Malta is the 8th most powerful passport in the world, giving visa-free or visa-on-arrival to 186 countries.

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Malta Passport


Process Timeline

Step 1:

Initial Due Diligence & Pre-Approval

Step 2:

Client Agreement & Residence Application 

Step 3:

Secure a Residence in Malta

Step 4:

Citizenship Application 

Step 5:

Approval in Principle

Step 6:

Oath of Allegiance & Passport Application


Effective November 2020, the Maltese Exceptional Investor Naturalization (MEIN), formerly known as the Malta Individual Investor Program (MIIP), offers Maltese citizenship to individuals who contribute to the economic and social growth of Malta. The Investment is divided into three parts:

Donation to Maltese Fund

Donation of €600,000 to the Maltese National Development and Social Fund

Donation to Institution

Donation of €10,000 to a recognised Charitable Insititution

Real Estate Investment

Real estate investment of €700,000 in a qualifying property or Renting a property with an annual income of €16,000

*Additional government processing and due diligence fees apply.
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Malta Residency and Citizenship

About the Country

Malta consists of a group of islands in the Mediterranean. It is the 10th smallest country in the world, and the capital Valletta is the smallest national capital in Europe.


The people are friendly and welcoming, and Malta is a mix of modern 21st-century trends and unchanging traditions. Inhabited since about 5900 BC, it has changed hands numerous times with Carthage, Rome, Byzantium, Arabia, and Britain all possessing it at various times in its history, leaving behind traces of their heritage and culture.


Malta balances the ultra-modern with the ancient; the Ġgantija temples predate the Egyptian pyramids; on the other hand, a stint as a European capital of culture in 2018 saw an infusion of the latest trends in design and architecture.


Malta gained independence from Britain in 1964, and 10 years later became a Republic, with the President as head of state. It is a member of the commonwealth as well as of the European Union and the Eurozone and numerous other bodies.


The Maltese economy is dominated by trade, manufacturing, and tourism. Its strong financial sector saw it emerge from the Eurozone better than most member states.


From 2014 to 2016, it had the highest rate of growth in the Eurozone. In 2013, Malta began granting citizenship in return for investment.

Capital: Valletta 
Total Area: 316 Km2
Population: 436,947
Languages: Maltese, English
Currency: EURO (EUR)
Exchange Rate: 1 USD = 0.86 EUR
GDP- Per Capita (2016):USD 25, 058 
GDP- Total (2016): USD 10.95 Billion

Visa Free List

In addition to the list of countries, access is subject to variations depending on the policy of each government.



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