Grenada awards citizenship after only three months of application. A personal visit is not required. The ability to add siblings, parents, and grandparents of the primary applicant or their spouse in the application is a crucial feature. There are two possibilities:
- The applicant must contribute at least $150,000 to Grenada’s National Transformation Fund. A contribution of $200,000 US for a family of four would be a good investment.
- Another appealing alternative is to spend $220,000 on a local real estate project as a co-owner for five years, which compares well to what other nations need in exchange for citizenship.
A Grenada passport entitles holders to visa-free or visa-on-arrival entry to 143 countries, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia, and the United Kingdom, as well as the Schengen Area of Europe. Another unique feature for holders of a Grenadian passport is that it may be used as a bridge to an American E-2 investor work visa, allowing them to enter the United States. Here’s where you can learn more about Grenada.