Obtain Dual Citizenship in Grenada

Grenada Citizenship By Investment

The Grenada Citizenship By Investment (CBI) Programme is one of the oldest in the world, launched in 1997. More than 20 years of programme operation means streamlined processes and compliance with the time frames for all procedures. Grenada has one of the most popular citizenship programmes.

Grenada is the only Caribbean country which holds the coveted E-2 visa treaty with the US, allowing citizens to apply for a non-immigrant visa and reside there.
The Grenada passport allows visiting China without a visa for 30 days a year. Grenada citizens can get a US Entrepreneur Visa - E2. There is no minimum amount of business investment for this type of visa. At the same time, the investor can freely enter and leave the USA and live there with their family.

Donation from $150,000

Make a donation to the Grenada National Transformation Fund of $150,000 for a single person or USD 200,000 for a family of 4. In addition to the donation amount, you should also pay the government processing, due diligence and passport fees.

Grenada Citizenship By Investment

Why Choose Grenada for Citizenship or Second Passport

Access to the USA

Grenada citizenship gives you access to the USA through the US E-2 Investor Visa treaty.

Visa-Free Travel

Grenada passport provides visa-free travel to 141 countries, including the EU (Visa Europe), the UK, and China.

Whole Family

Your spouse, minor children, parents, grandparents, siblings and dependent children under 30 can also be included even if they do not study.

International Recognition

Grenada citizenship is one of the best options for a second passport due to its transparency of policy, education, and passport power.


Initial due diligence

Sign the client agreement and provide supporting documentation.


Sign a reservation form and submit a deposit of $22,000 against the investment of US $220,000 to secure your interest in government-approved real estate.

Document Submission

Collect the required documents. Legal fees, due diligence fees, application fees and processing fees must be paid along with the application.

Application Processing

Application processing takes approximately 90 days. Upon approval of the application, the investor will pay within 7 days the remaining balance. This payment can be reduced by $132,000 in case of a financed option.

Document Submission

Proof of ownership will be submitted to the government. The CBI unit will issue the Certificates of Citizenship and Passports.

Investment options and requirements for obtaining Grenada citizenship

Grenada Passport or dual citizenship

1 option

Non-refundable contribution $150,000+

A non-refundable contribution to the National Transformation Fund. Grenada uses the fund money to support healthcare, education and agriculture.

In addition to investing, a programme participant also pays for Due Diligence and preparation of documents, as well as state fees. The total expenses amount depends on the number and age of family members.

Investments in the Grenada state fund, including fees

Contribution to the National
Transformation Fund

$150,000 — for an investor

$200,000 — for a family of 2 to 4 people

$25,000 — extra payment per applicant starting with the fifth family member, excluding:
• $50,000 — per parent under 55
• $75,000 — per sibling

Due Diligence$5,000 — per applicant over 16
Application fee$1,500 — per applicant
Processing fee

$1,500 — per applicant over 18

$500 — per child under 18

Grenada citizenship by investment or dual citizenship

2 option

Purchase of government‑approved real estate $220,000+

The investor can choose a property from a government-approved list, which includes hotels and condominiums. Grenada offers to buy a share in a project, a villa or an apartment. Share participation requires the lowest investment sum of $220,000. After 5 years, the property can be sold, and the investment returned.

The investor can earn income by renting out the property. If the investor participates in the project, they get half the income. A management company deals with organisational and technical matters. If the investor has bought an apartment or cottage, they can live in it themselves or rent it out.

According to NoorCo Consultancy Expert, renting out tourist properties in Grenada generates between 2 and 5% yearly yield.

The holiday season lasts all year round, so there is always a demand for property, and rental prices do not fluctuate.

Investments in Grenada real estate, including fees

Investment amount$220,000 — regardless of the number of applicants, for a minimum of 5-year ownership
State fee

$50,000 — for a family of up to 4 people

$25,000 — per applicant from the fifth family member, excluding:
• $50,000 — per parent under 55
• $75,000 — per sibling

Due Diligence$5,000 — per applicant over 16
Application fee
$1,500 — per applicant
Processing fee

$1,500 — per applicant over 18

$500 — per child under 18

8 main benefits of the Grenada Citizenship By Investment program

1. Low investment threshold

Wealthy people can invest at least $150,000 and get Grenada passports.

2. Fast processing time

The whole process of becoming a Grenada citizen takes 3 to 6 months.

3. Visa-free entry to 146 countries

Without visas, Grenada citizens can travel to 146 countries, including the EU, UK, Hong Kong, and China.
The E-2 business visa to the USA is available to Grenada citizens. The visa allows the investor and their family to live, do business, study and work in the USA without entry restrictions.
With Grenada investment citizenship, getting a US visitor visa for 10 years is easier.
Grenada has a visa-waiver agreement with China with an allowed stay of up to 30 days per year.

4. Preferential education

The investor’s children can be educated in the UK on preferential terms.


5. European bank accounts

The Grenada passport makes it easier to open an account with European banks to take out loans, deposit money and carry out simple currency transactions.

6. Tax optimisation

Grenada taxation may benefit residents as income and capital received outside the country are not taxed. Grenada has no taxes on wealth, inheritance and capital gains.
Tax rates in Grenada:
28%— on the income of companies earned in the country;
5 to 15% — property transfer;
up to 0.5% — on real estate.


7. Investment return

The Grenada CBI programme offers investors to purchase shares in tourism infrastructure projects. During ownership, the property can be rented out and bring an income of 2 to 5% per annum. After 5 years, the property can be sold at a profit.


8. Convenient service

The processing is remote and confidential through a licensed programme agent like Immigrant Invest.

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