The program was introduced to promote economic growth, attract real estate development, increase foreign direct investment to the country, support the development of infrastructure and provide for a sustainable future.
You can travel to more than 150 countries without requiring a visa, including the EU and Schengen countries, China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Processing your application should take from 3 to 6 months.
To apply for the citizenship program in Grenada, you must be at least 18 years of age, be of a good character with no criminal record, and have good health.
No, this is not necessary. Spouses and dependent children up to 25 years can be included within the same application.
You don’t need to speak English to be an applicant.
Your dependent children under 28 and dependent parents over 58 can be included within the application.
There are no interviews. However, all applicants undergo rigorous screening prior to consideration by the Citizenship by Investment Unit. Complete files will be forwarded to an international, unbiased third party due diligence service provider who will conduct detailed background checks on all applicants before the application is approved.
A certificate of registration of citizenship will be issued and submitted to the passport office. Your authorized agent/representative will forward your passports and Citizenship Certificate to you.
The application process can be made from your country of residence. Once your application is successful and you have received your passport, you must travel to Grenada to take your oath or affirmation of allegiance. You are entitled to take up full-time residence in Grenada at any time you wish.
There are no restrictions on dual citizenship in Grenada.
The passport will be valid for a period of 5 years and is renewable for a period of 10 years thereafter, provided that the requirements are met, which includes spending a minimum of five days in the country during this period after becoming a citizen.
Grenada is a beautiful country. It has a growing economy and a stable government. It’s a member of a number of international economic and inter-governmental organizations such as the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) and the Commonwealth of Nations. The Grenadian government offers attractive investment opportunities, a tax-friendly regime, and does not require physical presence during the application process nor residence after you become a citizen.
The Commonwealth of Nations used to be known as the British Commonwealth and is now often just called “the Commonwealth.” It is a worldwide, intergovernmental organization with 52 independent member states. As a Grenadian, you have automatic travel and other benefits throughout the Commonwealth
Grenada citizens can travel visa-free throughout the Commonwealth. Also, when traveling abroad, you can expect the protection of all member states’ embassies and commissions anywhere in the world. Being that Grenada is a small country, there may not be a dedicated consular office in certain countries, but citizens can seek help as needed from British, Canadian or Australian offices.
All public education in Grenada is free for children up to 16 years of age. In addition, St. George’s University is internationally accredited and is considered to be the world’s best offshore United States University. It has medical, veterinary, as well as arts and sciences schools. St. George’s medical school graduates go on to train at some of the best hospitals in both the United States and the United Kingdom. St. George’s currently has 6,000+ students from more than 140 different countries.
Becoming a citizen takes no more than 60 business days once you submit your application. This timeframe is dependent upon your application is complete and accurate, and the due diligence checks being satisfactory.
You can apply for your passport once your citizenship is approved - it will be issued within a few days.
As long as you remain a citizen of Grenada, your passport will be renewed. The law guarantees a passport to all of its citizens.
The Grenadian economy is expanding in sectors including tourism, agriculture, construction, and manufacturing. The currency is stable and tied to the United States dollar. For more information on that, please, visit the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Investments can only be made in a Government Approved Real Estate Project. At GIS, we regularly visit the island and vet projects first-hand so that we can give you sound and current advice on the best projects and reputable developers. We will help check the contracts on your behalf, pick the best units that can be rented or sold after the holding period and negotiate the best package for your needs.
No, the citizenship is yours for life.
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