How to Get a Business Visa for Grenada

Genada Business Visa

Genada Business Visa

The business visa process for Grenada is pretty self-explanatory.  It is mostly the usual stuff: fill in some forms, get the fee (money order), submit your materials, than wait some days to get your passport with visa returned to you.

I will tell you below all you need to know about how to get a business visa for Grenada.

Visa required for U.S. citizens before you go to Grenada: No, you can stay up to 90 days visa-free.

Visa required for non-U.S. citizens before you go to Grenada:
If you are on this list at the Embassy of Grenada you need to get a visa before you arrive.

1
Find your consulate

If you’re inside the U.S.:

Embassy of Grenada in Washington D.C.

If you’re outside of the U.S.: Click here.

2
Gather documentation
3
Visa fee

Check the consulate or embassy that you found in the steps above to find out the latest fee.

4
Submit materials

Submit your required materials from Step 2 and visa fee from Step 3 to the embassy or consulate you found in Step 1.

5
Receive your visa

Congratulations! The Embassy of Grenada will give to you your brand new Grenada visa.

6
Vaccination information

Don’t get sick! Check vaccination requirements here.

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