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Grenada is one of the most open economies in the world. The regulatory environment that governs trade and investment is relatively free. The country’s economic structure is highly diversified, based on the contribution of agriculture, manufacturing, tourism, construction, communications, transportation and government.

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Why Grenada?

Grenada is an island country in the Caribbean, which is part of the West Indies, located near Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago.  In order to attract foreign investment to the country, the government created an investment program that allows foreigners to invest into an approved project and obtain Grenada citizenship. 

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Why Investor Visa

An investor visa is given to foreign nationals who invest into a business in the US.  The requirements are that the investor owns and controls at least 50% of the business.  This visa is valid for five years and can be renewed indefinitely as long as the business remains active.