Possibility of tax planning
Visa-free entrance and residency in Schengen Area
Social and political security
New business development opportunities
All family members can receive residency within 3-9 months
No requirement to reside in the country
Normally, the process takes from 3 to 9 months. It’s necessary to visit Malta once. Investors must meet the following criteria:
Absence of sanctions, restrictions or bans on entry to EU countries, the USA, the UK and Canada
Absence of a criminal record and criminal proceedings for serious crimes
Ability to confirm the legality of the source of income
Impeccable personal and business reputation
Not falling under the PEP category (Politically Exposed Person)
Not being included in Interpol and Schengen Information System (SIS) lists
Good health condition
Unmarried and dependent children regardless of age
Children, regardless of age, having a mental or physical disability
Dependent parents and grandparents
We’ll cover the following information:
€ 250,000 – a minimum investment in government bonds;
€ 30,000 – a non-refundable government contribution;
€ 270,000 – a minimum investment in real estate (purchase) or € 10,000 per year – a property lease
Total cost (property property):
For 1 applicant – € 550,000
For a family of 4 – € 560,000
For 1 applicant - € 30,000
For a family of 4 - € 40,000
Total cost (real estate renting):
For 1 person – € 330,000
For a family of 4 – € 340,000
For 1 applicant - € 80,000
For a family of 4 - € 90,000
The total cost of obtaining residency depends on the investment option, number and age of applicants, as well as the selected package of services. Fill out the form and within 10 minutes you will receive an individual cost calculation + comparison with other programs.
Our expert who has worked with more than 280 cases in Europe will consult you. He’ll describe all the peculiarities of the Maltese permanent residency program, its advantages and disadvantages, and tell you about similar cases from his practice.
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The following steps are described for reference purpose only. The main thing that we want to underline is that Migronis takes care of the preparation and submission of your case. You only need to provide the original documents. We will do all the paperwork ourselves.
Free preliminary background check (due diligence) of an applicant (1 day) and contract signing in one of our offices or remotely. At this stage, it will be sufficient to provide the passport copies of all family members who will be included in the residency application.
Result of the stage: background check report + signed contract.
We receive Police Certificates, fill out government forms, arrange notarization, translation and apostilization of all the necessary documents, and send the package to our lawyer in Malta.
You submit the original documents and sign the forms and other documents that we prepare by ourselves.
Result of the stage: Confirmation of documents received by the government.
Identity Malta, the government agency responsible for applications, carries out the processing of the case during the period of 3 months. Sometimes additional documents may be requested. A visit to Malta is not required.
Result of the stage: Approval in principle is issued.
Applicant’s actions: Pay the required amount of investment (purchase government bonds and real estate or sign a rental agreement) within three months after the approval is issued.
All adult applicants visit Malta, sign documents in front of the Council of Malta. And afterwards a permanent residence is issued.
You pay only after your case is approved and you’ve obtained your residency. Payment can also be made through world-renowned escrow agents. In this case, all funds shall be kept on the agent’s account until you receive residency.
It is very important to have a local certified specialist who understands the local specifics of work. We work without intermediaries and therefore are responsible for the results.
Our offices are located in different time zones, so we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Want to see for yourself? Send us a message online or call us now.
Apart from obtaining a residency, we can help you get a driver’s license, tax identification number and other documents. We can also help you open a bank account and register a company, as well as lease out the purchased property.
We receive Police Certificates, fill out government forms, arrange notarization, translation and apostilization of all the necessary documents, and send the package to Identity Malta. Our lawyer on the island controls the process over there. Your participation is kept to a minimum: you only provide the original documents, make the necessary payments, sign the forms.
Our lawyers are based both in the CIS countries and in the countries where we apply for citizenship and residency.
We start working on a case only if we 100% sure we can help a client to obtain citizenship or residency. For this purpose, we conduct a preliminary background check (due diligence), submit a report and our recommendations. Only after that we sign the contract and proceed with the case.
In order to implement the post-paid service mechanism, we have perfectly adjusted our internal processes. Our goal is to provide the service within the shortest possible time and with a successful result, because only in this case we will get our service fees. On the average, preparation of documents takes from 5 to 25 days.
We have extensive experience and honestly talk about both successful cases and difficult situations in our blog. We do not recommend programs that do not function well (for example, in Bulgaria), or offer overvalued real estate to obtain citizenship (most of the projects on the islands).
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Children under 18 years of age who are not married and who are fully supported by the main applicant;
Children from 18 to 26 years old, unmarried, in full-time attendance at a recognized institution of higher learning, and fully financed by the main applicant;
Children who have a mental or physical disability, regardless of age;
Parents or grandparents of the main applicant and/or spouse;
Former spouse cannot obtain citizenship.
Children from previous marriages can be added in the application.
Yes. Children of the main applicant/spouse who are born or adopted after the approval date can be added subject to an additional contribution and successful due diligence checks.
The Certificate will not have an expiry date, however the e-Residence Card, will initially be valid for a period of five years – subject to annual monitoring and that the stipulated conditions continue to be met.
No, this status does not lead to citizenship.
Yes, once, to obtain your resident cards.
You’ll only be able to enter the Schengen countries on a visa-free basis.
The main applicant and/or dependants can apply for a work permit by submitting an application for a ‘single work permit’ through the normal channels. We can help with this.
With Maltese permanent residence t is possible to obtain a work permit, i.e. it must be issued before you find employment in the Schengen countries.
€ 270,000 - real estate in the south of Malta or the island of Gozo;
€ 320,000 - real estate in any region.
It’s not allowed to rent out your real estate object.
No, the main applicant does not have to commit to retain the property which can, in reality, be sold as long as it is replaced by another qualifying property. The monitoring happens on an annual basis for the first 5 years and 5 yearly thereafter.
Tax resident status is assigned only to those who have stayed in the country for more than six months. If the investor is still interested in obtaining the tax residency in Malta, he will need to prove that he stays in the country for at least 183 days in a year.
Identity Malta’s due diligence normally takes between 2-4 months. Normally, the residency cards are issued within 3-9 months.