Grenada Country Profile

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North and South America
Capital City
St. George's

Largest City
St. George's
Eastern Caribbean dollar

113 thousand

Life Expectancy
75.7 years
GDP (nominal)
$1.2 billion

Cost of Living
English Proficiency
Inexpensive (3/7)
Average (3/5)
Very Safe (2/7)
Average (3/5)

Taxation Type: Territorial

Sovereign Research's take:

Grenada is part of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), allowing its citizens to live and work in any other OECS country.
Grenada is one of the Caribbean nations that can be deservedly described as tropical paradise.

It is also one of the Caribbean nations offering a Citizenship By Investment (CBI) program. Via this program, you can become a Grenadian citizen within a few short months – and without leaving your living room. 

When compared to its regional peers, Grenada's Program is on the expensive side, usually requiring a $50,000 larger donation than other programs. 

The main reason for this premium is simple – Grenada has held an E-2 Treaty with the United States since 1989. 

Under the treaty, citizens of Grenada are eligible for the E-2 Investor Visa, which means they can move to the US and obtain legal residency there if they invest in and run a US based business.

Nuances are plentiful here, however a $100,000 investment will usually be sufficient to qualify.

NOTE: The E-2 program is not a non-immigrant visa, so one would never be able to obtain a green Card via this route. However, it is possible to keep on renewing it for as long as the underlying business is still in operation. 

And we are happy to report that you can become a Grenadian cheaper than anyone else in the world thanks to the discounts we have negotiated for our Total Access members.

If you are considering the Grenada CBI program (or any other of the Caribbean programs), you may want to look into joining Total Access. The discount you will receive would either match or exceed the cost of joining this exclusive, value-packed community itself.

And if you aren’t interested in living in the US – a benefit that Grenada’s CBI program offers – you may want to shop at some cheaper CBI passport alternatives..

Service Providers available in Grenada in Sovereign Research's Rolodex:

  • Citizenship by Investment
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