The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program was launched in 2013. The rules were enshrined in the Law on Citizenship by Investment No. 15/2013.
To obtain Grenada citizenship, investors make a contribution to the state fund of $150,000 or buy real estate in the country at the rate of $220,000.
Investments in real estate can be returned after 5 years.
Investors do not take exams for knowledge of the language or history of Grenada. They do not need to come to the country at any stage of the program.
Spouses, children, parents, brothers and sisters of investors are also issued passports.
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