The Immigration and Passport Department is an extension arm of the Royal Grenada Police Force with special responsibility to administrate the State's affairs in the exercise of control of the movement of people (nationals and non-nationals) in and out of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique as a mater of National Security. In the exercise of this responsibility certain operational control mechanisms were established to militate against fraudulent use of the Grenadian Passport and to enhance our Border Control initiative.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
APPLICATION FOR A VISA
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PURPOSE OF A VISA
Persons travelling to Grenada are advised to enquire one month in advance whether an entry visa would be required. If such a visa is required, it can usually be obtained at any Grenada consulate or after making prior arrangements through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it can be obtained upon arrival at the Maurice Bishop International Airport.
The SINGLE entry visa only enables the holder to proceed to the port of entry before the expiry date of the visa issued, where the holder MUST comply with the laws, regulations and requirements of the Immigration Officials of the Government of Grenada. Applicants are advised to seek information regarding regulations and processing procedures with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Grenada, before making fixed travel arrangements.
ENTRY & VISA REQUIREMENTS