Second citizenship

Visa-free countries with Grenada citizenship

Grenadian citizens can visit 144 countries without a visa. The list of visa‑free countries includes the entire Schengen area and the UK.

The holder of a Grenada passport has an opportunity to visit Singapore and Hong Kong, stay for a month in China.

Visa-free countries with Grenada citizenship

List of visa-free countries for citizens of Grenada

🐲 Asia
CountryEntry conditionPeriod of stay
1Armenia Visa on arrival120 days
2Bangladesh Visa-free90 days
3Cambodia Visa on arrival30 days
4China Visa-free30
5Hong Kong Visa-free30
6Indonesia Visa-freeNo data
7Iran Visa on arrival30
8Israel Visa-free90
9Jordan Visa on arrivalNo data
10Laos Visa on arrival30
11Macau Visa-freeNo data
12Malaysia Visa-free30
13Maldives Visa on arrival30
14Nepal Visa on arrival90
15Palestinian Territory Visa-freeNo data
16Philippines Visa-free30
17Singapore Visa-free30
18South Korea Visa-free (ETA)90
19Sri Lanka Visa-free (ETA)30
20Timor-LesteVisa on arrival30
21Uzbekistan Visa-free30

🦒 Africa
CountryEntry conditionPeriod of stay
1Botswana Visa-free90
2Cape Verde Islands Visa on arrivalNo data
3ComorosVisa on arrival45
4Egypt Visa on arrival30
5Eswatini Visa-free30
6Gambia Visa-free90
7Guinea-Bissau Visa on arrival90
8Kenya Visa-free90
9Lesotho Visa-free90
10Madagascar Visa on arrival90
11Malawi Visa-free90
12Mauritania Visa on arrivalNo data
13Mauritius Visa-free90
14Mayotte Visa-freeNo data
15Mozambique Visa on arrival30
16Rwanda Visa on arrival30
17Saint Helena Visa on arrivalNo data
18Senegal Visa-free90
19Seychelles Visa on arrival90
20Sierra Leone Visa on arrival30
21SomaliaVisa on arrival30
22Tanzania Visa-free90
23Togo Visa on arrival7
24Uganda Visa-free90
25Zambia Visa-free90
26ZimbabweVisa-free90

🏰 Europe
CountryEntry conditionPeriod of stay
1AndorraVisa-free90
2AustriaVisa-free90
3BelgiumVisa-free90
4Bosnia and HerzegovinaVisa-free90
5BulgariaVisa-free90
6CroatiaVisa-free90
7CyprusVisa-free90
8Czech RepublicVisa-free90
9DenmarkVisa-free90
10EstoniaVisa-free90
11Faroe IslandsVisa-freeNo data
12FinlandVisa-free90
13FranceVisa-free90
14GermanyVisa-free90
15GibraltarVisa-freeNo data
16GreeceVisa-free90
17HungaryVisa-free90
18IcelandVisa-free90
19IrelandVisa-free90
20ItalyVisa-free90
21KosovoVisa-free90
22LatviaVisa-free90
23LiechtensteinVisa-free90
24LithuaniaVisa-free90
25LuxembourgVisa-free90
26MaltaVisa-free90
27MoldovaVisa-free90
28MonacoVisa-free90
29MontenegroVisa-free90
30NetherlandsVisa-free90
31NorwayVisa-free90
32PolandVisa-free90
33PortugalVisa-free90
34RomaniaVisa-free90
35RussiaVisa-free90
36San MarinoVisa-free90
37SerbiaVisa-free90
38SlovakiaVisa-free90
39SloveniaVisa-free90
40SpainVisa-free90
41SwedenVisa-free90
42SwitzerlandVisa-free90
43UkraineVisa-free90
44United KingdomVisa-free180
45Vatican CityVisa-free90

🏝️Oceania
CountryEntry conditionPeriod of stay
1Cook Islands Visa-freeNo data
2Fiji Visa-free120
3French Polynesia Visa-freeNo data
4Kiribati Visa-free120
5Micronesia Visa-free30
6New CaledoniaVisa-freeNo data
7Niue Visa-freeNo data
8PalauVisa on arrival30
9SamoaVisa on arrival60
10Solomon islandsVisa on arrival90
11TuvaluVisa on arrival30
12Vanuatu Visa-free30

🏜 North America
CountryEntry conditionDuration of stay
1Antigua and BarbudaVisa-free180
2BahamasVisa-free90
3BarbadosVisa-freeNo data
4BelizeVisa-freeNo data
5BermudaVisa-freeNo data
6British Virgin IslandsVisa-freeNo data
7Cayman islandsVisa-freeNo data
8Costa RicaVisa-free90
9CubaVisa-free60
10DominicaVisa-freeNo data
11Dominican RepublicVisa-freeNo data
12French West IndiesVisa-freeNo data
13GreenlandVisa-freeNo data
14HaitiVisa-free90
15JamaicaVisa-freeNo data
16MontserratVisa-freeNo data
17NicaraguaVisa on arrival30
18PanamaVisa-free90
19Saint Kitts and NevisVisa-free90
20Saint LuciaVisa-freeNo data
21Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVisa-freeNo data
22Sint MaartenVisa-freeNo data
23Trinidad and TobagoVisa-freeNo data
24Turks and CaicosVisa-freeNo data

🗿 South America
CountryEntry conditionDuration of stay
1ArgentinaVisa-free90
2ArubaVisa-freeNo data
3BoliviaVisa on arrival90
4Bonaire, St. Eustatius and SabaVisa-freeNo data
5BrazilVisa-free90
6ChileVisa-free90
7ColombiaVisa-free90
8CuracaoVisa-free90
9EcuadorVisa-freeNo data
10French GuianaVisa-freeNo data
11GuyanaVisa-free90
12PeruVisa-free180
13SurinameVisa-free180
14UruguayVisa-free90
15VenezuelaVisa-free90

The passport of Grenada opens up opportunities for traveling around the world. It is an excellent alternative to the Schengen visa.

One can come to Schengen countries with a Grenada passport and spend 90 days out of 180 per year. Citizenship is issued for life. The replacement of a passport is simple and completely remote. At the same time, a Schengen visa is valid for a maximum of 5 years while the person doesn’t violate the 90/180 days rule and is re‑approved every time the term expires.

Some investors choose a Grenada passport because they do business with partners in China. You can spend up to 30 days there with the passport of a country.

To obtain the second citizenship of Grenada and travel freely, you can invest in the country up to $ 150,000.

Grenada passport benefits

Visa-free travel to 144 countries including the EU. You can stay in Germany, Spain, or France for 90 days within every 180 days with a Grenada passport.

In some countries such as Jordan, Maldives, or Bolivia, a visa is issued upon arrival.

144 countries
are visa-free for Grenada citizens

Visa to the US for 10 years. Citizens of Grenada can obtain an E-2 visa to the United States. It allows people to live, do business, study and work in the country. To do this, one needs to establish or buy a business there.

A holder of a Grenada passport can also obtain a B-1/B-2 tourist visa to the US. It allows you to travel around the country, come to business meetings and conferences, and use medical services in clinics for up to 180 days a year.

Traveling to China. Grenada is one of few countries with a China visa-free travel agreement. Grenadian citizens have visa-free access to China. They can stand there for up to 30 days a year.

Visa-free UK. Holders of Grenada passports can stay in the United Kingdom for 180 days a year.

International business. Holders of Grenada passport can register an international business company or a limited liability company.

Tax optimisation. Citizens of Grenada do not pay taxes on worldwide income, dividends received in other countries. There are no taxes on inheritance, capital gains and wages, as well as stamp duty.

Prestigious education. Grenada is home to St. George Medical University, which is accredited in the USA, Europe, UK and Canada. Here one can get an education in medicine, veterinary medicine, science and art.

Citizens of Grenada can also receive a higher education in the UK and get a scholarship in some British universities because the country is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.

Dual citizenship is allowed in Grenada, so you can hold the citizenship of other countries.

How to obtain Grenada citizenship

To get a Grenada passport through naturalization, you need to live in the country for 7 years. This option does not suit everyone.

One can become a Granada citizen by investment. 566 cosmopolites applied for a passport of the country in 2021. 60% of them bought real estate. Many investors choose shares in resorts and hotels.

To obtain a Grenada passport by investment an applicant chooses one of two options:

  • Make a $ 150,000 contribution to the National Transformation Fund. The government uses this money for reconstruction of infrastructure, development of hospitals and schools.
  • Buy real estate from $ 220,000. The property can be rented out during ownership and profitably sold after 5 years.

Additional payments. An investor covers the costs of Due Diligence, pays state duties and fees, services for registration, translation and legalization of documents.

Citizenship for a family. The investor can include close relatives in the application: spouse, children, parents and grandparents, brothers and sisters.

The total investment amount depends on the composition of the family.

Calculation for an option of contribution to the National Transformation Fund

Single Applicant$ 150,000
Family of 2−4 people$ 200,000
Family of 5 or more$ 200,000 + $ 25,000 for each applicant after the fourth

A Grenada passport is issued for 5 years and can be renewed for an additional fee. The procedure is remote.

Grenada visa free travel countries

Magazine Beach is one of the most popular places in Grenada with lots of beautiful trees and a crystal clear water

Grenada visa free travel countries

St. George’s is a capital and the biggest town in Grenada

Places to see in Grenada

Mona monkey is a lovely inhabitant of the Grand Etang National Park in Grenada

Visa-free countries. Places to visit in Grenada

Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park attracts those who are not afraid to dive. The sculptures became a home to various fishes, banded coral shrimps and other underwater inhabitants

Who can apply for a Grenada passport?

An investor should be over 18 years old, without a criminal record. He or she confirms their legality of income, has no denials of citizenship and no sanctions.

Applicants don’t have to pass language proficiency tests or other exams. In addition, they are not required to come to Grenada.

Family members that can get the passport with the investor

Spouse Parents and grandparentsChildren Brothers and sisters Children with disabilities
Official husband or wifefinancially dependent on the investor or spouseunder 30
financially dependent on the investor or spouse
over 18
not married
without children
financially dependent on the investor
at any age

According to the rules of the Grenada investment program, only a licensed agent can apply on behalf of investors and their families.

All steps of citizenship by investment application can take place remotely.

Step-by-step procedure of obtaining Grenada citizenship

  1. Consultation with a licensed agent of the program. The Certified Compliance Anti Money Laundering Officer carries out a preliminary Due Diligence and warns about possible risks. Verification does not require additional documents and takes 1 day.
    Immigrant Invest is the only licensed agent of the program in Grenada with a compliance department.
  2. Conclusion of an agreement with the licensed agent. A contract can be signed remotely or at one of the offices.
  3. Preparation of documents. Lawyers prepare a package of documents, translate and notarize them. We fill out state forms and submit a package of documents to the Grenada Department. An applicant pays Due Diligence fees and fees for a contract.
  4. Due Diligence by the Government of Grenada can last from 3 to 6 months.
  5. After approval, an investor pays the investment and government fees.
  6. The investor receives the passports and a certificate of naturalization at our office or by a courier.

Popular visa-free destinations for Grenada passport holder

According to Lonely Planet, Cook Islands is the best travel destination in 2022. Citizens of Grenada can visit them without a visa.

Norway and Mauritius took second and third place. One can come to Norway with a Grenada passport and spend 90 days out of 180 per year. Holders of Grenada passports can stay in Mauritius for 3 months.

The top 10 best countries to travel to include other visa-free countries for Grenada passport holders such as Belize, Slovenia, Nepal, Malawi and Egypt.

Immigrant Invest is an international company specialising in citizenship and residence by investment. We are the only licensed agent of the program in Grenada, which has a compliance department.

Frequently asked questions

What are Grenada passport visa-free countries?

Grenadian citizens have visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 144 countries including the EU. They do not need a visa to travel to the UK for up to six months. With a Grenada passport, one can stand in China for up to 30 days a year.

Can I go to the USA with a Grenada passport?

Citizens of Grenada can obtain an E-2 visa to the United States. It allows people to live, do business, study and work in the country. To do this, one needs to establish or buy a business there.

A holder of a Grenada passport can also obtain a B-1/B-2 tourist visa to the US. It allows you to travel around the country, come to business meetings and conferences, and use medical services in clinics for up to 180 days a year.

How to get a Grenada passport?

You can get a Grenada passport through naturalization or by investment. An investor chooses one of two options:

  • $ 150,000 contribution to the National Transformation Fund,
  • buy real estate from $ 220,000.
Is Grenada visa free to Canada?

No. For business trips or travel to Canada, Citizens of Grenada need to obtain the appropriate visa.

Holders of Grenada passports have visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 144 countries.

Is Grenada visa free to Turkey?

No, they must first obtain a visa to enter Turkey. Citizens of Grenada have visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to other 144 countries

Do Grenada citizens need a visa to the UK?

No. Holders of Grenada passports can stay in the United Kingdom for 180 days a year.

Do I lose my US visa if I change my Grenada passport?

You can keep your old passport and use the valid US visa.

Visa-free countries with Grenada citizenship
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