Grenada's passport advantages
1. Travel convenience: visa-free for more than 140 countries and regions
Visa-free visa-on-arrival There are more than 140 countries/regions around the world, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, the European Union, Schengen countries, Singapore, South Korea, etc., worry-free travel around the world! In particular, mutual visa exemption with China. If you choose to renounce your Chinese nationality in the future, you can also hold a Grenada passport to stay in China visa-free for 30 days to facilitate your return home to visit your relatives.
2. facilitate tax planning
The Caribbean is an emerging offshore financial center in the world. High-net-worth individuals can set up offshore companies overseas by holding a Caribbean passport to make more reasonable tax planning, and overseas assets are not taxed. The advantage of an offshore company is that there is no estate tax, inheritance tax, inheritance tax and gift tax.
3. apply for U.S. E2 visa
The E-2 Treaty "Investor Visa" signed by Grenada and the United States allows Grenada citizens to operate companies, live and study in the United States. In this case, investors can apply for an E-2 visa through Grenada passport status as a springboard to apply for US status.
Holding the US E-2 visa can enjoy the same medical and educational benefits as green card holders. In many states in the United States, children holding E-2 subsidiary visas enjoy the education benefits of local Americans, free admission to public schools and preferential private schools. The most important point is that holding an E-2 visa does not need to deal with the US global taxation.
4. Children enjoy English education
Grenada belongs to the Commonwealth of Nations and is the education system of the Commonwealth. The education level of the UK ranks among the top in the world. Investors immigrate to Grenada. Investors obtain passports directly and become members of the Commonwealth of Nations. They have all the rights of the Commonwealth; for example, children can go to Commonwealth schools without language tests, and their children can stay visa-free. Studying in the UK for 6 months, you can also work in the UK for 2 years after graduation. Children can also go directly to domestic and international schools with foreign status.
As a North American Caribbean island country and a member of the Commonwealth, Grenada is known to the world as a "splendid holiday destination" and was selected as one of the top ten tourist destinations in the world by National Geographic. It is rich in spice nutmeg and is known as the "Island of Spices" by the world.
Grenada is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, the world's most beautiful beaches, waterfalls, rainforests and a comfortable climate. It is an ideal paradise for getting close to nature and is highly sought after by high-end travel enthusiasts in European and American countries.
Who needs a Grenada passport?
1. Citizens of the world: wealthy people, heirs of businesses, families, property, etc., want to use overseas passports to realize freedom of work, life, and travel
2. Corporate shareholders or executives: need an overseas identity to achieve the goal of corporate listing
3. Investors who wish to settle, work or study in the United States: Grenada passports can directly apply for the U.S. E2 visa
4. Immigrants and non-immigrants: immigrants at the peak of their careers, whose work and family focus are at home, and need overseas passports to realize global business travel and vacation
5. High-net-worth investors: high-net-worth investors who are preparing for overseas investment, financial management, and global asset allocation
6. Precautionary parents: need to help their children attend international schools or study abroad through overseas status
7. Immigrants who need third-country status: investors whose immigration destinations need third-country status to successfully apply
Grenada application conditions
1. The main applicant is over 18 years old
2. No criminal record
3. Attached applicants: spouse, unmarried children under 30 years old, parents and grandparents over 55 years old of the main applicant and spouse, unmarried siblings without children.