On the 23rd June 2016, British voters were asked whether they wanted the United Kingdom to remain in the EU or not, with the majority voting to leave the EU. In order for the UK to leave the EU, Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty had to be triggered; this article incorporates the process for a Member State to leave the EU.
Working rights and regulations in Malta fall under the responsibility of the Department for Employment and industrial relations. This includes notice periods and payments.
From its start in 2014 to date, the Maltese Citizenship by Investment Programme has proven to be very successful, providing a second passport option to individuals and families.
Malta is a true Mediterranean island paradise, it looks different to unique from other European countries especially due to the look of properties in Malta, the way the buildings in Malta are built. Nonetheless, also due to the incredible blue sea, relaxed lifestyle and booming economy it is a wonderful place to call home.
In 2011 Malta introduced a new tax program called the Highly Qualified Persons Rules (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Rules’) which sought to attract highly qualified persons to take up an ‘eligible office’ with licensed or other recognized companies in Malta.
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