Obtain a permanent Malta residency permit through secure-government backed investment and enjoy visa free travel within the Schengen area with your EU residence card.
Malta residency and visa program was launched in 2015 and allows you and your family to reside, settle, work or study indefinitely in Malta. With your EU residence card, you can freely travel to any Schengen country without the worry of obtaining a visa. Furthermore, you and your dependents are allowed to stay in any Schengen country up to 6 months in a year. The Malta residency program can lead to a long term European residency permit which will allow you and your family to be able to settle in any European country. This programme follows on from the success of the Malta Citizenship by Investment program and was introduced by the Maltase Parliamentary Secretary for Competitiveness and Economic Growth.
As an Authorized firm by The Maltase Government, Terranova Global have successfully helped hundreds of families from all corners of the world to become a European resident.
|Malta Residency Visa Free Countries:||Travel freely within Schengen area|
|Type of Investment:||An investment in Maltase government bonds to be retained for five years|
|Cost of Investment:||Maltase Government Bonds of €250,000|
Benefits Of Malta Residency Citizenship And Passport
Financial Outlay Of Malta Residency Citizenship By Investment Programme
You can apply for the Malta residency and obtain you permanent residence permit through an investment in Maltase government bonds of €250,000 to be retained for five years.
You are also required to maintain a residence address in Malta for a period of 5 years either through the purchase of a property with a minimum value of €270,000 or through leasing of a property with minimum annual rent of €10,000.
A non-refundable government contribution of €30,000 is also paid to ID Malta for the due diligence process.
About Malta Residency
Malta is a parliamentary republic with a steady political environment, a robust economy, and a wonderful Mediterranean climate with a fortunate 300 days of annual sunshine. Malta has been a key member of European Union since 2004 and a member of the Schengen area since 2007.
In current years the Maltese government has dynamically pursued to attract foreign investment with attractive incentives aiming at international investors and businesses. This pro-business government initiative seeks to build on Malta’s many current strengths such as its excellent international economic relations, a highly educated and English-speaking workforce and a high quality of life as well as excellent healthcare and education system.
Malta enjoys high levels of safety and security and is ranked as the world’s second safest country by the World Risk Report. Maltase healthcare system is ranked as one of the world’s best by the World Health Organization.
With these attractive credentials, Malta is considered as a highly attractive country for residency and business.
Timeline Of Malta Residency Citizenship Application
After signing the Terranova Global Service agreement we will begin your application and run initial internal due diligence check on your file.
The Terranova Global compliance team will do a full review on all your prepared documents to make sure a smooth and fast application process.
After a secondary review by Terranova Global’s Director of Operations, the application will be ready to submit to the Government Authorities of Malta.
Once your application for The Maltase residence program is formally submitted to the Maltese Government, the due diligence process will begin.
Once the due diligence has been completed Identity Malta Visa Agency will issue a letter of approval
We will arrange the transfer of the contribution fee and purchase of government bonds
We will work with you to organize and finalize the property lease
You and your family will visit Malta for biometrics
indefinite residency certificate and residency card will arrive
*Time estimates may vary depending on the Malta Government due diligence process
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