The Grenada Citizenship-by-Investment Program was launched in August 2013 when the Grenadian parliament passed the Citizenship by Investment Act, 2013. Henley & Partners was formally mandated in 2016 by the Government of Grenada to revitalize, enhance, and relaunch the program globally.
The Grenada Citizenship-by-Investment Program requires applicants to make a significant economic contribution to the country.Enquiry Factsheet
Minimum contribution of USD 150,000
The right of free movement to Grenada, China, Russia, Singapore, the UK, and Europe’s Schengen Area, among others
Key advantages of the Grenada Citizenship-by-Investment Program included:
The Grenada Citizenship-by-Investment Program requires applicants to either make a significant economic contribution to the country or to acquire a government-approved qualifying asset. In exchange, and subject to a stringent vetting and due diligence process, including thorough background checks, the applicants and their families will be granted citizenship. To qualify for citizenship, the primary applicant must be over 18 years of age, meet the application requirements, and satisfy one of the two primary qualifying options:
The application process for Grenadian citizenship is efficient and uncomplicated, and the applicant is not required to visit Grenada to complete the process.
The Grenadian citizenship-by-investment application pack will be delivered to you by Henley & Partners. It will include all the relevant documentation, accompanied by detailed instructions. Once everything is returned to us, we will double-check the application for completeness and accuracy to minimize the possibility of rejection.
Once an application is submitted, the government generally provides an answer within 90 days. Passports for successful applicants will be issued within 10 working days. Applicants are not required to pick up their passports in person. Henley & Partners will coordinate the collection process and send the passport(s) to the client.
Under the real estate option, the time frame may vary depending upon the project. Therefore, it is important to select a real estate project that is able to provide the necessary paperwork from the developer. Henley & Partners will guide you in this regard.
As defined in the Grenada Income Tax Act Cap. 149, the individual annual income tax rate is 15% up to XCD 24,000 and 30% on the amount in excess of XCD 24,000. The flat tax rate for companies is 30%. There is a withholding tax of 15%, which must be withheld on any payments sent to a non-resident for interest (except from bank deposits), salaries, rent, lease premiums, licenses, royalties, management charges, commissions, and fees.
VAT in Grenada is 15%, and property transfer tax for citizens is 5%, payable by the vendor/seller. Annual taxes in Grenada include property tax, which is 0.2% of the market value for residential property, and stamp tax on business receipts, which is 0.75% if gross receipts are over XCD 300,000, and 0.5% on any amounts lower then this threshold. The first XCD 36,000 is exempt from annual stamp tax.
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