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May 7, 2018

GREEN AND SPIEGEL’S MATTHEW GALATI CO-AUTHORS ARTICLE FOR EB-5 INVESTORS MAGAZINE

Matthew Galati

Senior Associate Matthew Galati, who leads the Firm’s U.S. Investors and Entrepreneurs Division, recently co-authored an article EB-5 Investors Magazine, discussing the citizenship by investment options in Grenada.  

The article “A legal analysis of Grenada and the E-2 Visa”, discussed the establishment of the Grenadian citizenship by investment program ​and details the program’s requirements (which can also be found on our website). Grenadian attorney and local agent Sheila Harris co-authored the article with Galati.  

The article also discusses the benefits of Grenadian passport, notably that it is the only country in the world to offer citizenship by investment and to hold an E-2 treaty with the United States. With the Grenadian passport in hand, an investor unlocks the ability to apply for an E-2 visa, provided all other requirements are met. Independent of this unique benefit, Grenada citizens also enjoy visa-free visitor travel to over 90 countries. There is currently no restriction on any nationality applying for CBI.

Please click here to read more. To find out more about the Citizenship by Investment Program in Grenada and to assess your qualifications, please contact us to arrange a consultation.

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