Grenada's Independence Day is a national holiday in the country, celebrated on 7 February to celebrate the island nation's independence from the United Kingdom since 1974.
Dominica has revised the deadline for the transition to an e-passport
The Commonwealth of Dominica will replace the regular passport with an e-passport by August 30, 2022.
The e-passport will have a special microchip to authenticate the identity, and the design will contain the flora and fauna of the country.
According to Minister of National Security and Internal Affairs, Rayburn Blackmoore, the ministry has developed special plans to guide the Dominicans during the transition period.
Dominican citizens who live abroad can obtain their passports through consulates or at special filing offices that will open in New York, the UAE and London.
Mobile offices will also be opened in Canada, Texas, Florida and some Caribbean countries.
The decision to adopt an electronic passport was made due to a changing world and the need for “safe and secure systems…there is also a general need for more efficient and secure travel documents that are acceptable to all and comply with relevant international standards and protocols,” said Minister Blackmoore.
To date, 7,000 e-passports have been issued.
A foreign investor can become a citizen of Dominica by passing Due Diligence and investing in the country.
Investments can be made in an economic diversification fund or real estate.
Grenada Sailing Week starts on January 28th. Grenada Sailing Week is an annual six-day sailing regatta that takes place in the Caribbean.
In 2022, 153,000 Russians received a residence permit in Turkey, becoming the leaders in the number of permits issued among foreigners. Most of them received a tourist residence permit, valid for up to 1 year.