How can you become a permanent resident of Malta and access the EU through this exciting new programme?
See the information below for the details of each step.
Qualifying for a residence certificate
Contributions and invvestments
Once you have completed step 1 and qualified for a Residence Certificate, step 2 requires you to complete the three-tiered investment commitment to your new home.
Documents you will need
In order to apply for this programme, you must provide the following as originals or certified copies with translations if not in English (see requirements for translations below):
- personal identity documents including your passport, birth certificate and your marriage certificate (if married)
- police clearance certificate/s from your country of birth and any country you have resided in for at least six months in the last 10 years
- a certificate from a reputable health system to prove you and your dependents are in good health and are in possession of a valid health insurance policy
- proof of the required financial contributions (receipts of payment)
- an affidavit declaring that from the date of the application onwards, you have either an annual income of not less than €100,000 arising outside of Malta or you have capital of not less than €500,000
- proof of compliance with the property requirement (deeds or lease agreements)
- an affidavit of support for each of your dependents over 18 years of age with the exception of your spouse.
- Additional documents may also be requested by Identity Malta in certain circumstances. Prospera will inform you of any such requirement as soon as it is known.
- If you make a false representation, false statement or conceal any material fact, the application may be declined.
Requirements for translations
If the original documents are in a language other than English, you will need to provide certified translations of the documents into English prepared by a professional translator and authorised by one of the following:
- licensed lawyer
- notary public
- Maltese consular or diplomatic officer
- senior officer of the concessionaire
If a lawyer or a notary public is not Maltese, then all certifications must be under Apostille as well
Who are my dependants?
The following list of individuals qualify as your dependants:
- your spouse in a monogamous marriage or in another relationship with the same or a similar status to marriage, unless the Minister authorises otherwise on a case by case basis
- your child, including an adopted child and/or your spouse’s child who is less than eighteen years of age
- your child or your spouse’s child who is over eighteen years and who is not married and who proves that he is not economically active and is principally dependant on you as the main applicant
- your parent or grandparent or your spouse’s parent or grandparent who can prove that he or she is not economically active and is principally dependant on you as the main applicant
- your child or your spouse’s child who is at least eighteen years of age, and who has been certified by a recognized medical professional as having a disability in terms of the Equal Opportunities (Persons with Disability) Act and who is living with, and is fully supported by, you as the main applicant
Enjoy the benefits of permanent residence in Malta!
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