, Russia, and South Africa to acquire new citizenship and avail themselves of E-2 eligibility.
The Galati Law Firm has considerable experience with the Grenada CBI program and E-2 visas. For more information, contact us today.