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Grenada Citizenship

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Citizenship Euro > Grenada Citizenship

Benefits 

  • Visa-free access to 124 countries including the Schengen area, the UK, Singapore, China and Hong Kong
  • The only Caribbean citizenship–by–investment country which has visa–free access to China
  • Citizenship passed down to future generations
  • The only Caribbean country with a citizenship–by–investment program which holds an E–2 Investor
    Visa Treaty with the US, allowing citizens to be eligible to apply for a non-immigrant visa
  • Unrestricted right to live, travel and study in Grenada and in the CARICOM
  • Visa free travel to 120 countries including China & the EU’s Schengen Area
  • No interview requirement 
  • No residency requirement in Grenada before, during or after the application
  • Inclusion of parents & grandparents over the age of 65
  • Inclusion of children under the age of 26
  • Citizenship acquired in 3 months

The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme commenced in August 2013 by virtue of Act No.15, 2013 also known as the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act. Grenada passport holders may currently travel visa-free to 124 countries including the UK and Schengen area, China, Brazil and other key business and lifestyle destinations. Furthermore, it is the only citizenship–by–investment program which holds an E–2 Investor Visa Treaty with the US, allowing Grenadian nationals the opportunity to enter and work in the US, and it is the only investor migration program in the Caribbean that offers successful applicants visa–free access to China.

GRENADA

 

Grenada gained independence from the British in 1974 and is a full member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM), as well as the World Trade Organization (WTO). The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program commenced in August 2013 by virtue of Act No.15, 2013, also known as the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act.

 

Grenada Citizenship offers visa-free travel to over 100 countries, including the European Schengen Area. Eligible dependents include the spouse and children under the age of 25 years, as well as dependent parents above the age of 65.

 

Key requirements

 

A) A non-refundable contribution to the National Transformation Fund of US$ 200,000 (family of four), OR

 

B) An investment in Government-approved projects, which includes real estate developments such as villas and resorts, in the minimum amount of US$ 350,000.

 

Further, Grenada passport holders may apply for the E2 visa of the United States. The E2 visa is a non-immigrant visa especially for those who would like to visit the US anytime for business or live in the country. The visa is valid for five years and can be renewed with 2 year extensions.

 

There is no physical stay requirement, and the application process can be as fast as 3 – 4 months.

$ 200000

NTF

A non-refundable contribution to the National Transformation Fund of US$ 200,000 (family of four)

Questions and Answers

1: Which is the best Caribbean investment passport?

Grenada has visa-free travel over 121 countries. This includes China, Russia, UK/Ireland. Grenada has an E-2 treaty with the United States of America. Having a Grenadian passport allows you to apply for an E-2 nonimmigrant visa a better alternative to EB-5 as a Grenada citizen. Thus, no years of waiting, unlike EB-5. Another advantage of Grenada is the fact that you can include siblings in the application and is the only passport in the Caribbean that one can transfer citizenship to third generations, offers the right to vote and hold government offices.

2: Which is the best real estate project for investing in a passport?

Pro Citizenship works with several real estate developers in the Caribbean and Europe.

We can help you with your property requirements and also with various investment opportunities in Grenada. We currently have a Five-star resort in Grenada. Prices start with $220,000 for equity share + citizenship. The hotel will open around 2022. Investors benefit from rental returns and 3 weeks of holiday package per annum.

3: What is the history of citizenship by investment programs?

The history of citizenship for investment program goes way back to the 1980s where Caribbean and pacific island countries started selling passports.

US launched the immigrant investor scheme in 1990 approved by Congress followed by the UK, Ireland, and Canada.

4: Which CBI countries have an E-2 visa treaty with the US?

Grenada, Moldova, Turkey, and Montenegro all have E-2 treaty investors signed with the US.

5: Which countries permit a change of name through deed poll?

The name change is permitted by Dominica, Grenada, St Kitts if deed poll is submitted from the country of birth along with citizenship application. Antigua does not allow the name change. Vanuatu allows after receiving citizenship through an affidavit.

A deed poll is a legal document that proves a change of name.

Our lawyers will consult you on the phone and meet you in person.

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