INTERESTED IN A CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAMME?

GRENADA CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAM

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Grenada is a hidden gem located in the eastern Caribbean just south of Barbados. With unspoiled beauty offering a lifestyle so pure and authentic that you will feel instantly renewed. Dubbed the Spice Isle, it is famed for its aromatic spices of nutmeg and mace, plus its organic chocolate. The tri-island destination consists of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. Grenada’s generosity will bowl you over.

About Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme

The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme (CBI) programme in Grenada was established in 2013. It gives an opportunity for global citizens to live, work and explore this beautiful Caribbean country. There are two options available for clients under the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme.

Benefits of investing in Grenada

Grenada has Visa free travel to over 115 countries including China, Singapore, Hong Kong and all of the European Union member countries

Allows Dual citizenship

Confidential Due Diligence process

No tax on income generated outside of Grenada

Minimal processing fees

No interview, education, or management experience required

No requirement to reside in Grenada before or after citizenship is granted

Well-known, stable and established investment environment

Investment Options

Applicants will be required to confirm one of the following investment options.

The National Transformation Fund

The National Transformation Fund (NTF) was established in 2013 as a means of transforming Grenada’s economy. The NTF finances various projects in Grenada for the continuous developments of its many industries, including tourism, agriculture, and alternative energy. This is a one-time non-refundable payment.

Government Fees for NTF DONATION Main Applicant Main Applicant and Spouse Family of four family members Family over four family members
Required Contribution Amount
US$150,000
US$200,000
USD$200,000
US$200,000
plus USD $25,000 per additional Dependent after the third one
Application Fee
US$1,500
US$1,500 per person
US$1,500 per person
US$1,500 per person
Due Diligence
US$5,000
US$5,000 per person
US$5,000 per person

Dependent child aged 16 and under - free
Dependent child aged 17 to 25 – US$5,000
US$5,000 per person

Dependent child aged 16 and under - free
Dependent child aged 17 to 25 – US$5,000
Processing Fee
US$1,500
US$1,500 per person
US$1,500 per person aged 18 and over, USD 500 for persons under 18
US$1,500 per person aged 18 and over, US$500 for persons under 18

Government Approved Real Estate Investment

One of the options available to applicants seeking to obtain citizenship by investment in Grenada is to invest in a Government-approved project. Currently, these projects encompass real estate developments such as hotels, villas, and resorts. Because of the growth of the tourism industry, there is rising demand for tourist housing facilities. Real estate developments are thus fantastic opportunities for investors looking for high returns. Applicants opting for the approved project (real estate) route must invest at least US$220,000.  The property is required to be held for at least five (5) years following the grant of citizenship before it can be re-sold.

REAL ESTATE OPTION Main Applicant Main Applicant and Spouse Family of four family members Family over four family members
Minimum Required Contribution
Co-ownership: US$220,000
or
Single ownership: US$350,000
Co-ownership: US$220,000
or
Single ownership: US$350,000
Co-ownership: US$220,000
or
Single ownership: US$350,000
Co-ownership: US$220,000
or
Single ownership: US$350,000
Government Fee
US$50,000
US$50,000
US$50,000
US$50,000
and US$25,000
per additional Dependent after the third one
Due Diligence Fee
US$5,000 per person
US$5,000 per person
US$5,000 per person

Dependent child aged 16 and under - free
Dependent child aged 17 to 25 – US$5,000
US$5,000 per person

Dependent child aged 16 and under - free
Dependent child aged 17 to 25 – US$5,000
Government fees due upon approval
US$25,000
US$35,000
US$35,000
Sibling of the Main Applicant or of the Spouse:

Aged 18-25: US$50,000

Aged 17 and under: US$25,000

How to Apply

Steps To Grenada Passport

Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Programme is administered by Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC). All applications should be handled by authorised agents. Applicants must contact an Authorised International Marketing Agent, who in turn will liaise with an Authorised Local Agent. Applicants may not contact Authorised Local Agents directly.

Step 1

Confirm your investment option with us, an Authorized Agent of the Caribbean economic citizenship program.

Step 2

Government application form and medical examination are completed and supporting documents obtained to submit to the Executive Office of Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC) for processing and approval. All documents must be submitted in English and be appropriately legalised. If the applicant is purchasing real estate, this will need to be reserved through a sale and purchase agreement.

Step 3

Each application is vetted by the Government through a thorough due diligence background check, during which time submitted information is examined and verified.

Step 4

If the application is successful, the CBIC issues a letter instructing the applicant (through his or her Authorised Local Agent) to either make the contribution (for the NTF option) or complete the purchase of his or her real estate.

Step 5

Upon receiving proof of payment, the CBIC issues the certificate of registration, establishing that the applicant has received Grenadian citizenship. Authorised Local Agents must use this certificate to apply for a Grenadian passport on behalf of the Applicant.

Requirements of
Grenada Citizenship By Investment

To obtain citizenship of Grenada, you don’t need to speak the language and there are also no obligations to live in the country.

An Applicant for citizenship must fulfil the personal requirements established under the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act, 2013. The Main Applicant must demonstrate that he/she is: 

Age of 18 and older
No Criminal Record (Proved by a police certificate)
Good health (Proved by a certificate by a medical practitioner, indicating that the Main Applicant and his or her applying family members are not suffering from any communicable disease and that they are otherwise in good health)
Successful due diligence check

In your application you may also include:

A spouse of the main applicant

Children of the main applicant up to age 25

Parents over 55 years old

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