Grenada is an island nation made up of Grenada itself and six small islands at the south end of the Grenadines in the Caribbean Sea. Often called the “Island of Spice”, the nation is one of the world’s top producers of nutmeg, mace and other spices.

An estimated 110,000 people call the 133 square miles of Grenada home. Many of them live in and near St. George’s, the capital city. English is the official language used in government, but Grenadian Creole is the most common language heard on the streets. Perhaps 10 to 20 percent of the population speaks French Patois.

Tourism is the economic engine behind the nation’s economy, which is based on the East Caribbean dollar. A large cruise ship pier accounts for a recent increase in tourism on the island. Other visitors arrive at Maurice Bishop International Airport and can connect with nearby islands as well as to Canada, Europe and the United States.

The nation has a rich and vibrant history that has developed largely because of its unique past. Once a French colony, then a British colony, Grenada became independent and was then reorganized with the influence of the United States. Stable and democratic since 1983, a prime minister leads the nation.

As a commonwealth, however, Grenada citizens are subjects of the British monarchy. As part of the Commonwealth, Grenada’s citizens are mostly of mixed descent due to the island’s varied cultural heritage. Today, there are many citizens of African and Native American descent, as well as those whose ancestors came from France and England.

Useful Information:

Capital: St. George’s
Population: 110,000
Language: Officially English, most speak Grenadian Creole
Religion: Almost Entirely Christian
Currency: East Caribbean Dollar (EC$2.7169 = US $1)
Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II
Head of Government: Prime Minister

 

Grenada is still in the process of establishing it’s citizenship program. It is set to take a similar path as that of St Kitts and Nevis, where applicants will invest in real estate. Once Grenada’s program has been structured and the investment prices set we will update the page. However, please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information

 

GRENADA INVESTMENT OPTIONS

 

THE NATIONAL TRANSFORMATION FUND (NTF) – Donation Option

  • Single Applicant USD 200,000
  • Main Applicant + Spouse USD 200,000
  • Family of four family members USD 200,000
  • Family over four family members USD 200,000 plus USD 25,000 per additional dependant after the third dependant

 

Application Fee​:​ USD 1,500 per person

 

Due Diligence Fee​s​​:​

  • Single Applicant USD 5,000
  • Main Applicant & Spouse USD ​10,000
  • Family with 4 family members or over, USD 5,000 per person aged 18 years and over, $2,000 for each dependant aged 12-17

 

Processing Fees​:​

  • Single Applicant USD 1,500
  • Main Applicant plus spouse USD ​3,000
  • Family with 4 family members or over USD 1,500 per person aged 18 years and over, USD 500 per person for under 18’s

 

​REAL ESTATE OPTION ​

 

Investment into Real Estate: USD 350,000 PLUS

 

​Government Fees:

  • Single Applicant USD 5​0​,000
  • Main Applicant + Spouse USD 5​0​,000
  • Family of four family members​ USD 5​0​,000
  • ​Family over four family members USD 5​0​,000​ ​plus​ ​USD 25,000 per additional dependant after the third dependant

 

Application Fee​:​ USD 1,500 per person

 

Due Diligence Fee​s​​:​

  • Single Applicant USD 5,000
  • Main Applicant & Spouse USD ​10,000
  • Family with 4 family members or over, USD 5,000 per person aged 18 years and over, $2,000 for each dependant aged 12-17

 

Processing Fees​:​

  • Single Applicant USD 1,500
  • Main Applicant plus spouse USD ​3,000
  • Family with 4 family members or over USD 1,500 per person aged 18 years and over, USD 500 per person for under 18’s