Malta Residency

Named as the “best climate” in the world by international living, Malta is a dream destination for tourists. It has warm summers and mild winters. Malta is located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Tourists from all over the world love to spend some cozy time here especially freelancers who can work remotely and retries mostly from northern Europe. But the weather alone is not the reason people love to visit Malta, it has a lot more to offer to its visitors such as historic architectural sites, recreational activities (mostly gaming) and boat culture.

Malta enjoys a stable political climate. It became a member of the EU in 2004 and Schengen is in 2007. It was the only country after Germany that maintained a stable economic growth during financial crises in the zone. The capital city of Malta is called Valletta, which is the smallest capital city in the EU.

  • Should be a non-EU member
  • Solid proof of income no less than € 500,000 or an annual income of € 100,000 (generated outside Malta)
  • Must invest in €250,000 in government bonds, plus €30,000 contribution to the National Development Fund and also purchase a property worth €320,000 or rent a property ( € 12,000 p.a. in Malta OR € 10,000 in Gozo or South of Malta)
  • EU health insurance for you and your family
  • Health certificate from the reputed health care system
  • Valid travel documents
  • Once a resident, you must not spend more than 183 days outside of the country
  • Must be fluent in one of the two official languages of Malta (i.e. Maltese or English)
  • Visa-free travel to all European Union countries including Schengen areas
  • Fastest residency process (3 to 4 months)
  • Ability to stay for 5 years and residency renewal is forever
  • Eligibility to reside in Malta permanently
  • Family members including spouse, children under 25 years of age and parents above 55 years are also eligible for the residency program
  • Residency permit can also be obtained by other family members who are dependent on the applicant
  • No tax on worldwide income
  • 15% tax on remitted income and 35% on local income
  • No inheritance tax
  • Eligible to obtain a work permit
  • No need to reside in the country permanently
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All three investment below are required to obtain Maltese residency

Requirement 1: Real Estate

  • Minimum Investment of  €320,000 or €270,000 in Gozo or South of Malta
  • Rent a property starting from €12,000 p.a. in Malta or €10,000 in Gozo or South of Malta

Requirement 2: Government Bonds

  • Invest €250,000 in government bonds, held for a minimum of five years. Financing available at under €75,000.

Requirement 3: Donation to National Development & Social Fund

  • Single Applicant: €30,000
  • Family of Four: €30,000

Named as the “best climate” in the world by international living, Malta is a dream destination for tourists. It has warm summers and mild winters. Malta is located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Tourists from all over the world love to spend some cozy time here especially freelancers who can work remotely and retries mostly from northern Europe. But the weather alone is not the reason people love to visit Malta, it has a lot more to offer to its visitors such as historic architectural sites, recreational activities (mostly gaming) and boat culture.

Malta enjoys a stable political climate. It became a member of the EU in 2004 and Schengen is in 2007. It was the only country after Germany that maintained a stable economic growth during financial crises in the zone. The capital city of Malta is called Valletta, which is the smallest capital city in the EU.

  • Should be a non-EU member
  • Solid proof of income no less than € 500,000 or an annual income of € 100,000 (generated outside Malta)
  • Must invest in €250,000 in government bonds, plus €30,000 contribution to the National Development Fund and also purchase a property worth €320,000 or rent a property ( € 12,000 p.a. in Malta OR € 10,000 in Gozo or South of Malta)
  • EU health insurance for you and your family
  • Health certificate from the reputed health care system
  • Valid travel documents
  • Once a resident, you must not spend more than 183 days outside of the country
  • Must be fluent in one of the two official languages of Malta (i.e. Maltese or English)
  • Visa-free travel to all European Union countries including Schengen areas
  • Fastest residency process (3 to 4 months)
  • Ability to stay for 5 years and residency renewal is forever
  • Eligibility to reside in Malta permanently
  • Family members including spouse, children under 25 years of age and parents above 55 years are also eligible for the residency program
  • Residency permit can also be obtained by other family members who are dependent on the applicant
  • No tax on worldwide income
  • 15% tax on remitted income and 35% on local income
  • No inheritance tax
  • Eligible to obtain a work permit
  • No need to reside in the country permanently

All three investment below are required to obtain Maltese residency

Requirement 1: Real Estate

  • Minimum Investment of  €320,000 or €270,000 in Gozo or South of Malta
  • Rent a property starting from €12,000 p.a. in Malta or €10,000 in Gozo or South of Malta

Requirement 2: Government Bonds

  • Invest €250,000 in government bonds, held for a minimum of five years. Financing available at under €75,000.

Requirement 3: Donation to National Development & Social Fund

  • Single Applicant: €30,000
  • Family of Four: €30,000
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