Grenada Citizenship: Investor Benefits
Citizenship is for life for the investor, spouse, children, parents and siblings.
Citizenship is passed down through generations
Applicants are not required to visit or reside in Grenada.
Grenada's passports are issued within approximately 90 to 120 days of filing an application.
A tax-efficient jurisdiction. Free from personal income, capital gains, gift, wealth and inheritance taxes
Citizens of Grenada may travel visa-free to more than 130 countries, including the United Kingdom,
Russia, China, Schengen European countries and most British Commonwealth countries.
Citizens of Grenada are eligible to apply for the US E-2 visa.
Citizenship includes full residency status and the right to work in Grenada.
Dual citizenship is permitted without any requirement to notify the applicant’s home country.
Exit options provide the ability to realize capital gain on the investment after a 5-year holding period.
Unmarried siblings above 18 years can be added with main applicant with minimal cost.
Grenadian Citizenship: Relocating to USA
Grenada is the only Caribbean country (with a citizenship by investment program) whose citizens (including economic citizens) are eligible to apply for a US E-2 visa (under a treaty entered into between the United States of America and the Government of Grenada). There have been a number of successful cases where Grenadian economic citizens have received a US E-2 visa.
A US E-2 visa allows an investor to live and do business in the United States of America in exchange for a “substantial” investment (minimum recommended threshold is US $250,000) in the United States of America. This investment must be in an enterprise that the investor is able to “develop and direct” and which is at least 50 per cent owned by the investor.
Unlike many countries which have entered into a US E2 Treaty with the United States of America, Grenadians who have been granted a US E-2 visa are allowed to stay in the United States of America for 5 years with no restrictions on the number of times their US E2 visa may be renewed.
The investor’s spouse and dependent children (under 21) may also be included in US E2 application allowing them to also relocate to the United States of America with the possibility to work and study in the United States of America.
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