Contact Us

Investment Migration Agency Grenada

P.O. Box 298
Burns Point, Carenage,
St. George’s, GRENADA, West Indies

Phone: +1 (473) 435-0177 or 435-0178
Fax: +1 (473) 435-0176

For more information on becoming a Grenadian citizen, please complete the required fields and someone will contact you.

Frequently Asked Questions

About Grenada
  • Where is Grenada located?

    Grenada is located in the Caribbean Sea at the following coordinates: 12°03’N 61°45’W. This means that Grenada is twelve degrees and three minutes north of the Equator.

  • How is Grenada’s economic outlook?

    Grenada’s economy is expanding in the tourism, agriculture, and manufacturing sectors. As part of the Easter Caribbean Central Bank and currency system, its currency is stable, secure, and tied to the United States dollar. Business can also be conducted in United States dollars. There are no taxes on the repatriation of profit.

Getting Started
  • Who are international marketing agents?

    International Marketing agent means a person or body granted a marketing license to promote or disseminate information locally or overseas about the Grenada Citizenship by investment Program, with the intention of identifying suitable applicants for Citizenship By investment for submission through a Local Agent to the Grenada CBI Committee

  • How can I find or contact an international marketing agent?

    All authorized Local agents can be found on the official website of the Investment Migration Agency Grenada and can be contacted via email and telephone numbers listed.

  • Who are local agents?

    A local agent refers to a national of a member state pursuant to the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramus, who is ordinarily a resident in Grenada and who has been granted a Local Agents License by the Minister and is authorized to act on behalf of the main applicant in relation to the Citizenship by Investment application. The local agent is the one who submits an application on behalf of the main applicant and acts as the liaison between the CBI Committee and the applicant.

  • How can I find or contact a local agent?

    All authorized Local agents can be found on the official website of the Grenada Citizenship by Investment and can be contacted via email and telephone numbers listed.

  • Can I contact the Investment Migration Agency Grenada directly?

    All contact with the agency must be done through an Authorized Local Agent

  • Can the Investment Migration Agency Grenada recommend an international marketing agent or a local agent?

    No, the Agency can direct any interested investor to the list of Marketing Agents along with their contacts on the website.

Investment Options
  • What are the different investment options available?

    Applicants have a choice of three investment options for the submission of an application.

    • National Transformation Fund (NTF) — Is a direct contribution to the National Transformation fund in Grenada.
    • Real Estate — investment into an approved project (real estate) in Grenada
    • Significant Investment — the purchase of a registered business or company orperating in Grenada, purchase of shares in a company or consortium of companies or substantial Real estate purchases.
  • What is the minimum investment required for the contribution to the National Transformation Fund?

    A single applicant investment is US$150K.
    A family of four persons the minimum investment is US$200K.

  • What is the minimum investment required for a real estate investment option?

    The Minimum investment to an approved project is US$220K. The Minimum Government Contribution which accompanies this approved project investment is US$50K.

Applicants and Dependants
  • Is there a minimum age requirement for an applicant?

    An individual applying as a main applicant must be 18 years old and over. There is no minimum age for dependent applicants.

  • May I apply for citizenship with my family?

    Yes, you may apply for citizenship with your wife or husband, dependent children, and dependent parents. Fees for family members vary according to the number of family members included in a citizenship application.

  • Can I include other family members and dependents in my application?

    The Investment Migration Agency also allows for the inclusion of a sibling as a dependent on the application

  • Is there a maximum of individuals that an applicant is permitted to include in an application?

    There is no limit to the amount of people that can be included in the application as long as they fall under the dependent category.

  • Who are considered Dependants for the purposes of an application?

    Dependants are financially dependent on the main applicant. This includes a spouse, children, parents, grandparents, and siblings.

Fees and Costs
  • What are the fees involved?

    Application fees – US$1,500 (non -refundable) for each applicant
    Processing Fees – US$1,500 (non-refundable) for all applicants 17 and over. This includes non-applicant spouses and sponsors. Children under 17 pay US$500.
    Due Diligence Fees – US$6,000 (non-refundable) for applicants 17 and over. This includes non-applicant spouse and sponsor.
    All associated costs can be found on the official website.

  • Can an applicant remit fees directly to the Investment Migration Agency Grenada?

    Investment payments must be made to the escrow account of the authorized Local Agent before remittance the IMA

  • If I no longer wish to complete the process of obtaining citizenship, will I be entitled to a refund?

    All fees are non-refundable.

The Process
  • When will I receive Grenadian citizenship following an application through the Citizenship by Investment Programme?

    Your application for Citizenship by Investment will be approved within 60 business days of submission (subject to a satisfactory due diligence check and the funds being received). You may apply for a passport shortly after. Passports are issued within days of the request.

  • Can I pay for an expedited service?

    The program does not provide an expedited service since the due diligence checks are robust and must be given time for completion.

  • What documents do I need to provide?

    The Local agent will assist you with all the required forms and supporting documents required for submission of an application.

  • Do I need to visit Grenada as part of the citizenship application process?

    No, you do not need to visit Grenada before, during, or after the application process.

  • Do I need to attend an interview as part of the application process?

    An online interview is conducted as part of the due diligence process.

  • Can I submit my application in a language other than English?

    The forms must be submitted in English and the supporting documents must be translated into English by a reputable agency.

Citizenship and Passport
  • Must I renounce my current citizenship and passport to receive Grenadian Citizenship?

    No, Grenada allows dual citizenship, and you thus do not need to renounce any other citizenship or passport.

  • For how many years is a Grenadian passport valid?

    All Grenadian passports are valid for five years.

  • How do I renew my passport once it expires?

    Grenadian passports can be renewed in the Grenadian Consulate in London, or directly through the Grenadian Passport and Immigration Office.

  • How can I be sure that my passport will be renewed upon expiry?

    Under Grenadian law, citizens are entitled to a passport. This means that citizens cannot be denied a passport and thus that your passport will be renewed.

  • How does Grenadian citizenship help my child’s education?

    Grenada is home to the best United States offshore university – St George’s University. It is one of the finest medical, veterinary, and arts and sciences schools, and graduates train in some of the top hospitals in the United States and the United Kingdom. It is internationally accredited and currently has 6,000 students for over 140 countries.

  • What is the Commonwealth of Nations?

    The Commonwealth of Nations, often referred to as the Commonwealth, and formerly known as the British Commonwealth, is an intergovernmental organisation of 54 independent member states. Queen Elisabeth II, the current Queen of the United Kingdom, is the titular head of the Commonwealth of Nations.

  • How does Grenada being a part of the Commonwealth of Nations help me?

    Being a citizen of a member of the Commonwealth of Nations brings several benefits. For example, you will be able to travel easily across member states, you will be protected by the embassies and commissions of other member states across the globe, and you will be eligible for certain sporting activities (the Commonwealth Games).

Useful Links

Here is a list of useful links to government websites, offering you direct access to vital information and resources across Grenada’s governmental departments and agencies, essential for prospective and new citizens and investors.