GTA’s 473 Connect Initiative
Introducing 473 Connect!
Refer your friends to visit Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique for the opportunity to WIN an ALL INCLUSIVE holiday for 2!
As a 473 Connect Ambassador, you will receive benefits including training, invitations to promotional events in your city, as well as points that can be redeemed against hotel bookings, restaurants, and even fuel for your car!
For more information visit:
GRENADA 473 CONNECT!
Consulate Office COVID-19 Protocols
Dear Nationals and Friends,
The Consulate General of Grenada, Miami continues to monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States.
"To minimize the risks within our community, we are adhering to the appropriate protocols and continue to make the safety and well-being of our nationals and our staff a priority.
Given the growing health concerns related to COVID-19, and out of an abundance of caution, we are suspending in-person consular services with the exception of First-Time Grenadian born Applicants with urgent travel itineraries. If you need to renew your passport, please do so via courier or certified mail.
These decisions may change based on the day-to-day developments regarding the spread of the virus, so please check our
I encourage you to exercise common sense and take all necessary precautions for your personal health and safety. We continue to rely on information from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) State and Local authorities and urge you to familiarize yourself with the guidelines and latest updates issued by the CDC and your state/local health department.” Compliments Ambassador Smith - Embassy of Grenada, Washington, DC
For more information regarding current CDC travel advisories related to COVID-19, visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html. Also, please visit the Department’s dedicated COVID-19 webpage for information and guidance regarding COVID-19 in Florida.
New Consulate Location
Dear Nationals and Friends,
The Consulate General of Grenada, Miami wishes to inform that on Monday, 1st April 2019, the Consulate General will be re-located to the following address:
The telephone, fax number and email address remain the same.
New E-Passport Notice
The Consulate General of Grenada wishes to inform all Grenadian nationals that the Government of Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique has transitioned to the new E-Passport. Present passports would run their course and their validity would end in 2023.
The e-Passport is a biometric passport/digital passport, enhanced with an embedded electronic microprocessor, which is distinguished by a logo at the front cover.
Effective Friday, 1st November 2019, the adjusted fee for the new e-Passport will be US$250.00.
Effective Monday, July 16th, 2018, the new e-Passport, meets International Civil Aviation standards.
Welcome To The Official Website of The Consulate General of Grenada Miami
Here you can find useful information about the Consulate General, as well as all information you will need to obtain services as a national of Grenada living in the United States. We extend a warm welcome to all our friends around the world. To those who wish to visit our beautiful country to explore investment opportunities, or just to vacation on the pristine Island of Spice, this website will provide you with all you need to know. We hope that you find our site informative and useful. To help us serve you better, we invite your comments and /or suggestions.
Thank you for stopping by. We look forward to interacting with you soon!
First Time Passport Applicants Must Appear In Person
As of May 20, 2017 all First Time Passport Applicants must appear in person for an interview with a Consular Officer. Applications received by mail after May 20, 2017 will not be processed and will be returned at the expense of the applicant. Please call (305) 570-2716 Ext.102 to schedule an appointment at the Consulate General in Miami Beach, Florida.
Depending on your location, you may wish to contact the Consulate General in New York, New York or the Consulate in Washington, District of Columbia for further instruction.