Our Grenada Visa Guide will teach you everything you need to know about Grenada’s visa policy for people from all over the world, including different types of visas, particular requirements, visa sponsorships, visa fees, and more. It is critical to have a scheduled flight ticket in hand before applying for a visa to Grenada.
The following Countries require a visa upon arrival in Grenada:
- Angola Anguilla
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Central African Repbulic
- Cote D’Ivoire
- Democratic Republic of The Congo
- Equatorial Guinea
- Lao People’s Democratic Republic
- Marshall Islands
- Sao Tome & Principe
- Saudi Arabia
- South Sudan
- Syrian Arab Republic
- Timor- Leste
Entry into Grenada
Citizens contemplating international travel should consider the ongoing danger of testing positive for COVID-19 while abroad and should purchase travel insurance that includes COVID-19 coverage. Upon arrival, a negative COVID test may be necessary.
There is a simple criteria to follow when applying for a Grenada visa. This criteria is listed below.
Possess a passport valid for at least six months upon entry, with at least one visa page remaining vacant.
Maintain evidence of sufficient funds.
Hold documentation of your onward and return flights.
Maintain documentation proving the reason of your travel.
Hold all necessary travel paperwork for your future destination.
The application processing time is generally ten (10) business days from the date of receipt. 4. The applicant’s passport MUST be valid for at least six months after the date of departure from Grenada and MUST be submitted with the application.
Visa appointment wait periods can vary from situation to situation. The seasonal volume of work and number of waiting applicants also affect the projected duration of the wait. However, the bulk of wait periods range from 60 to 120 days, or even more. It is vital that you give yourself ample time to obtain a visa before travelling.
Who can visit Grenada without a visa?
Any Countries not listed above do not require a visa and may enter Grenada without one. Travellers without a visa will be granted stay of 30 days in Grenada before they have to leave.
For detailed information on specific parts of the general visa process, you can refer to the links below to find the answer to your query. If you are unable to find any particular information, please contact us via email.
|Covid 19 / Border Control
|What is a Visa?
|What kind of visa do I need?
|Do I need more than one visa?
|How long is a visa valid for?
|When do I need my visa?
|What if my visa is refused?
The term of a Grenada visa depends on the intended length of stay in the country. For instance:
- A visa for a short stay is valid for 90 days. The short-stay visa is favoured for tourism, visits, and business meetings, among other activities.
- The duration of a residence permit is longer than three months. The Grenada resident permit is provided for employment, study, investment, family reunification, and other purposes.
What to do if your Grenada visa is refused?
You must identify and rectify the reasons which may have caused the rejection. If you had a visa interview, you can ask the visa officer the reason for rejection. In case you weren’t required to appear for an interview then you will receive a document stating the reason for rejection.
British passport holders can visit Grenada without a visa. You will be granted a specific length of stay upon entrance. Typically, if you wish to extend your stay, you must submit an extension request to the Grenada Immigration Department.
The island nation of Grenada offers a single sort of one-year work permit. If a person has to renew their work permit, they must submit a new application three months prior to the expiration date. If they do not begin this process promptly, they will be fined.
Grenada struck a visa exemption agreement with China in 2015, adding to its existing Visa-free access with the United Kingdom and the entire Schengen Area.