When will a normal visa be required for Grenadans travelling to the EU?
Grenadans must plan access rights individually to all nations they want to
visit in Europe that are not included in the ETIAS scheme. Non-Schengen
nations, like Russia and the UK, have immigration policies that the EU has no
jurisdiction over. Grenadans should thoroughly research the documentation they
will need to visit these nations.
Grenadans should also bear in mind that the ETIAS visa waiver will not arrive
until 2023. However, as part of an agreement between Caribbean nations and the
EU, Grenadans will not need to arrange a visa for short-term travel into the
Both the current agreement and the ETIAS provisions give travel rights for a
maximum of 90 days. Grenadans who want to visit the Schengen area for longer
will have to make more formal visa and residency permit arrangements.