Grenada, the Commonwealth country known as the "Spice Island" at the southernmost tip of the Caribbean Sea, thrives with aromatic nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and cocoa in its fertile volcanic soil. Grenada is one of the Caribbean countries most popular with the Western affluent class. More than 70% of its economic income comes from tourism and related industries. As the "back garden" of the Commonwealth and North America, Grenada attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world every year, and many celebrities and wealthy individuals invest in tourism real estate here. Grande Anse Beach (Grande Anse, the actual picture below) is rated as the best shallow water area in the Caribbean Sea, with turquoise shallow water that stretches for two miles.
Grenada has a modern Maurice Bishop International Airport (Maurice Bishop International Airport), with passenger and cargo flights to Caribbean Community countries, London and North America.
Well-known offshore financial center
Grenada is a world-renowned offshore financial center and one of the few tax havens in the world. Grenada has no global taxes, no inheritance tax, gift tax, capital gains tax, and no exchange control.
Commonwealth Passport, convenient travel, American springboard
As a Commonwealth country, holders of a Grenada passport can be visa-free, including hundreds of countries or regions such as the United Kingdom, 26 European Schengen countries, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, etc., and it is the only Caribbean region that can apply for a US E-2 entrepreneurial visa A country that settles in the United States. Applicants need to go to the United States for venture capital investment. Applicants, spouses and children under 21 can obtain an E-2 visa. The spouse can obtain a work card with the E-2 visa to find a job in the United States at will, and the children can be in the state where the business is located Enjoy free public education! Therefore, many families who cannot wait for a long time for the United States for their children's education choose to apply for a Grenada passport as a springboard to quickly connect with the United States.
Well-known medical school helps family education planning
Grenada inherits British education, the teaching language is English, and Spanish and French courses are also provided. The government provides free primary and secondary compulsory education for minor citizens aged 5-16.
In addition, Grenada has a private American overseas medical school, St. George's University, whose degrees are recognized by countries and regions such as China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Hong Kong. Since its establishment in 1976, St. George's University has developed into a top international medical education center, attracting students and teachers from more than 140 countries to gather on the beautiful island of Grenada. For more than 40 years, St. George's University has sent well-trained doctors to all over the world, providing medical degree programs centered in the United States, and its admission scores are suitable for students from any education system in the world. St. George's University has sent more than 17,000 doctors to the global medical system, all of whom have obtained medical licenses in 50 states in the United States and Canada, and practice in more than 50 countries around the world. From 2010 to 2017, St. George's University ranked first among the first-year residency institutions in the United States, of which more than 900 were exported in 2017 alone! In addition, St. George's University is the largest exporting institution for new primary care physicians in the United States! In view of this, for children who are interested in medical practice, the status of Grenada not only provides them with the opportunity to study at a world-renowned medical school, but if they can go to the United States and Canada for employment after graduation, they will sooner or later get a green card from the United States and Canada.
Children’s education needs to be planned as early as possible. Whether the parents’ vision is long-term will determine the child’s future! Is it to let the children go through the single-plank bridge of the college entrance examination in the country, and the children's self-esteem is hit hard when the college entrance examination results come out? Or should you plan your international identity a few years in advance and give your children a relatively easy choice? It is worth thinking about!