Grenada is a Caribbean country composed of three main islands, Grenada, Carriacouan, and Petite Grenada. In addition to sandy beaches, wonderful waterfalls, and abundant spices, Grenada offers a high standard of living, with festive and sports events throughout the year.
The main airport makes the islands easily accessible to London, New York, Toronto and Miami.
Grenada is a member of the Commonwealth and the UN, and with a democratic system, it is politically, socially, and economically stable.
Recently tourism has become the leading sector for foreign direct investments together with the rise of the offshore financial industry.
Strong performances in construction and manufacturing have contributed to healthy economic growth, with the government also working on agricultural projects.
The island has no income, wealth or inheritance taxes.
In 2013 the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme was launched allowing qualifying investors to apply for citizenship and visa-free travel. The scheme allows for the Applicant, their spouse, children, and in some cases parents, to enjoy the island whilst exploring new business ventures.
In order to preserve the prestige of the initiative the application is by invitation only, but there is no requirement to live there.
By keeping investment contributions to a reasonable level, Grenada is an attractive option for international businessmen looking for security and travel options for their families.
An investment of 220,000 USD or more with a pre-approved real estate project.A larger investment will be required for an application covering additional family members.
See left Real Estate.
A donation to The National Transformation Fund of 150,000 USD with additional donations being relative to the Applicant’s dependants who may also be party to the application.
Ownership of the real estate must be retained for three years otherwise citizenship can be revoked.