Facts about Grenada
A tri-island nation consisting of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique is home to vast white sand beaches, exotic wildlife and scenic tourist destinations. The capital St. George’s includes new ship terminal and an international airport.
The Citizenship by Investment Program went into effect when the Grenadian Parliament passed the “Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act, 2013.” This Citizenship by Investment program is one of the most stable programs of its kind in the Caribbean.
- You’re not required to renounce your current citizenship, allowing you to hold dual citizenship and benefit from both.
- Grenadian citizenship obtained through this program is for life.
- There are no requirements to reside or visit Grenada before or after acquiring citizenship. Regardless, we encourage applicants and their families to visit it at least once to witness the unspoilt beauty it has to offer.
- Visa-free access to more than 121 countries including the United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Schengen States and China.
- E-2 Treaty “Investor Visa” provides Grenadian citizens favourable business opportunities for the USA.
- The primary applicant can include qualified dependents in the same application.
- There is no taxation on worldwide income for non-residents.
- Grenada is a part of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), offering freedom of movement and employment (for skilled nationals) and Duty-Free trading within the 15 Caribbean nations and dependencies.
- Grenada is a member of the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations.
To be fit for citizenship, the primary applicant must be over 18 years of age and meet all application conditions, including being of good character and sound health.