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Lying just outside of the hurricane belt, Grenada is a country of lush, tropical forests, stunning waterfalls, and gorgeous sandy beaches.

As well as allowing you the chance to settle on a beautiful island, a Grenada passport guarantees you and your family visa-free travel to 145 countries.

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Entrepreneurs can invest in government-approved projects like Ora Caribbean’s Silversands resort. Investments ascend from a US$220,000 share of its Beach House property to US$7+ million to own one of its luxury villas outright.

Benefits of Grenada

The Grenada citizenship-by-investment programme does not require applicants to relocate or even visit the country to apply.

Where applications are routine and all requirements are met, you can receive your Grenada passport within four to six months.

You can add children up to the age of 30 and parents over the age of 55 to your application.

Citizens of Grenada don’t pay foreign income, wealth or inheritance taxes on their worldwide wealth.

Who Can Get Grenada Citizenship

  • Over 18 years old
  • Not spent more than six months in prison
  • Are solvent
  • Have a clean bill of health

  • At least 18 years old
  • Not been convicted of a custodial sentence exceeding six months in prison
  • Have a clean health record

  • Up to the age of 30 may be included

  • Over 55

  • Unmarried and without children

Programme Requirements

To apply for the Grenada citizenship-by-investment programme, you must fulfil ONE of the following investment options AND other requirements:

OPTION 1. Invest in the National Transformation Fund (NTF)

The first citizenship-by-investment option is an NTF contribution of US$150,000 for you the main applicant, US$200,000 for you and your spouse, US$200,000 for you and up to three dependants, and US$25,000 for any additional dependant.

You, your spouse, and your dependents must also pay application fees of US$1,500 per application. There are due diligence fees of US$5,000 for you, US$5000 for your spouse, and US$5,000 for dependents 17 and above. There are additional US$1,500 processing fees for those over 18 and US$500 for those under 18.

OPTION 2. Contribute to Approved Real Estate Projects

To qualify under the property option, you must either buy a US$220,000 share in an approved real estate project or invest US$350,000 in such a project. Real estate must be held for at least five years from the date your citizenship is granted.

You must also pay government fees of US$50,000 for a family of up to four and US$25,000 for every additional dependent if buying a share. The other real estate option requires the same amount for government fees.

There are additional application fees of US$1,500 per person, due diligence fees of US$5,000 for everybody aged 17 or above, and US$1,500 processing fees per those over 18 and US$500 for those under 18.

Other Requirements and Benefits

As a Grenada Citizenship-by-Investment Programme applicant, you must:

Renew your passport every five years.

Becoming a Grenadian citizen gives you access to China and the chance to qualify for an E2 Investor Visa.

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The Latitude team has global experts in over 20 countries. We can advise in 14 languages. Let us help you find the perfect investment migration solution.

Application Process

  • MONTH 1

    Client onboarding process

    We commence our process with Form 1. This enables us to carry out the Initial Latitude Group due diligence. Following the successful screening, we will provide you with a Client Agreement (CA) to review and sign.

    Upon receiving the signed agreement and retainer payment, our legal team will complete all necessary government forms and supporting documents. If you make a property investment, you will need to execute a sales and purchase agreement with the developer. We will liaise with the property developer and the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC) on your behalf.

  • MONTHS 2-4

    Application review and submission

    Before submitting your documents, we comprehensively review your application to ensure your file complies with the CBIC's requirements. Our legal team will complete its final checks before submitting the relevant forms.

    The CBIC will undertake its own due diligence and reviews all the paperwork. We will continue to work closely with them throughout the process to ensure your application is timely and efficiently processed.

  • MONTHS 4-6

    Passport issued

    The CBIC will assess your application, and upon approval, you must make all necessary contributions and pay any applicable government fees. We will then arrange for all relevant passports to be sent out.

Frequently Asked Questions

A sovereign state consisting of seven islands in the south-eastern Caribbean, Grenada is situated off the north coast of Venezuela. It has a population of 107,000 and covers an area of 344 sq. km.

Grenada is a member of Caricom and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, as well as a part of the Commonwealth of Nations. Citizens of Grenada don’t pay foreign income, wealth, or inheritance taxes on their worldwide wealth, and enjoy visa-free travel to 145 countries.

Aside from boasting stunning scenery and delightful temperatures, there are multiple other benefits for investors considering citizenship in Grenada.
• Ability to travel visa-free to 145 countries
• No physical residency requirements in order to obtain your Grenada passport
• Include family on applications, and transfer citizenship to new spouses and future generations
• No restrictions on dual citizenship in Grenada.

The Grenada Citizenship programme requires a minimum donation of US$150,000, or a property purchase starting from US$220,000. There will also be additional due diligence fees as part of the application process.

In order to make an application for Grenada citizenship, you must be over the age of 18, have no criminal record, and be in good health.

Upon issuing your Grenada passport, you will be able to travel visa-free to 145 countries including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, the UK, and the Schengen Area.

Grenada allows visa-free access to China, and also has an E-2 Investor Visa Treaty with the US, meaning Grenadian citizens are eligible to apply for a non-immigrant visa.

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  • Visa-free travel to 145 countries
  • 4-6 months application processing time
  • $150,000 minimum requirement

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