Malta (MPRP)

European Residency by Investment Program

Program Overview

The Maltese Permanent Residency Program (MPRP) will allow non-EU citizens to hold an EU residence, and allows them to live in Malta as well as travel visa-free to the entire Schengen Area. The investment should be held for the first 5 years. The program also does not have any residence requirements and family members can be included in your application.

Country Overview

Malta is definitely one of the most beautiful nations on the planet. This country has undoubtedly solidified its position in the tourism sector and sets itself apart from other Mediterranean countries with its warm weather, beautiful waters, and dynamic culture. Malta, the little Mediterranean island about 50 miles south of Sicily.
This little Mediterranean island has an enticing laid-back vibe and modest beauty, with enough activities to keep the whole family busy. You’ll leave Malta wanting more, whether you’re diving into Sliema’s Ballutta Bay for an afternoon soak in the city, exploring the historic, tiny alleyways of Valletta and Mdina, or leaping off cliffs with the locals into the country’s many natural pools. The natural pool leads to deep, clear water, making it one of Malta’s most beautiful snorkeling and diving locations.
Capital
Valetta
Population
516,564
Language
English and Maltese
Currency
Euro (EUR)
Exchange Rate
1 USD = 0.9 EUR
Government Type
Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic

Investment Requirement

To obtain the permanent residency in Malta you will require to make a various investment as following:

Requirement 1:

The purchase of property starting from €300,000 EUR or rent a property for €10,000 EUR

Requirement 2:

A contribution to the Maltese Government for €28,000 EUR (or €58,000 EUR if the property is leased)

Requirement 3:

A donation to a non-governmental organization for €2,000 EUR and an administration fee of €40,000 EUR

Visa Free Countries

27 Countries

Austria
Belgium
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Italy
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland

Organizations

Member of the British Commonwealth since 1964
Member of the United Nations since 1964
Member of World Trade Organization since 1995
Member of the Schengen Counties since 2007

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