Citizenship & Residence

The Residence Programme Rules 2014

The new Residence Programme Rules, Legal Notice 270 of 2014 (hereinafter the ‘Rules’) have recently been published in Malta and have come into force with effect from 1st July 2013.

Migration by Investment – Invest in your Future!

With the possibility of obtaining a second residence or citizenship by investment, applicants and their families are choosing to migrate permanently to other countries.

Why Malta is considered one of the best countries for retirement.

Malta has been placed on the list of the top 15 countries to retire in. The idyllic islands and peaceful lifestyle make it the perfect place to relax.

Malta Retirement Programme

In 2012, Malta introduced a new programme called the Malta Retirement Programme (hereinafter the ‘Programme’) designed to attract nationals of the EU, EEA and Switzerland who are not in an employment relationship…

Retiring in Malta

With a mild climate, vibrant Mediterranean lifestyle, affordability and excellent healthcare system, Malta is becoming an increasingly more attractive place to retire.

Notice Period Malta – Employment Rights and Regulations

Working rights and regulations in Malta fall under the responsibility of the Department for Employment and industrial relations. This includes notice periods and payments.

How long does it take to process a work permit application in Malta?

Obtaining a single work permit in Malta can take as little as four weeks after government reforms have been made in order to facilitate the process.

Can Maltese citizens work abroad?

A substantial number of Maltese citizens are opting to work abroad, sometimes making it a permanent move, but more often than not, using it as a work/life experience when they graduate from…

What do I need, to get Maltese citizenship in Australia?

It may sound obvious, but the first thing that you need to obtain before getting a Maltese passport in Australia, is Maltese citizenship.