Three Important Points for E-2 Visas | Grenada:
A commitment of funds that is a substantial and more than marginal invested in a U.S. business. This could be starting a new enterprise or the purchase of an existing business.
It is recommended that an owner or investor from Grenada have 51% or more ownership in the U.S. business.
Based on the agreement between the U.S. and Grenada, an approved E-2 visa will be issued for a period of sixty (60) months or five (5) years.
An E-2 visa from Grenada will permit multiple entries into the United States.