Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program
Grenada launched their citizenship by investment program in 2013 for the purpose of transforming its economy to be more prosperous. In return, it allows foreign investors obtain permanent legal citizenship and second passport within 4 to 6 months. Grenada has a strong foreign relation with the United States and China, making them the only Caribbean citizenship by investment and second passport program that offers visa free access to China. In addition, Grenada holds E-2 investor visa treaty with the US, granting Grenada passport holders the right to work in the United States.
Citizenship by investment in Grenada is available through two options.
Non-refundable contribution under the National Transformation Fund (NTF)
Real Estate investment in an approved project under Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit
Grenada Citizenship Overview
Grenada Passport Benefits
The citizenship program of Grenada allows siblings sponsorship in the same application. Likewise, it does not require an applicant to take any language test nor do they need to reside or visit the country. Grenada Passport holders can vote, purchase property, as well as live and work in the country.
Grenada passport holders are privileged to numerous benefits:
Visa-free access to 143 countries, including Schengen zone, UK & China
Citizenship is inheritable by new-born
Allows dual citizenship
E2 investor visa treaty with the US
Allows siblings sponsorship in the same application
No imposed taxes on non-residents
Grenada Citizenship by Investment Options
Option 1: The National Transformation Fund (Donation)
The National Transformation Fund (NTF) was created to help in sustaining the growth and transformation of Grenada’s economy. The Funds are used to finance various projects across many industries, including tourism, trade, agriculture and alternative energy. A non-refundable contribution depending on the number of dependents included in the application:
Option 2 : Real Estate Investment
The applicant must invest in a government-approved real estate project within Grenada at a minimum value of US $220,000. The investor must hold the property for at least 3 years from the grant of citizenship. Furthermore, you may only re-sell that real estate under the Citizenship by Investment Program after 5 years of acquiring citizenship. The following government fees also apply depending on the number of dependents included in the application:
How to Qualify for Grenada Citizenship
Applicants to Grenada citizenship must be at least 18 years old.
Must hold no criminal record
Must prove the source of fund for the investment
Children dependents under the age of 30
Parents dependents above the age of 55
Must undergo a due diligence checks to gain approval
Sibling dependents must be at least 18 years old
How to Apply and Obtain Grenada Passport
Notice: Guide Consultants is an international marketing agent listed under the Citizenship by Investment Unit to promote & provide full services for Grenada Citizenship by Investment program.
Our specialized team will work with you to collect, translate and notarize the documents required, while ensuring all documents adhere to Grenada government's requirements.
The documents will be submitted together with the due diligence and Application fees to the government of Grenada. Your application will start; due diligence will be performed.
Once we secure the initial approval, Grenada government will send a letter requesting the remaining funds.
You make your investment for the program you have chosen
You receive your Certificate of Registration - you are now a citizen of Grenada
Your Guide Consultants advisor applies for your Grenada passport and delivers it to you
FAQs About Grenada Citizenship
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