Where is grenada?
Grenada is a country in the Caribbean Sea, situated north of Trinidad and Tobago/Venezuela and south of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It sits very close to the equator and thus enjoys a warm climate throughout the year.
Do i need to travel to grenada during the application process?
No, it is not required for the applicant to visit Grenada at any time.
How long does a grenadian passport last and how can i renew it?
A Grenadian passport is valid for 5 years. They can be renewed at the Grenadian Consulate in London or through the Grenadian Passport and Immigration Office. Grenadian law states that all Grenadian citizens are entitled to a passport, and thus you cannot be denied a passport and will be able to renew your passport after expiry too.
What is grenada's economy like?
Grenada's GDP totaled $1.02 billion USD in 2016 and encompasses mostly tourism, agricultural exports (mostly nutmeg and cocoa) and construction. It is part of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and its currency is pegged to the US Dollar. There are no taxes on the repatriation of profit, and the country is generally a safe economy to invest in.
is grenada aligned with any political bodies?
Grenada is a participating member of the CARICOM (Caribbean Community) and the OECS (Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States). As a former territory of the British empire, it is also part of the Commonwealth of Nations with Queen Elizabeth II as the Queen of Grenada and Head of State.
what kind of opportunities in education are there for my children?
St. George's University is one of the best offshore universities that specialises in medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, and business administration. Many students of SGU go on to take on residency opportunities in the US.