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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.


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Citizenship in Malta for Nationals of Vietnam

The reasons why an individual decides to relocate are various. If you too have been charmed by the possibility of residing in a beautiful and safe country then the island of Malta is the right place for you.


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Citizenship in Malta for Indonesian expats

Indonesian expats intending to move to Malta often think of the tax-friendly and developing investment opportunities but also the great Mediterranean climate.


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Citizenship in Malta for Nationals of India

India is one of the most populated countries in the world and has a lot of financially potent individuals. Many of these individuals have been attracted by the possibilities that Malta offers.


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Citizenship in Malta for Chinese Nationals

With beautiful scenery, laid back life style but also tax-friendly, Malta has attracted citizens from all over the world.


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Malta Citizenship for Russian Expats

Russian expats planning to move to Malta often have in mind the beautiful scenery and quiet life but also the tax-friendly, politically stable and growing investment opportunities.


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The difference between residency and citizenship

Malta’s warm climate, cosmopolitan lifestyle, safe environment and food culture make it a popular destination for expats to make a new life and resettle with their families.


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What is ground rent

The concept of ground rent, historically known as emphyteusis, was once a very popular contract condition in the transfer of property, but it fell into disuse over the years.


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Pros and cons of buying property in Malta

Malta’s economy is absolutely booming at present with a Gross Domestic Product growth rate of 5.6 percent, which is double the EU average.


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Effects of Brexit on British Expats Residing in Malta

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.


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