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Citizenship by investment in Grenada offers a range of compelling benefits to individuals and families seeking a second citizenship. One notable advantage is the access to visa-free or visa-on-arrival travel to over 140 countries, including the United Kingdom, the Schengen Area, and China, among others. This enhanced global mobility facilitates business opportunities, international travel, and seamless exploration of new destinations. Additionally, Grenada's citizenship by investment program provides a stable political and economic environment, with a reputation for investor-friendly policies. The program offers potential tax advantages, including no worldwide income or wealth taxes, making it an attractive option for individuals seeking tax optimization. Moreover, citizenship in Grenada grants access to the country's robust healthcare and education systems, ensuring a high standard of living for citizens and their families. The option to include dependent family members and the ability to pass down citizenship to future generations further solidifies Grenada's program as an appealing choice for those looking to secure a valuable second citizenship.


  • Visa free travel to 143 countries (including United Kingdom, European Union, Schengen Zone, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and United Arab Emirates)

  • Right to live, work and study anywhere in Caribbean region

  • Dual citizenship allowed

  • E2- Treaty Investor Visa with United States of America- allows Grenada citizens to operate a substantial business in United States of America and reside there

  • Free trade within CARICOM region

  • No taxes on global income, capital gains, wealth and inheritance

  • Irrevocable citizenship and future generations



Under the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program, the applicant has two investment options:

  • National Transformation Fund (donation): from US$150,000

  • Approved real estate project: from US$220,000

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