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Malta Citizenship

THE FASTEST AND EASIEST WAY TO GET CITIZENSHIP

MALTA PERMANENT CITIZENSHIP:

  • Methods of Investment for CITIZENSHIP:
    - Contribution of €650,000 to the national development fund set up by the government
    - Invest €150,000 in government approved financial instruments
    - Commit to a residence for €350,000 in Malta for 5 years or enter a property rental contract for at least €16.000 per year for a minimum period of five years
  • Max ages that Children can be included on Citizenship application:
    - Dependents under 25 years old are eligible
    - Minor children - €25,000 each
    - Children 18-26 (unmarried) - €50,000 each
  • When exactly does an applicant become a Citizenship holder?
    - Within 12 months
  • Lifetime permanent citizenship with one-time investment
  • Visa free travel to 165 countries including Schengen zone
  • Dual citizenship
  • Immigrate with Family to Europe
  • Family descendants and new born babies automatically acquire citizenship
  • The right to live, work, and study in any of the 28 EU countries and Switzerland
  • One of the safest countries in Europe
  • Excellent healthcare facilities
  • No wealth, inheritance or gift tax
  • No Language tests
  • Safe, secure and pleasant lifestyle

WHY MALTA:

  • Malta is the 2nd safest country in the world (UN World Risk Report, 2012)
  • With year-round sunshine, gorgeous beaches and over 7,000 years of intriguing history
  • Malta is the 3rd-best spot for diving in Europe
  • Malta has consecutively scored the highest percentage of computer graduates among the 27 EU member states
  • Malta boasts temples which date back to a time before any other structure in the world, including the pyramids in Egypt
  • Malta's bathing water is among the EU's best, which is an additional bonus to the Island’s 300 days of sunshine
  • As well as a range of benefits to individuals seeking to acquire residence on the island, given its advantageous tax regime and competitive cost of living
  • Temporary residence is granted for the entire period of education to students in any Private School, College, or at the University of Malta
  • Malta residents are afforded protection by double taxation agreements, which ensure that tax is never paid twice on the same income in different countries
  • Malta has a lot of other attributes which make foreign enterprisers choose it over other EU countries. Among these are:
    • - the skilled and cheap workforce which is also fluent in English and other European languages
    • - the country’s excellent infrastructure which links all small islands
    • - the taxation system which, now, is one of the most favorable in Europe
    • - the incentives, grants and exemptions the Government offers to those setting up companies here
    • - the economic stability

ABOUT MALTA:

  • Official Name: The Republic of Malta
  • A Form of Government: Parliamentary republic
  • Capital: Valletta
  • Population: 436,947
  • Currency: euro
  • Area: 316 km2
  • Official Language: Maltese
  • Education: Maltese alongside with English
  • Culture: mixed culture (Greece, Italian, romans, Arabs)
  • Environment: inadequate water supply, deforestation
  • Health Care: high standard by 2014 7th world wide ranking
  • Taxation: lowest in EU
  • Tourism: Tourism is an important sector of the country's economy
  • Weather: average
  • Politics: not stable
  • Schengen: yes
  • Religion: Roman Catholicism

QUALIFICATION CRITERIA:

  • Investment in Real estate, government bonds and Maltese national development funds
  • Proof of investment
  • Criminal record
  • Birth certificate
  • Above 18 years old
  • Income tax return
  • Employment contract (if employed)
  • Business license (if self-employed)
  • Bank Statement
  • Marriage certificate (if applicable)
  • Valid passport
  • Two passport size photos
  • References from bankers, lawyers
  • Source of funds
  • Sufficient funds
  • Health certificate from registered medical practitioner
  • Proof for current residence (utility bills)

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