Malta, officially known as the Republic of Malta, is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It lies 80km south of Italy, 284km east of Tunisia, and 333km north of Libya.
- Malta is classified as an advanced economy together with 32 other countries according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
- The economy is dependent on foreign trade (serving as a freight trans-shipment point), manufacturing (especially electronics and textiles), and tourism.
- According to Eurostat data, Maltese GDP per capita stood at 88 per cent of the EU average in 2015 with €21,000.
- Health in Malta has seen improvements in recent years, with one of the highest life expectancies in Europe. Malta has a good overall quality of health and has seen rapid growth and improvement in key health indicators.
- The Maltese healthcare system consists of both public and private streams of health service facilities. The public, tax-funded channel of healthcare is free for Maltese residents at the point of service and provides a large scope of high quality facilities.
- Maltese and English are both used to teach pupils at the primary and secondary school level, and both languages are also compulsory subjects.
- Public schools tend to use both Maltese and English in a balanced manner.
- Private schools prefer to use English for teaching, as is also the case with most departments of the University of Malta. Most university courses are in English.
WHY CHOOSE MALTA ?
Invest government stock worth €250,000 or other stock/equities listed and trading on the Malta Stock Exchange.
Make a non-refundable contribution of at least € 30,000 to the State Fund of Malta, plus € 5,000 for each parent / grandparent.
Invest in one of the following options:
- Buy a property with a minimum value of € 320,000 (or € 270,000 for a property in south Malta or Gozo) and maintain it for at least 05 years; or
- Rent a property with a minimum value of € 12,000 (or € 10,000 for a property in south Malta or Gozo) and maintain it for at least 5 years.
✔️Make a non-refundable contribution of €650,000 to the Maltese Government, which is deposited in the National Development and Social Fund (NDSF):
- € 650,000 – Main applicant.
- € 25,000 – Spouse and dependents under 18 years old.
- € 50,000 – Dependents 18 to 26 years old.
✔️Invest in one of the following options:
- Purchase a property with a minimum value of € 350,000 (maintained for at least 5 years).
- Lease a property with a minimum value of € 16,000 (maintained for at least 5 years)
- acquire €150,000 worth of stocks, bonds, debentures, special purpose vehicles or other investment vehicles (maintained for at least 5 years).
Examination of records.
Prepare and submit application for permanent residence.
Go to Malta to take your biometrics and receive a permanent residence card.
Prepare and apply for citizenship.
Accept approval and make an investment.
Make a declaration in Malta and receive passport.
Why choose JA & Partners ?
JA & Partners was founded by a more-than-10-year-experience team in immigration industry. We have experienced handling difficult applications especially documents requiring financial proofing, such as the US, Australia, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean program . Our partners are global leading law firms with 100% approval, as well as 40-year-experience reputable real estate investment corporations.
Our professional and dedicated relationship management team will ensure all your requirements, support, and follow up during the application process and even when investors migrate to countries.
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