Citizenship by investment programmes allow credible individuals, with legitimate financial means to fast track their naturalisation in a foreign country. Once naturalised, these “economic citizens” usually acquire lifetime citizenship and the rights and privileges of natural-born citizens.

Since 2013, Grenada’s citizenship by investment programme has been transforming the lives of individuals by increasing their global mobility, improving their wealth management, and providing access to key treaties, such as the US E2 Visa Treaty, CARICOM, and the OECS.


In Grenada, the Citizenship by Investment Programme is governed by the Citizenship by Investment Act, 2013, which places management of the programme under the auspices of the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit.

The Unit is directed by the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee. This seven-man committee – headed by a chairman – is responsible for overseeing the processing of citizenship and project applications, and reports recommendations to the government minister in charge. All power to approve, delay, or deny applications for citizenship and projects, resides in the hands of the government minister.

Interested in viewing the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Act, 2013? View it here.


Grenada’s Citizenship by Investment Programme provides the best value for money for families interested in redesigning their lives and achieving a truly global lifestyle.


Applying for Grenada citizenship is a simple process that takes four to five months to complete. During such time, the applicant is never required to visit the island or reside therein. In Grenada, emphasis is placed on safeguarding the quality of Grenada’s citizenship.

As a result, emphasis is placed on ensuring each individual on an application, who is 17 years or older is subject to strict due diligence protocols. This requirement is the longest component of the citizenship application process.

A full guide to applying for Grenada citizenship is available here.


The grant of Grenada citizenship is a privilege that is bestowed only to the most deserving of individuals, who meet the mandates set forth by the Government of Grenada. To qualify for citizenship, applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a clean criminal record, be in good health and be financially able to meet the cost of the investment.

In addition to meeting the financial costs of the investment, applicants must also show that their finances were generated from legal sources. To ensure that applicants meet the stated requirements, each application is usually accompanied by a number of supporting documents and is subject to stringent due diligence procedures.

To see if you will potentially qualify for Grenada citizenship, please view our Applicant Eligibility Check List.

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