DONATION + BOND
RIGHT TO LIVE:
any EU country
Malta Citizenship by Investment
European Union citizenship
You and your family will be EU citizens with the right to live, work, and study in any EU country.
Children can study in Europe
Your children have access to any European Union university with the same rights and tuition fee as any EU citizen.
Yes, you can include your, dependent and unmarried children under 26 years of age and dependent parents and grandparents above 55 years old.
The most affordable EU passport
Malta offers the cheapest and the best passport for investors. Malta passport allows you access to 168 countries visa-free including the UK and USA.
How to qualify for Malta Citizenship
All elements are required
Donation from €650,000
You should make a donation of €650,000 to the National Development and Social Fund. If you include your spouse and children below 18 years, add €25,000 each, and for any further adult dependents, add €50,000 each.
You should invest €150,000 in government-approved bonds or shares listed on the Malta Stock Exchange which are to be kept for 5 years.
PROPERTY RENT OR BUY
You are required to buy a property of at least €350,000 or enter a property rental contract for at least EUR 16,000, both on at least five-year contracts.
What are the Requirements
of getting a passport of Malta?
- Clean criminal record
- Enough money to invest
- Good character and good health
- Marriage certificate
- Clean criminal record
- Dependent children below the age of 18
- Up to 26 years of age
- Unmarried and fully supported
- Parents/grandparents above 55
- Fully supported
How It Works?
MALTA CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS
You get a residence card within 3 weeks. Collect the required documents.
Identity Malta reviews the application, source of funds, and makes background checks.
On approval, you should purchase or rent a property and submit Health Cover.
AFTER 1 YEAR
You get your Maltese passport after 1 year.
A paradise for tourists
Tell me more about Malta!
The country is a group of seven islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta is a melting pot of civilisations with a history stretching back thousands of years. Malta tax system is very favourable, and English is the second official language in the country. Malta has friendly relationships with Mediterranean rim countries and also with countries representing the major investment markets worldwide. Through the bilateral agreements between Malta and other countries, and through Malta's traditional economic links, the country has a high position as a business location and financial centre.
Shall I be a European Union Citizen?
Yes, you and your family members will be EU citizens and have EU passport. Malta is an EU member state and also a member of Schengen Zone. As a citizen of Malta, you are also an EU citizen. That means you can freely move in the EU, and you may live and work and study in any EU country.
Can I send my children to any European university?
Yes. Your children have the same access to European education as any other EU citizen. That means, the education is free or you should pay the tution fee for EU students only.
Should I pay tax in Malta?
You should pay no municipal, inheritance, net worth, or wealth taxes. Malta has double taxation treaties with almost 60 countries.
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