The first thing to hit you when you step off the aircraft in Grenada is the smell of nutmeg in the air. This country isn’t called the Spice Island just like that. Grenada isn’t a single island but is made up of 3 major islands and 4 smaller islands in the Caribbean Sea. Along with numerous spice plantations, Grenada also boasts of beautiful sandy beaches, diving sites and other colorful towns. A majority of the Grenada population descends from people who immigrated here centuries ago. Today too, Grenada welcomes people who want to be citizens of this beautiful country.
Grenada is one of the most recent countries to offer a citizenship by investment program. This program is designed to help the economy of Grenada grow stronger and give immigrants dual citizenship. Some of the advantages of applying for citizenship to Grenada via this program are:
- No minimum education requirement;
- Faster processing of citizenship application;
- No need to stay in Grenada when applying for citizenship or after citizenship is granted;
- Vise-free travel to over 115 countries;
- No taxation on capital gains, inheritance and gifts.
Location: Southeastern Caribbean Sea; Capital: St. George’s; Time difference: UTC–4; Total Area: 348.5 km2; Population: 1,07,317 (2016); Calling Code: +1-473; Languages: English; Religions: Roman Catholic 44.6%, Protestant 43.5%, Other 11.9%; Government Type: Unitary parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy; Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD); Exchange rate: 2.70 XCD = 1 USD (2018); Industries: Agriculture and Tourism