Accessing Citizenship

Access to Dual Citizenship in Grenada is Easy and Affordable

There are essentially three ways an individual can become a citizen of Grenada through the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Programme. The two popular avenues include a donation to the Government’s National Transformation Fund or a full-fledged investment in a Government approved project

Grenada has established a National Transformation Fund that finances capital investments within the Tri-island state. To become a citizen, an individual is allowed to contribute a minimum value of $150k plus fees and disbursements. This contribution is a non-recoverable expense that is only expected to be paid in full following an official approval notice from the Government. 

Costs associated with the Donation option. 

Donation – Single applicant

$150,000

Donation – Main applicant and up to three dependents, not including siblings or parents/grandparents 55 years old or younger

$200,000

Each additional dependent after the third dependent, not including siblings or parents/grandparents 55 years old or younger

$25,000

Each dependent sibling

$75,000

Each parent/grandparent 55 years old or younger

$50,000

  

Family of four, including a sibling

$275,000

Family of five, including a sibling

$300,000

Family of four, including a parent/grandparent 55 years or younger

$250,000

Family of five, including a parent/grandparent 55 years or younger

$275,000

Note: local agent fees, and bank charges are charged separately.

Grenada affords individuals the potential to recover a significant portion of their citizenship investment at the end of a five-year term by investing in government approved project investment (real estate). These projects include five-star resorts and cottages that either offer an investment in freehold real estate or in shares. 

Property Cost

$220,000 

$350,000+ 

Government fee for a family of four, not including siblings or parents/grandparents 55 years old or younger

$50,000

Each additional dependant after the third dependant, not including siblings or parents/grandparents 55 years old or younger

$25,000

Each dependant sibling

$75,000

Each parent/grandparent 55 years or younger

$50,000

Government fee for a family of four, including a sibling

$125,000

Government fee for a family of five, including a sibling

$150,000

Note: local agent fees, and bank charges are charged separately.

In addition to the charges for either a donation to the National Transformation Fund or an investment in approved project, the Government charges additional fees for certain services. 

Due Diligence Fee – each person 17 and over

$5,000

Application Fee per person

$1,500

Processing Fee per person 17 and over

$1,500

Processing Fee per person below age 17

$500

Passport Fee per person

$250

  Oath of Allegiance per person 18 and over                                                       $18.60

  Note: No Due Diligence fee for applicants under 17 years.

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