Washington DC

Embassy of Grenada - Washington DC


Metro Closest Metro Stop:
Dupont Circle Travel
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Travel Fax: (202) 265-2468

Travel Phone: (202) 265-2561

Travel Email Address:
Embassy: embassy@grenadaembassyusa.org
Consular: consulate@grenadaembassyusa.org

Travel Website: grenadaembassyusa.org

Travel Address: 1701 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009-2501

Dupont Circle Metro Station on the red line of the Metro system is the closest station to the Embassy of Grenada. The station has two exits; make sure to leave through the "Q Street Exit". From the station, it is approximately a 6-minute walk to the Embassy. Use the map and directions shown below to find suggested routes.


Embassy of Grenada in Washington DC

Embassy of Grenada in Washington DC

From Dupont Circle Metro Station
Approximately 0.3 mile, 6 min walk
Travel Leave the station through the Q Street Exit.
Travel Head east on Q St NW toward Connecticut Ave NW.
Travel Turn left onto New Hampshire Ave NW.
Travel Destination will be on the right.

Consular Services

From October 1, 2015 the following applications may be submitted to the Consulate in person with prior appointment:

1- Passport
2- Visa/Pre-Clearance
3- Emergency Travel Document
4- Document Verification

Appointments are scheduled for Tuesday or Friday between 10AM and 1PM. To book an appointment, click on the link below. You will receive a confirmation message to the email you specify in your appointment request form.

Schedule Appointment

Visa Requirements Per Country

The following PDF documents list which countries require a visa to travel to Grenada:

TravelVisa Requirements Per Country

TravelVisa Exempt Countries

TravelCountries Who Receive Visa At PORT OF ENTRY

TravelCountries Who Require Visa PRIOR TO ARRIVAL


Cruise Ship Passengers

Cruise ship passengers of any nationality who intend to remain on the island of Grenada for less than 24 hours do not require a visa to enter Grenada.  However, you do require a passport valid for at least six months from your date of return to your country. If you will be in Grenada for more than 24 hours or you will stay over night in Grenada you may need a visa to enter Grenada. 

General Visa Requirements

Applying In Person

Applicants may submit their visa application in person with a prior appointment. Appointments are scheduled for Tuesday or Friday between 10AM and 1PM. Schedule Appointment Online.


Requirements for Processing Visa Applications Prior to Arrival in Grenada

All visa applications must be submitted at least six weeks prior to your departure date. The visa processing time is about 7 business days from date of receipt. Holders of visas may not work in Grenada unless authorized to do so by the local Ministry of Labor. The following documents are required to start the visa application process:

1) Visa Application Form
Complete the Visa Application Form (PDF Format) in blue or black ink.

2) Passport
Original passport valid for at least six months from date of departure from Grenada.

3) Photographs
Two passport-size photographs (no more than 3 months old), one certified by a Justice of the Peace or a Notary Public.

4) Proof of Legal Residence in the USA
U.S. Permanent Residents who require a visa to travel to Grenada must also show proof of permission to re–enter the USA (Please bring your Residency Card with you to Embassy or if mailing, photocopy both sides of your card on one page and have it notarized).

5) Visa Processing Fee
The visa fee for a Single Entry Visa is US$100 per applicant. The visa fee for a Multiple Entry Visa is US$250 per applicant.

1- Only certified bank checks or money orders are accepted.
2- Cash is accepted in person only.
3- If the visa is to be mailed back to you, include a separate money order either for US$20 for Express Mail Service (within the USA), or US$55 for Express International Service. The certified bank check or money order should be payable to "The Embassy of Grenada".

Submit the completed application and required documentation to:
Embassy of Grenada
1701 New Hampshire Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009–2501


Requirements for Pre-Clearance Letter for Applicants of Countries Who Receive Visas at Port of Entry in Grenada

Visa applications should be submitted at least four weeks PRIOR to departure date. The visa processing time is about 7 business days from date of receipt.

1) Visa Application Form
Complete the Visa Application Form (PDF Format) in blue or black ink.

2) Passport
Original passport valid for at least six months from date of departure from Grenada.

3) Photograph
One passport-size photograph (no more than three months old), must be attached to the visa application form.

3) Photocopy
Color copy of the data page of your passport.

3) Travel Accommodations
Confirmation of accommodations while in Grenada.

4) Proof of Legal Residence in the USA
U.S. Permanent Residents who require a visa to travel to Grenada must also show proof of permission to re-enter the USA (Please bring your Residency Card with you to Embassy or if mailing, photocopy both sides of your card on one page and have it notarized).

5) Visa Processing Fee
The fee for a Pre-Clearance Letter from the Immigration and Passport Office of Grenada is US$10 payable to the Embassy of Grenada.

1- Only certified bank checks or money orders are accepted.
2- Cash is accepted in person only.
3- To mail the Pre-Clearance Letter to you, include a separate money order either for US$20 for Express Mail Service (within the USA), or US$55 for Express International Service. The certified bank check or money order should be payable to the Embassy of Grenada.

If the Pre-Clearance Letter is issued, the visa fee upon arrival in Grenada is:
Single Entry Visa: EC$100 per applicant
Multiple Entry Visa: EC$250 per applicant

Submit the completed application and required documentation to:
Embassy of Grenada
1701 New Hampshire Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009-2501

 

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