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Grenada Passport and Citizenship Information Guide

Grenada’s Investment Citizenship Program allows foreign individuals and their families to obtain citizenship or permanent residence.


There are two types of investments to get citizenship or permanent residence:


1. Payment into the National Transformation Fund; or

2. A payment towards an approved project in Grenada


Why Grenada is a great option for a second passport?

First of all, Grenada recognizes dual citizenship, which means you can keep your current passport unless your current nationality does not allow dual citizenship. Grenada’s scheme allows qualified investors and their family members to apply for citizenship and benefit from visa-free travel.




  • You’re of outstanding character

  • At least 18 years of age

  • You have no criminal record

  • You are in excellent health

  • You willing to make a necessary contribution



Other Benefits of Grenadian Citizenship:

  • Fast processing of Your application within 3-4 months;

  • You are able to include Your dependent children under 30, or children with physically or mentally challenged living with and fully supported by the main applicant;

  • You can also include Your dependent parents;

  • You can include a sibling of the main applicant as well who is at least eighteen years of age, and is single with no children;

  • You are not obliged to permanently reside in Grenada - No physical residency requirements!

  • You are not required to travel to Grenada during the citizenship and residency application process;

  • Neither education nor management experience is required;

  • You will have Visa-free travel to over 125 countries!

  • No foreign income, wealth, gift, inheritance, or capital gains tax.

  • Stable environment

  • Duty-free trading in the Caribbean



The leading sectors for foreign direct investments in Grenada are:

  • Tourism;

  • Financial Industry;

  • Construction

  • Manufacturing


Investment Options:

1. Real Estate Investment

Mount Cinnamon is one of the most successful development under Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Program. Applicants must invest a real estate, which must be maintained for a minimum of four years. The minimum amount includes the main applicant, main applicant’s spouse, and two qualifying dependents.

2. National Transformation Fund Donation

Applicants may donate to Grenada’s National Transformation Fund. The minimum amount covers the main applicant only. For a family of up to 4 people, there is a specific requirement set. An extra donation is required for each additional dependent.


Applications for citizenship cannot be submitted directly to Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC) and must be handled by agents.

We will assist You with preparing documents for submission, completing official forms, obtaining certain supporting documents, guiding You on obtaining background checks. All the documents will need to be legalized and submitted in English.

Currently, there is no mandatory interview requirement for Grenada Investment Citizenship!


Once the Minister, by CBIC’s recommendation, makes the decision on Your application, You will be issued a letter providing details on Your application.

If approved, you will be getting a letter with instructions on how to make a contribution or how to complete the purchase of the real estate.


Once paid You will be receiving a certificate of registration, establishing that You have received a Grenada citizenship, which allows you to apply for a Grenadian passport.


Find out countries where citizens of Grenada may travel visa-free.

How to proceed if you require assistance?

1. Email us ( Your issue and any documentation that you consider relevant


2. We review your documents and appoint a consultant/lawyer to contact you with the brief assessment


3. You decide whether to proceed.


All our cases are handled by experienced lawyers and RCIC immigration specialists.


Source & Copyright: The source of the above visa and immigration information and the copyright owner is the: Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Immigration Quebec

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