The mission of the U.S. Embassy in Grenada is to promote United States-Grenada relations in sustainable economic growth, good governance, and support of a vibrant civil society. The Embassy maintains foreign relations with Grenada, and seeks its support in promoting democracy and economic stability. The Embassy also assists U.S. citizens and businesses in Grenada.
American Citizen Services
Welcome to the American Citizens Services (ACS) Unit! This unit provides a wide range of Emergency and Non-emergency services for American Citizens in Grenada.
Walk-in ACS services are not available for Citizenship and Passport Services or Notarials and Authentications. Appointments for these services must be scheduled online using the following link: https://evisaforms.state.gov/acs/default.asp?postcode=SGE&appcode=1
If you are requesting an appointment for more than one person in the same household, please schedule only one appointment. Add the additional names of all accompanying persons in the “Name of non-applicant who will be appearing for this appointment” section.
Appointments are available on Wednesdays, except on U.S. and local holidays.
Travelling on an Expired U.S. Passport
If you are overseas and your passport expired on or after January 1, 2020, you may be able to use your expired passport to return directly to the United States until June 30, 2022. Please click the following link to see if you qualify.
Grenada’s ACS unit does not adjudicate visas and is unable to respond to visa inquiries. Please visit U.S. Embassy Bridgetown’s Visa Section for visa related information.
Please note laptop computers, cameras, cell phones and other electronic devices are not allowed in the consular waiting room.
The Caribbean Basin Security Initiative (CBSI) is a U.S. security strategy focused on citizen safety throughout the hemisphere. CBSI brings all members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Dominican Republic together to jointly collaborate on regional security with the United States as a partner.
International Visitor Leadership Program
The International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) was founded in 1940 to build mutual understanding between the U.S. and other countries, through carefully designed visits that reflect the participants’ professional interests and support U.S. foreign policy goals.
PAS Grant Programs
PAS grant programs support projects that further U.S. foreign policy in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. This includes strengthening regional security, building prosperity for all peoples, promoting clean energy, promoting human rights, and mitigating climate change.
The International Religious Freedom Report describes the status of religious freedom in every country. The report covers government policies violating religious belief and practices of groups, religious denominations and individuals, and U.S. policies to promote religious freedom around the world.
The Human Rights Report addresses internationally recognized individual, civil, political, and worker rights, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international agreements. The U.S. Department of State submits reports on all countries receiving assistance and all United Nations member states to the U.S. Congress.
The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is the world’s most comprehensive resource of governmental anti-human trafficking efforts. The TIP Report represents an updated, global look at the nature and scope of trafficking in persons and the broad range of government actions to confront and eliminate it.
The U.S. Department of State maintains a fact sheet outlining bilateral relations between the United States and other members of the world community. The fact sheet addresses economic relations, assistance provided by the U.S government, and international organizations in which both states retain membership.