- July 11, 2017
- Posted by: CIP Journal
- Category: Citizenship, Passports
The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee recently announced that there has been delays in processing citizenship and permanent residence applications in Grenada.
According to Grenada CBI Official statement, This is due mainly to delays in receiving reports from our security vetting partners which is a critical component of our diligence process to which each application received is subject to. In light of the current international security climate and the need for increased vigilance, these reports are critical to the conclusion of our process of applications so we are mandated to wait on them.
The Grenada citizenship-by-investment programme is currently one of the Best CIP’s in the Caribbean requiring one time contribution of USD 150,000 or USD 350,000 property investment in the island.
Grenadian passport offers visa free travel to China, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and upto 124 countries in the World (according to Henley visa index 2017).
Grenada offers beautiful scenery, culture with fun, and friendliness typical of the authentic Caribbean life – making Grenada the perfect place in which to live, work and holidaying. Here are some official facts about Grenada.
- Official name: Grenada
- Dependencies: Carriacou and Petite Martinique
- Area, including all three islands: 344 km2 (133 sq. miles)
- Population: 108,132 (UN estimate, 2008)
- Capital: St George’s
- Location: 12.07° North 61.40° West
- Currency: Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD)
- Major languages: English (official), French patois
- Nationality: Grenadian
- Major religion: Christianity
- Life expectancy: 67 years (men), 70 years (women) (UN)
- GNI per capita: USD 4,670 (World Bank, 2007)
- Current labour force: 40% of population
- International dialling code: +1 473
- Internet domain: .gd
- Airport: Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA)
- Climate: Tropical, with average temperature of 24ºC (75ºF)
- Time zone: EST+ 1 (GMT – 4:00)
- Government: Constitutional monarchy
- Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II, Governor General Dr Cécile La Grenade
- Elections: Last elections on 19 February 2013, next elections by 2018
- Suffrage: Universal at 18
- National Holiday: 7 February (1974, Independence Day)
- Constitution: December 19, 1975