According to a famous belief, the word ‘Malta’ comes from the ancient Greeks who called the island Μελίτη (Melitē) or “honey-sweet” owing to its historic honey production. Some even attribute the origin of its name to the Phoenician word ‘Maleth’ which means “a haven” considering Malta’s numerous bays and coves. Both meanings are befitting for Malta’s Mediterranean paradise. Previously a naval power owing to its planned positioning, Malta today is a hub for wide-scale tourism and has a stable and advanced economy.

  • Have the right to settle, stay and reside permanently in Malta.
  • Enjoy Visa-free travel across Schengen for 90 out of 180 days
  • Reasonable contribution and efficient application process
  • Penetrate Malta’s affordable real estate market
  • Residency Card in 4 (four) weeks, Citizenship approval in 6 (six) months processing time & passport issuance in 12 (twelve) months (inclusive of processing time)
  • May include up to four generations in an application
  • Malta is an attractive place to live or to own a second home and is strategically located with excellent air links

Investment Options
Malta Permanent Residency Programme (MPRP)

The MPRP is a straightforward residency-by-investment programme based on investments in property and government contributions. With the promise of a 4 to 6-month processing time from the submission of a complete and correct application, the Programme offers much value to clients wishing to make Malta their home away from home. For Getting MPRP an applicant has to rent a property for a minimum of €10,000 in the South of Malta/Gozo or €12,000 in the rest of Malta; or purchase a property for a minimum value of €300,000 in the South of Malta/Gozo or €350,000 in the rest of Malta. In Addition, the client has to make a Donation to Non-Governmental Organization of 2000. Purchase a Health Insurance covering the Maltese islands for each and every applicant.

Nomad Residence Programme

Nomad Residence permit is for those who can work remotely and independent of location, using telecommunications technologies. In addition, he/she must be a third country national. The applicant must prove that he/she fits under any one of the three following categories: a) work for an employer that is registered in a foreign country and have a contract of work; b) conduct business activity for a company that is registered in a foreign country and of which applicant is a partner/shareholder; or c) offer freelance or consulting services mostly to clients, whose permanent establishments are in a foreign country, and with whom the applicant has contracts. Moreover, an applicant must reach a monthly income threshold of EUR 2,700 gross of tax. A Nomad Residence Permit holder may apply for renewal of the permit not later than one month prior to the expiry of the existing permit.

Our commitment to you!

At Raizing Citizen, we work exclusively on your behalf. We are devoted to providing a specialized service to each of our clients with the knowledge that comes with years of expertise. Most of all, we give the insight and an array of options that allow our clients to make and secure investments with confidence.

Get Free Consultation