The Grenada citizenship by investment program was established in 2013 to help attract financial investment to the island. Today, citizenship by donation is one of two Grenada CBI programs available for achieving Grenada nationality. By making a minimum Grenada donation of $150,000, eligible individuals can pursue Grenada immigration with their families and ultimately receive the Grenada passport. Unlike other Caribbean CBI programs, the Grenada donation scheme is open to nationals from any country. Your Grenada donation will go directly to the government’s National Transformation Fund (NTF), established to aid in the absorption of Grenada donation fees by improving the island’s infrastructure and grow its economy; hospitals, roads, and educational facilities, are just some of the many recipients supported by this popular citizenship by donation program via the Grenada CBI.
The minimum donation for Grenada citizenship is currently 150,000 USD (not including fees) for one individual; each additional dependent who would obtain Grenada nationality and Granada citizenship through your Grenada CBI application represents an additional fee, which is determined by his or her age/relationship to the main applicant. Please note, all Grenada donation fees for the Grenada citizenship program are non-refundable..
Under the terms of the Grenada CBI program, the below types of individuals are eligible to achieve Grenada immigration as dependents on your Grenada donation application:
Please note that all Grenada donation fees for Grenada immigration are eligible to change. Please contact Guide Consultants directly for the most up to date information on Grenada citizenship by donation, the Grenada passport, and for an overview of the Grenada CBI and Grenada citizenship program.
The Grenada citizenship by donation via the Grenada CBI program is different from the Grenada citizenship through real estate investment program. For information about receiving Grenada nationality and a Grenada passport by purchasing real estate on the island, click here. For general information about Grenada immigration, click here.
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