The Republic of Malta is located in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and North Africa. It is an archipelago consisting of 3 inhabited islands (Malta, Comino and Gozo), as well as a number of uninhabited islands, known for their sunny weather and attractive beaches. Valletta is the capital of Malta and its two official languages are Maltese and English.
Having become an independent republic in 1974, the country is still a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, as well as a full member of the European Union, Schengen, the World Trade Organisation, and the Eurozone.
The Malta residency and visa programme grants:
The Malta residency programme is open to third country nationals i.e. not Maltese, EU, EEA or Swiss nationals. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Eligibility may also be extended to the applicant’s dependants, including spouses or partners in a relationship, children, parents and grandparents under certain terms.
All three of the investments below are required as a qualifier for your application to the Maltese residency programme:
1- CONTRIBUTION TO THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL FUND
2- PROPERTY PURCHASE OR RENTAL
Applicants are required to make:
Both options require a minimum of five years.
3- QUALIFYING INVESTMENT