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About Grenada

Known for its pristine white-sand beaches and tropical weather, Grenada is a Commonwealth country with Queen Elizabeth II as head of state. It is also known for its large production of spices, as it is commonly referred to as the “Spice Isle”.
Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment program allows foreign investors to become Grenada passport holders. The Grenadian passport is a Commonwealth passport which gives its holder visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to over 140 countries including the UK, Singapore, China and the Europe Schengen Area countries. In addition, a commonwealth passport entitles its bearer to certain privileges in Commonwealth member states, including the UK.
In addition, Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment program is the only Caribbean citizenship by Investment program that holds USA E-2 Investor Visa, which allows Grenadian passport holders to enter and work in the USA with ease.
The Grenadian Citizenship by Investment program takes 3 to 6 months to accord the Grenadian passport to applicant, and there are no requirements for applicants to visit Grenada in order to complete this process.
We will guide you every step of the way to make this process easy and uncomplicated


Grenada offers foreign investors two different ways to obtain citizenship by investment:

Option 1: Real Estate Investment into a CBI Approved Project.
The minimum requirement for this investment is USD$220,000 in addition to a government contribution of USD $50,000. This investment covers a family of four and an additional USD $25,000 will be added for each added family member.

Option 2: Donation into the Government’s National Transformation Fund (NTF)

This investment consists of a donation made to the government’s National Transformation Fund.
The minimum requirement for this investment is USD $200,000 for a family of 2 to 4 persons. USD $25,000 will be added for each additional family member.
The minimum requirement of investment of USD $ 150,000 for a single applicant.


  • Grenadian  passport can be obtained in 3 to 6 months.
  • Your application can include family members such as dependent children under the age of 30 or parents and grandparents over 55.
  • Grenada recognises dual citizenship.
  • No requirement of residency to gain and maintain status as a Grenadian citizen.
  • The Grenadian passport allows for facilitation of free trade and travel.
  • Ability to travel visa-free or visa on arrival to over 140 countries.
  • Grenada is the only Caribbean country offering the USA E-2 visa program which allows investors to establish a business and live in the United States with their families.
  • Grenada has a strong economic outlook and real estate investment options.
  • No capital gains or inheritance tax and no income tax on foreign sources of income.
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