Grenadian Passports for U.S. Investors
Grenadian passports offer a unique opportunity for investors interested in buying or opening a business under the E-2 program but don’t have a qualifying passport. Acquiring a Grenadian passport takes approximately 6-8 months. After receiving the Grenadian passport, an investor can then apply for an E-2 visa. There are of course other countries that have relatively amenable citizenship by investment programs that qualify for the E-2 visa (such as Turkey, Montenegro, and others), but the Grenadian program is one of the oldest and most established. AmLaw can provide turn-key solutions from acquiring a Grenadian passport to helping select the appropriate business in the U.S. for the E-2 visa.
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E-2 Visa Through Grenadian Citizenship
Have you dreamed of living the U.S. life but never pursued those dreams because you thought you are not qualified? There are various misconceptions that often push qualified individuals to forego their applications — or make grave mistakes that threaten their petition.
This overview was prepared by the Miami immigration lawyer Charles Raether, founder and managing partner of the AmLaw Group. Download this whitepaper to reveal how you can obtain an E-2 visa through Grenadian citizenship!
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