Citizens of Iran and North Korea are banned from applying for citizenship of Grenada

Grenada stops accepting applications for citizenship by investment from citizens of Iran and North Korea.

The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Unit has recently confirmed that Grenada will not be accepting applications for citizenship by investment from applicants with Iranian and North Korean passports. Therefore, if you hold a passport of either of these countries, kindly be alerted and choose a different route to citizenship.

Up until recently Grenada was the only country in the world offering citizenship by investment to citizens of all the countries. Other countries in the Caribbean assess the eligibility of clients with these nationalities on a case by case basis.

Currently also citizens of Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen face issues when applying for citizenship by investment because of the country of their origin.

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