Grenada, “The Authentic Caribbean”, known as the ‘Spice Isle’, is one of the most beautiful and lush islands in the West Indies.

Unspoilt and exotic, Grenada’s dramatic scenery, tropical rain forests, mountains, waterfalls and golden beaches will appeal to visitors from around the world.

The Government of Grenada has launched a Citizenship By Investment program aimed at generating and creating an access to foreign direct investment. The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC) is the appointed body of government with the responsibility to oversee the processing of applications for Grenadian citizenship by either investment or permanent residence. The Government fully supports this Citizenship By Investment program and welcomes any individual and their family to participate.


Individual Freedom

  • Instant and Irrevocable Citizenship
  • Dual Citizenship
  • No requirement to reside in Grenada

Business Advantages

  • Tax Free Status – on Foreign Income, Capital Gains, Gift and Inheritance Tax
  • No interview, education or management experience required E-2 Visa: Grenada to U.S.A.
  • Well known, stable and established investment environment

Visa Free Travel

  • Instant travel to more than 100 Countries including Schengen Visa Countries of Europe, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Hong Kong.
  • Be a Grenadian citizen
  • Invest a substantial amount of capital in a bona fide enterprise in the U.S.
  • Be seeking to enter the U.S. solely to develop and direct the investment enterprise (showing at least 50% ownership of the enterprise or possession of operational control through a managerial position or other corporate device).

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Appointment of Authorized Agent
An applicant for citizenship must be at least 18 years of age, of good character, has no criminal records and be willing to make the required contribution. Applications for citizenship cannot be submitted directly to the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC) and must only be handled by an Authorized local Agent. An “authorized local agent” acts on behalf of the main applicant in relation to a citizenship by investment application.

Applicant’s Authorized local Agent provides applicant with assistance in preparing the documentation for submission.
Applicant must complete the official forms, attend a medical examination and obtain certain supporting documents, all of which need to be submitted in English and with the appropriate legalization.

For purchasing property, this will need to be reserved through a sale and purchase agreement at this point. Your Agent will be able to advise you on the preparation of the documents and how to have them legalised.

When all of Applicant’s forms are complete, the Agent will submit the application to CBIC and will liaise to all correspondence, queries or questions on the file that may

The application will be vetted through a thorough due diligence back ground check which will verify the information that Applicant has provided.

The CBIC will consider the file in the light of the due diligence report, and will take a decision about the application.

Applicant will receive a letter through the authorized agent who will inform the Applicant whether the application has been successful, has been delayed for further
processing or has been rejected.

If the application is successful, then the Applicant will receive a letter instructing them to make the investment payment (for the Government Fund option) or to complete the payment of the real estate property.

Upon receiving proof of the payment, the CBIC will issue a certificate of registration which will be able to be used by the agent to apply for a Grenadian passport. From submission, the processing time is approximately 8 – 12 weeks.

No government officer or department is responsible for applying for passports for any individual.

The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC) requires investors of good character to make an economic contribution to the country and in exchange, applicants and their families are granted citizenship.