Grenada has made amendments to CBI regulation making important changes with taking oaths abroad. These regulations were published under Grenada Citizenship by Investment (Amendment) Regulations (S.R.O. No. 41 of 2020)
The Oath of allegiance is an important step in the application process under the CBI program. Without completing this step registration for citizenship will remain incomplete and the applicant will not become a citizen or passport will be issued. Oath of Allegiance is required for all including family member 18 years and above. it is a simple process takes less than 15 minutes.
The oath or affirmation of allegiance of a person granted citizenship by investment under the Act may be tendered by a Commissioner of Oaths, in addition to within the State of Grenada, at the following places–
- Embassy of Grenada in the People’s Republic of China;
- Grenada High Commission in the United Kingdom;
- Embassy of Grenada in Washington, D.C. in the United States of America;
- Consulate-General of Grenada in the State of New York in the United States of America;
- Consulate-General of Grenada in the State of Florida in the United States of America;
- Embassy of Grenada in Venezuela;
- Embassy of Grenada in the Russian Federation;
- Embassy of Grenada in the Republic of Cuba;
- Consulate-General of Grenada in Canada;
- Consulate of Grenada in the United Arab Emirates;
- Grenada Consular, Trade and Tourism Office in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago;
- Headquarters of the United Nations;
- a place specified in the instrument of appointment of a Commissioner of Oaths.
Cost: The fee is $50 per person.
You must read and swear the text below in front of the officer.
Grenada Pledge of Allegiance
“I pledge allegiance to my flag and to the country for which it stands, with Liberty, Justice and Equality for all. I pledge also that I shall defend and uphold, the Honour, Dignity and Laws and Institutions of my country.”