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Second citizenship on Malta

Financial contribution650 000 EUR
Purchased real estate priceFrom 350 000 EUR
Minimum subsistence funds150 000 EUR
State and due diligence state fees8 750 EUR
Length of the process~ 6 months
Visa-free travel167 countries

Malta offers three different ways for obtaining a second citizenship for those foreigners, who wish to relocate to the country and receive Maltese passport – a financial contribution to the Malta’s National Development and Social Fund, a real estate purchase or rental, government bonds purchase.

According to European Union (EU) statistics on international migration collected in 2015, the total number of immigrants relocating to Malta was 12 800.

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Eligibility

A foreigner is eligible to apply for a Maltese citizenship, if he or she has reached legal age of 18 years, has no criminal record, does not have been refused entry to any of the Schengen countries, has stable income, a good health, can make a particular type of contribution within 4 months after receiving a Malta IIP Letter of Approval in Principle and can meet all the investment requirements listed below.

Requirements

In order to acquire a second citizenship of Malta on the grounds of making a financial contribution to the Malta’s National Development and Social Fund, the following requirements must be met:

In order to acquire a second citizenship of Malta on the grounds of purchasing or renting a real estate, one of the following requirements must be met:

The applicant must provide a documentary evidence of leasing or owning the real estate within 4 months after he receives a Malta Citizenship Letter of Approval in Principle.

In order to acquire a second citizenship of Malta on the grounds of purchasing government bonds, stocks or special purpose vehicles:

Documents

In order to apply the following documents must be presented. However, this list is not full, as the Immigration Office may request other documents as well on case-by-case basis:

State fees and costs

Below you will find an information regarding state fees and charges that have to be covered, in order to apply for a Maltese passport.

Global health insurance coverage:
For all applicants – at least 50 000 EUR.
Due diligence application fees:
  • Main applicant – 7 500 EUR
  • Spouse – 5 000 EUR;
  • Dependents (aged 0-12) – free of charge;
  • Dependents (aged 13-17) – 3 000 EUR each;
  • Adult dependents – 5 000 EUR each.
Maltese passport application fees:
All applicants – 500 EUR each.
Bank commission fee:
200 EUR per each applicant.
A total deposit:
A total deposit of 10 000 EUR included (an initial deposit of 5 000 EUR for the main applicant and 1 000 EUR for each of his family members applied).
Passport fee:
500 EUR per each applicant.
Prescribed application fee:
~ 45 EUR per each applicant.

Time frames

General time frames for obtaining Maltese citizenship are ~6 months. Since Confidus Solutions has no power over final decision-making procedure whatsoever, case hearing period may be extended by the Immigration Office on case-by-case basis.

Benefits of holding Maltese residence permit

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