COUNTRY BACKGROUND Grenada

Grenada, known as the ‘Isle of Spice,’ is one of the most magnificent islands in the West Indies. Unspoilt and exotic, it astounds visitors with its wildly jagged mountain peaks, hidden coves, spice plantations, and lush verdant rainforests. Its beaches are idyllic, with white or golden sand, palm trees, and the delicate aroma of the island’s native spices. In addition to its scenery, Grenada offers culture, fun, and friendliness typical of the authentic Caribbean life – making Grenada the perfect place in which to live, work and play. Grenada’s proximity to the Equator ensures a year-round tropical climate, with average temperatures ranging between 23 and 28°C. Its cooling trade winds offer very comfortable conditions.

Antigua & Barbuda GLOBAL RANKING

Rank 5 - UNDP Human Development Index (CARICOM Countries)

Rank 74 - UNDP Human Development Indicators (World)

Rank 33 - Passport Power Index

INTERNATIONAL
MEMBERSHIPS

World Trade Organization (WTO)

Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM)

The Commonwealth of Nations

The United Nations (UN) and its Specialised Agencies

World Health Organization

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Benefits

VISA-FREE TRAVEL

Visa-free and visa-on-arrival travel to over 140 countries and territories including Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Russia, The Schengen area, and the United Kingdom.

Guaranteed by law

The Grenada program is the only one of the Caribbean citizenships by investment programs that offers an opportunity to obtain an E-2 Investor visa in the United States of America

Straightforward process

Designed to be a smooth and straightforward process with a timeframe of 6 months to your new citizenship.

TAX RELIEF

Grenada imposes minimal taxation, with an exception of no taxation on wealth, gift, inheritance, foreign income, or capital gain.

Minimal residency required

There are no residency requirements – you are eligible to apply immediately

DUAL CITIZENSHIP PERMITTED

There is no need to renounce your current citizenship(s), and your home authorities are not notified of your new citizenship.