Malta Visa


An application fee of 30,000 Euros is required to the Maltese government. After this payment, a minimum of 320,000 Euros of real estate must be purchased or a 5 (five) year lease agreement with an annual rental price of at least 12,000 Euros. After these two stages are completed, 250.000 Euro government bonds are required. This is an investment based on government bond purchase, and is returned to the holder of the residence permit with the interest to be obtained after 5 years.

A person requesting a residence permit in Malta must physically reside in Malta for 6 months or more than 6 months. The Malta long-term residence permit is granted to those who have lived permanently in Malta for 5 years. In this case, the person should not have left Malta for 6 months at a time in any year of this 5 year period, which also means that he should have been out of malta for more than 10 months in total over a 5 year period.

You can travel freely in the Schengen area.

They can apply for a Malta residence permit for their spouses aged 21 and over and their unmarried children under the age of 18.