The Malta Individual Investor Program leads to citizenship in Malta if you make a contribution of EUR 650,000 to the Government of Malta and invest EUR 150,000 in approved stocks or bonds.
Malta is part of the European Union, and Citizenship of Malta provides the right to live and work in the entire European Union.
- Make a non-refundable contribution of EUR 650,000 (plus EUR 25,000 per family member) to the Malta National Development and Social Fund
- Invest EUR 150,000 in approved securities for a period of five years
- Maintain a qualifying place of residence in Malta
- Maintain Global Health Insurance for you and your entire family
|1||Identity Malta performs background checks on Investor and family members.|
|2||The Investor acquires residence in Malta and applies for Residence Permit.|
|3||The Investor applies for Citizenship one year after approval of Residence Permit.|
|4||The Investor makes the non-refundable Contribution and Financial Investments.|
|5||The Investor and accompanying family members arrive in Malta to swear Oath of Allegiance and receive passports.|
Investment and Fees
The Investor makes a non-refundable contribution of EUR 650,000 (plus EUR 25,000 per family member) to the Malta National Development and Social Fund. In addition, the Investor invests EUR 150,000 in a Financial Portfolio to be held for at least five years.
|Concessionaire Fee||EUR 125,000||Paid to Government Authorized Company that handles Application Processing|
|Property Rental Costs||EUR 16,000 per year||Paid Annually for six years|
|Due Diligence Fees||EUR 7,500 per adult||Paid to Identity Malta along with the Application for Citizenship|
|Passport Fee||EUR 3,000||Paid only by the Investor and accompanying spouse when PR Visas are ready|
|Health Insurance||EUR 10,000 – 20,000 per year||Paid Annually to Insurance Company|
Note: You will incur additional costs and fees, including but not limited to costs of document collection, communication, traveling, translation, bank charges, etc.