Grenada gained independence in 1974 without breaking formal ties to the British Commonwealth. Grenada is an island nation made up of the island of Grenada and six small islands at the south end of the Grenadines in the Caribbean Sea. Often called the “Island of Spice”, the nation is one of the world’s top producers of nutmeg, mace and other spices. Grenada is attractive for the option for Grenadians to apply for E-2 USA ‘Investor Visa’ to reside in the United States. Grenada citizenship applicants obtain an irrevocable citizenship and passport without having to reside in the country or renounce their current nationality.
$ 150 000
5 years validity
Donation or Real Estate
E-2 Visa allows Grenada citizens to operate a business and reside in USA
Irrevocable & lifetime citizenship for you and subsequent generations
No need to renounce current citizenship
No notification to home country on additional citizenship
No physical residency
No interview requirement or need to travel to Dominica for process
Visa-free access to 145 countries including China, UK , Schengen states
Allowed to stay in UK for 6 months at a time
Easy to obtain travel visas for other countries when required
Take up residence & work in CARICOM member countries
No capital gains, gift, wealth & inheritance tax, no tax for non-residents
Able to open a bank account with new nationality in another jurisdiction
Reliable and efficient banking institutions on island
An extremely efficient process compared to other Caribbean countries
Contributing to the prosperity of a peaceful, welcoming country
Citizenship By Investment Options
Donation to the National Transformation Fund “NTF”
A nonrefundable financial contribution to government fund, depending on number of applicants and their ages.
Main applicant plus spouse
Main applicant plus up to three dependants
Any additional dependent
Real Estate Investment
Investment in a government-approved real estate project such as freehold property, hotel shares, or fractional ownership.
Minimum Investment (hold for 3 years)
When the application is approved, the following government fees will apply (real estate option only).
Main applicant, spouse
and up to two dependents ( under 30)
Dependent (under 30)
(sibling of applicant or spouse)
Additional Fees for Both Options
Due Diligence & Background Checks
Compulsory background checks are payable to Government-preferred international due diligence agencies to screen applicants (ie:Interpol). Passport fees are also payable upon approval. Professional, legal, and courier fees are additional and can vary. Please contact us to provide a full, itemized and detailed quote for your application.
(17-29 years of age, parents 55 and over)
(siblings older than 18)
Processing Fee (per adult)
Processing Fee (per child)
Naturalization Fee (per person)
Passport fee (per person)
Timeframe & Process
You will be appointed a specialized team member to advise on the collection of required documents. Our team will support you every step of the way to ensure all documents are perfect to ensure a successful application.
Government processing fees, due diligence fees, and professional & legal fees are payable when we are ready for you to courier all your documents for submission to the government.
Once the application has been submitted, due diligence will take 3-4 weeks. You will receive an approval letter when the government receives the due diligence report. Once accepted you are requested to pay the donation or investment.
A Naturalization Certificate and your passport are issued in your name and couriered to you. You are now formally an Grenadan citizen.