Malta Passport by Investment
The Malta Citizenship Program is a direct route to securing one of the most coveted EU passports. A Maltese Passport allows applicants the right to live, work and study in the 28 EU countries, and enjoy travel freedom with visa-free access to 182 countries worldwide. The Maltese Individual Investor Program offers a secure EU relocation. This program is the first to be accepted by the European Commission. Applicants receive a fast-track residence card within 3 weeks, which allows investors to reside in Malta and travel visa-free throughout the Schengen area whilst documents are being prepared for a Citizenship Submission. Obtaining a Maltese (EU) passport may take up to 14 months in total. This route allows a lower investment value of around half that of comparable EU programs, with an investment required of €896,000-€1,150,000. The investment value varies depending on whether the applicant invests in property or intends to reside on a rental basis.
Attractive tax regime
Zero taxes for non-domiciled individuals. No dividend tax and no inhertance tax.
Entire Family are Eligible
Including spouse, children,and parents
Visa- free access to 182 countries, including EU, UK, USA & Canada
Valid for like
Transferable to descendants
Fast track residence cards within 1-3 weeks with Schengen mobility for 18 months
Partially repayable investment
After 5 years, investments in government bonds and property can be released
Member of the EU
Enjoy EU Freedoms to live, work, study or travel anywhere in the EU
Maltese passport granted in 14 months
Malta Investment requirements
Under the Maltese Citizenship Program, an investment of €896,000 - €1,150,000 is required, depending on whether the investor decides to purchase or lease a property. From the total investment, a non-refundable €650,000 will be contributed to the government's National Development Fund. Of the remaining investment, €150,000 is allocated as an investment in government-approved financial instruments. The remaining investment balance is allocated to the property. Investors may decide to purchase property for a minimum of €350,000 or lease a property for at least €16,000 p.a. It is also mandatory to hold global health insurance with a cover of €50,000 per family member.
€650,000 – Non-refundable contribution
Non-refundable contribution of €650,000 to the National Development & Social Fund set up by the government.
€150,000 – Investments in Government bonds or securities
To be held for a minimum of 5 years after citizenship has been granted.
€80,000 / €350,000 – Rent or purchase a property
An applicant will be required to buy a property for a minimum value of €350,000 or lease a property for at least €16,000 p.a. The property must be held for the duration of your residence card (minimum 12 months) and a further 5 years after citizenship has been granted.
€3,000 – Private health insurance policy
The applicant and his/her family should have valid medical insurance with a €50,000 coverage per person. The annual insurance payment will total €500-€600 per individual.
Malta Citizenship Acquisition Process
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