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          G R E N A D A

    Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP)

Grenada is the only Caribbean country that allows citizenship to be passed along to investors’ future spouses and children.  There is no residency, language, education, or interview requirement, and both cash and real estate investment options are available. 

Grenada - USA E-2 Visa Program


* E-2 Visa "Foreign investors in CBI programs will have to reside

in Grenada for 3 years first"

The USA E-2 visa allows entrepreneurs from a treaty country (such as Grenada) to come to the USA to open and operate a business.  It does not lead directly to permanent residency, but rather can be extended indefinitely, and may provide applicants with options to obtain a green card while on E-2 status.  The E-2 visa allows a spouse and unmarried children (under age 21) to enter the USA with the principal applicant, and to work or attend school.

Applicants need to invest either $150,000 as a donation or $220,000 in a government approved real estate project and maintain the property investment in Grenada for at least 5 years.


• Fast processing

• Dependent children under 30 years old may be included in the program

• Dependent parents above 55 years old may be included in the program

• Travel visa-free to over 143 countries including the UK, Russia and Schengen Area • No residency requirement

• No interview required

• No tax on worldwide income

• No English language requirement


• Be over 18 yearsold

• Have no criminal record

• Complete a medical examination

• Dependent children may be included if they are:

• Under 30 years old, full time student and unmarried;

• Financially dependent on the principal applicant

• Dependent parents may be included if they are:

• Above 55 years old

• Living with the principal applicant

• Financially dependent on the principal applicant

Investment Options


Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment program offers two main investment options through donation and real estate. The government’s donation route requires a minimum contribution of $150,000 to Grenada’s National Transformation Fund (NTF). Alternatively, a minimum real estate investment of US$220,000 in a government-approved project is required. In addition, related government application fees and due diligence fees apply.


• Submit the completed application forms and required documents

• Payment of application and due diligence fees

• Completion of Due Diligence process

• The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee gives its recommendation to the

  relevant minister

• A decision will be advised within 60 days from the date of formal application


• Transfer of the investment amount to Grenada

• Issuance of Grenadian citizenship certificate andpassport(s) within four months from

  complete applications

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