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How much does Grenada citizenship cost?

To become Grenada citizens, applicants can invest from $150,000 in a state fund or buy real estate for at least $220,000. Applying for citizenship by investment is the easiest way to get a Grenada passport. The obtaining process takes 4 to 6 months and can be completed remotely.

Grenada citizenship provides an opportunity to get an E-2 business visa to the USA and enter the UK, the Schengen Area and China without visas.

Grenada passport price: how to obtain Grenada citizenship

Grenada citizenship by investment costs

You cannot simply buy a Grenada passport. To become the country’s citizens, wealthy foreigners participate in the Grenada citizenship by investment (CBI) program. So, we cannot name the Grenada passport price but will outline all the costs of participation in the Grenada investment program.

Under the citizenship program conditions, participants can choose between two options: investments in a state fund or real estate.

$150,000+ in a state fund. To get Grenada citizenship, you can make a contribution to the National Transformation Fund. The passport obtaining costs for this option are lower than the property option, though the contribution is non-refundable. The country's government will spend the money on the development of the economy.

The minimum costs of the Grenada passport obtainment depend on the number of family members.

The Grenada passport costs under the contribution option

Family memberInvestment amount
Main applicant$150,000
Spouse$50,000
Children and parents
over 55
$0 if there are up to 4 people in the application, and the spouse is included

$50,000 if there are up to 4 people in the application, but the spouse is not included

$25,000 for each child or parent starting from the fifth member of the application
Parents under 55$50,000 for each parent
Siblings$75,000 for each sibling

An investor with a spouse and one child will pay $200,000. A family of an investor, spouse, three children and the investor’s brother will pay $300,000.

$220,000+ in real estate. Applicants can purchase real estate in Grenada. For $220,000, they can buy a share in an object approved for the CBI program, like a resort complex. For at least $350,000, investors can get an apartment or villa for freehold ownership.

Example of an investment property for Grenada citizenship

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

Grenada citizenship costs by investment in real estate

Shares of $220,000 are on sale in a new resort complex to be built by 2025. It will be managed by the Intercontinental group, and the yield is expected at 2—5% per annum

The minimum investment amount in real estate is fixed and does not depend on the family composition. Prices are the same for a single investor as well as a family of six. 

One caveat: investors in real estate must also pay an additional state fee. This fee is non-refundable and depends on how many family members are included in the application:

  • $50,000 for single applicants and families of up to 4 people;
  • $25,000 for each additional child or parent over 55;
  • $50,000 for each parent under 55;
  • $75,000 for each sibling.

Real estate can be sold after 5 years of obtaining citizenship.

Grenada CBI fees

In addition to the contribution or the purchase of a real estate share, applicants pay government fees for participation in the Grenada CBI program.

Grenada citizenship additional costs

FeeAmount per person
Due Diligence$5,000 for those over 16
Application fee$1,500 
Processing fee$1,500, but $500 for children under 18
Oath$500
Passport fee$250

Also, during citizenship registration, you need to pay for the services of lawyers, translators and notaries. The amount depends on the specific situation. Only the program agent can calculate the exact cost of the Grenada passport.

Who can become a Grenada citizen

To be approved for Grenada citizenship, a candidate must meet the Grenada passport requirements: be of legal age and with no criminal records or serious illnesses. Also, an applicant needs to prove the legality of the origin of their funds.

Investors can also apply for citizenship for their family members so that they also gain access to all the benefits of a second passport.

The application can include spouses of the opposite sex, children under 30, siblings over 18, and parents of the investor or their spouse. Children with disabilities are eligible to participate in the program without age restrictions.

All adult family members but spouses must be principally dependent on the main applicant and be fully financially supported by them. The investor's siblings must not be married or have children until the passports are issued. 

Let us compare the Grenada passport costs under two options for a family of four: an investor, their spouse and two children of 13 and 22 years old.

Comparison of Grenada citizenship costs for a family of four

Cost itemContribution optionReal estate option
Investment$200,000$220,000
State fee$50,000
Due Diligence$15,000$15,000
Application fee$6,000$6,000
Processing fee$5,000$5,000
Passport fee$1,000$1,000
Total
Expenses to get passports$227,000$297,000
Return of investments in 5 years$220,000
Non-refundable instalment$227,000$77,000

Steps of getting a Grenada passport

Choosing a licensed agent. Under the rules of the Grenada investment program, only a licensed agent can apply on behalf of an investor. You will not be able to collect a package of documents and submit them yourself.

Preliminary Due Diligence. The applicant contacts the agent company. Before concluding an agreement, our AML officers conduct a preliminary Due Diligence check: they look for the risks of denial of citizenship. The check does not require additional documents and takes 1 day.

Preparing an application. If everything is in order, the investor and the agent enter into an agreement. Lawyers prepare a package of documents, fill out state forms and submit an application for participation in the program.

Main Due Diligence check. As soon as the CBI unit receives documents, the longest stage of the program begins — Due Diligence. It lasts 3 to 6 months. The CBI unit checks the investor for compliance with the requirements of the program.

Investing and getting a passport. When approval is received, the applicant fulfils the investment condition. A passport and a naturalisation certificate are sent to them, so there is no need to go anywhere.

Benefits of a Grenada passport

Among the Grenada citizenship benefits are the following opportunities:

  • visa-free entry to 144 countries, including the EU and Schengen Area, the UK and China;
  • getting an E-2 US business visa and moving to the USA;
  • applying for fully-funded scholarships to study at British universities;
  • preparing a safe haven in Grenada in case the situation in the home country starts worrying the investor;
  • optimising tax liabilities.

Frequently asked questions

What is the minimum investment to become a citizen of Grenada?

Grenada citizenship investments start at $150,000 for single applicants and $200,000 for married couples and families of three-four. Besides the investment itself, applicants also pay application, processing, passport and Due Diligence fees. In the case of real estate investments, the state fee and property taxes are also charged.

Who can be a member of the Grenada citizenship program?

Investors can take part in the Grenada CBI program together with members of their families

Investors must be over 18, without criminal records or serious illnesses, and able to prove the legality of the origin of funds. Family members that can be included in the application are:

  • spouse of the opposite sex;
  • children under 30;
  • parents;
  • unmarried siblings over 18.
What is the easiest way to get Grenada citizenship?

The easiest way to get Grenada citizenship is by investment. This does not require living in Grenada for several years, visiting the country, having a registered address, or taking language or history tests.

Participating in the Grenada CBI program is also the fastest way to obtain a Grenada passport. The process is remote and takes 4—6 months. The minimum investment amount is $150,000.

How long does it take to complete Grenada citizenship by investment process?

Obtaining Grenada citizenship takes 4—6 months. The lengthiest stage is the Due Diligence check conducted by the CBI Unit, which lasts at least 3 months.

How long is the Grenada passport valid?

Grenada passports have to be renewed every 5 years, while naturalisation certificates are termless.

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How much does Grenada citizenship cost?