In this article, we will take you through a step-by-step process of applying for the citizenship of Grenada by investmenting in the National Transformation Fund, and also we will point out to important details you must not miss. Reviewing the information will take at least 10-15 minutes. However, here you will find the answers to all the questions you might have about Grenada CIB program. The material below is based on our 5-year experience in the field of immigration, namely since the re-launch of this CIB program in 2013.
An applicant signs the contract with the company, makes an advance payment of 50% of the cost of the company’s services (the amount depends on the selected package of services).
The company performs a free preliminary check of the applicant's documents BEFORE signing of the contract, in order to assess the chances and possible risks during obtaining the citizenship. The company prepares the contract.
The client provides originals or notarized copies of documents, and fills in the questionnaire. The applicant also undergoes a medical examination, gets tested for HIV, and provides their biometric information (fingerprints and photos).
Translation and legalization of documents, apostilization. The company organizes the process of medical examination, HIV testing, and submitting the biometric data. The company sends the questionnaires to investors for filling in.
$5,000- $10,000 The expenses at this stage include: preparation of documents (obtaining certificates of no criminal record, legalization and translation), medical examinations fee, delivery of test results and biometrics. The final amount of expenses depends on the composition of the family and provided documents. This amount includes the preparation of the following documents (depends on the selected package): – translation and legalization/apostilization of documents; – obtaining of certificates of no criminal record, their translation and apostilization; – medical examination, HIV tests, fingerprinting.
The entire package of documents according to the check-list has been prepared, translations and legalization have been made. The questionnaires for filling out the state forms have been sent to the client for completion.
The client fills in the questionnaires with information needed to be submitted in state forms, in their native language. The client signs the government forms that were prepared by the company for submission.
The company's specialists fill out each state form on behalf of the client, organize and control the process of obtaining all certificates, translations and legalization.
At least $ 200 the cost of delivery of a package of documents depends on the weight of the documents.
The package of documents is prepared according to the check-list, coordinated with the CIU and is ready for dispatch.
The client pays due diligence and government fees.
The company sends documents to Grenada. As soon as the case arrives to the island, a certified agent submits it to the government.
The government accepts the documents. Authorized persons review them and within 2-3 days issue a letter of acceptance.
$5,000 for each applicant over 17 years of age – the due diligence fees and government fees.
The clients fulfills the investment requirement, i.e. makes a donation to the government fund. The client pays the remaining part of Migronis service fees.
The company sends additional notifications to the client - confirmation letters from the Citizenship by Investment Unit. After completion of the due diligence procedure the company sends another confirmation letter, this time on approval of the citizenship petition, and instructions on how to transfer contribution to the government fund to an investor.
The government performs verification of documents. At each stage of verification the government sends confirmation letters - transition to the second stage of processing, approval of the petition.
$150,000 Payment of a non-refundable contribution for a single applicant or; $200,000 – a non-refundable contribution for a family of up to 4. Plus Migronis service fees (the remaining 50% or 100% depending on initially selected package).
The client pays the passport fees and Oath of Allegiance fees.
The company is following up with the client during certification of the Oath of Allegiance by a notary.
$ 200 Payment of the passport fee per each applicant; $ 18.6 — the fee for taking the Oath of Allegiance per each applicant.
We help to obtain certificates of no criminal record not only in home country but also in all other countries where the client has residency. In our practice, apart from the CIS countries, there have been cases of obtaining certificates from Switzerland, Israel, England, the United States, Spain, Italy, Poland, Latvia, the United Arab Emirates and other countries.
We translate documents and fill out all forms ourselves. The cases prepared by our company are quickly processed by the citizenship agency as they don’t have any mistakes that need to be fixed.
Funds can be transferred through our company! Every month dozens of transactions are transferred from our accounts to the Caribbean, payments are clear to the bank and, therefore, they are remitted faster.
Providing the full package of documents at the outset. Also, delays may occur during a period of increased demand for citizenship.
We remind clients to renew the passport six months before the expiration date.
After obtaining a passport, you can also get a local driver’s license that can be requested when opening an account with a foreign bank. In order to obtain a driver’s license, it is necessary to visit the island one time.
Expert in Grenada Citizenship by Investment program
“The passport program of Grenada is suitable, first and foremost, for the investors, who, in addition to the standard list of visa-free countries, are also interested in visa-free entry to China and the opportunity to obtain an E-2 business visa to the USA, which is inaccessible to the citizens of Russia, China and other countries. In addition, the holders of the passport can count on social and political security, preferential taxation and full confidentiality. Any citizen who meets the requirements of the program can get this Caribbean citizenship. In this respect it is important to understand that the final result and the speed of decision-making by the Grenada authorities depend on the reliability and completeness of the filed documents. We recommend the clients to pay special attention to the “shelf life” of documents. For example, it is advisable to provide the conclusions of the medical examination and confirmation of payment for utilities closer to the date of filing of documents.”
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