Main Narration: Grenada Offer’s Power
Ease of Travelling
Grenada passport allows participants to visit more than one hundred and thirty lands in the world in a visa-free regime. You are welcome to travel to all the Schengen zone countries, Great Britain, South Korea, Hong Kong, etc. As you can see, it is possible to make business (and not only) trips without borders in the literal sense.
Way to E-2 Visa
Grenada is included in the USA treaty which allows its residents to apply for the E-2 visa and start a business in the States. If your native country doesn’t have such an opportunity, a Grenada passport is a legal way to become an American resident.
Without a doubt, an individual can hardly survive in society without support and encouragement of the most beloved people. In this perspective, Grenada authorities allow the main applicant to be accompanied by his family members, including spouse, children up to thirty years old (there are some restrictions though), and parents.
On the one hand, it takes just a couple of months usually to get a reply from the Grenada authorities. On the other hand, the passport is issued for five years term. At the same time, its extension takes around a week only. For this, participants are not required to visit the host country.
A common visa obliges an applicant to spend over one hundred and eighty days on the territory of the host land. However, the Granada case is completely opposite: the authorities don’t make you stay in the land if you don’t have such a plan or will.
Grenada is a powerful offshore zone, which can’t help but please businessmen.
Grenada is not only a natural paradise, but also a tax one. There is no taxation on world income, inheritance, capital gains, etc.
If you prefer the option to purchase the local real estate and therefore achieve a Grenada citizenship, then you are free to return the spent funds back. How is it possible? First of all, participants can resell their Caribbean property after a four-year term. Secondly, the let-for-rent option is available during the ownership period.