MALTA INDIVIDUAL INVESTOR PROGRAMME (IIP)

EU Citizenship and Residency

The government of Malta is offering Maltese citizenship (EU citizenship) to international investors who contribute to the country's economic development.

 
Maltese Citizenship by Investment may be granted under an amendment passed in November 2013 to the Maltese Citizenship Act, Chapter 188 of the Laws of Malta.

The Malta Individual Investor Programme (IIP) offers affluent persons of impeccable standing and their families and repute to be naturalized and to receive Maltese Citizenship by Investment on the basis of a contribution to and investment in Malta. The program is the first of its kind to have the approval of the European Commission.

The Maltese passport is similar to the passports of Germany, France, or any other EU country; Malta passport holders may live, work or study in any country belonging to the European Union.

International business executives, investors, and important persons who are active worldwide consider an alternative residency or citizenship and passport a powerful tool for international tax planning and a safety net should the living conditions at home become unbearable.

Malta (EU) Citizenship Program Requirements

The main applicant must be at least 18 years of age and have a clean criminal record. The main applicant may also add dependents to a citizenship application, including his/her spouse, children, and parents or grandparents.

Main applicants are required to make a Euro 650,000 contribution to the National Development and Social Fund. The contribution for a spouse and minor children is Euro 25,000 each. The contribution for dependent parents over 55 years of age and dependent children between 18 - 26 years of age is Euro 50,000.

In addition, the applicant is required to (a) invest Euro 350,000 into Malta real estate, or (b) lease a Malta property for at least Euro 16,000 per year, for a minimum of five years. The real estate may be liquidated after the five year holding period.

Further, the applicant is required to purchase Euro 150,000 in Government approved securities to be held for at least five years. The securities may also be liquidated after the five year holding period.

NOTE: No contribution or investments need to be paid to the Maltese government before the final approval is issued within four months from IIP application. This ensures your investments will only become due if and when your application is approved.

The timeframe for application processing and issuance of the passport can be short as six months if the applicant has already met the one-year residency requirement.

Please use our contact form to obtain a detailed cost estimate.


Malta (EU) Residency Program Requirements

The main applicant must be at least 18 years of age and have a clean criminal record. The main applicant may also add dependents to a residency application.

A) Malta Residency for Non-EU Citizens: Malta Residency and Visa Program (MRVP)

The Malta Residency and Visa Program (MRVP), also known as the "Malta Golden Visa", the MRVP leads to residency (meaning the permission to live in Malta as long as desired), visa-free travel to all European countries within the Schengen area, and the option to apply for a Malta work permit.

This program requires a one-time investment and does not need to be renewed each year. The processing time is about 90 days.

    • Permanent Residency in 3 months
    • Certificate of Permanent Residency for life
    • Family members included
    • No minimum presence required
    • No worldwide tax, remittance basis only
    • Option to apply for work permit
    • Schengen Residence Card
    • Visa-free travel within Schengen


The MRVP program offers two investment options. The first option is a financing package at a one-time, non-recoverable expense of EUR 160,000 plus EUR 10,000 annual property lease for 5 years (a property purchase is also acceptable). This expense covers all government, financing, and legal fees. The benefit of this option is a lower upfront cash payment.

The second option is a bond investment which can be sold after a 5 year holding period. The total cost for this option is EUR 250,000 for the bonds (refundable) plus EUR 30,000 government contribution plus EUR 10,000 annual property lease for 5 years (a property purchase is also acceptable) plus legal fees which depend on how many family members are to be included. The benefit of this option is a lower overall cost because the investor may sell the bonds after 5 years.


B) Malta Residency for Non-EU Citizens: Malta Global Residency Program (GRP)

The Global Residency Program offers residency in Malta (meaning the permission to live in Malta as long as desired), visa-free travel to all European countries within the Schengen area, and the option to apply for a Malta work permit.

Residency status under the GRP program needs to be renewed annually to avoid expiration. This program is desirable especially for applicants who only require temporary EU residency status.

    • Permanent Residency in 3 - 4 months
    • Family members can be included
    • No minimum presence required
    • No worldwide tax, remittance basis only
    • Option to apply for work permit
    • Schengen Residence Card
    • Visa-free travel within Schengen


The annual expense, a minimum tax, to renew residency is approximately €15,000. Further, the applicant is required to rent a residence (house or apartment) at an annual lease of no less than €8,750 (a property purchase is also acceptable). Thus, the total minimum expense to renew the GRP permit each year is approximately €24,000.

NOTE: Neither the MRVP nor the GRP residency program automatically lead to EU citizenship, nor do these programs result in receiving a European passport. However, residents may apply for Malta (EU) citizenship after living in Malta for five years. The application may be approved or rejected entirely at the discretion of the minister and the department in charge. There are no guarantees that approval will be granted.


C) Malta Residency for EU Citizens: The Ordinary Residence (OR) Program

The Ordinary Residence Program requires the applicant demonstrates financial self-sufficiency, which is defined as having available funds of at least EUR 14,000 for a single person (EUR 23,000 for married couples). Further, the applicant must purchase or lease a property in Malta. There is no minimum property value requirement. Benefits include the freedom to reside and work in Malta, visa-free Schengen travel, and fast processing (6-8 weeks). Family members can be included.

D) Malta Residency for EU Citizens: The Residence Program (TRP)

The Residence Program requires applicants to declare they do not spend more than 183 days in any other jurisdiction outside of Malta. The tax rate on income brought into Malta is 15% (annual minimum tax: EUR 15,000). Further, the applicant must purchase or lease a property in Malta with a minimum property value of EUR 275,000 for property in Central/North Malta (or EUR 220,000 for property in Gozo or South Malta). Candidates may alternatively opt for rental of property at EUR 9,600 (or EUR 8,750 per year in Gozo/South Malta). Benefits include the freedom to reside and work in Malta, visa-free Schengen travel, fast processing (3 – 4 months), and a 15% flat rate tax on income remitted to Malta. Family members and domestic staff can be included.

Please use our contact form to obtain a detailed cost estimate.


Why Malta?

Malta is a stable, neutral and respected member of the European Union since 2004 and part of the Schengen Area since 2007. The country enjoys a stable political climate and a bi-partisan political scene that is largely convergent on issues of national and economic importance. Malta has weathered the financial crises well and shared the limelight with Germany as the only two states maintaining economic growth in the Euro Zone. Malta's banks have been ranked amongst the top 5 soundest banks in the world.

Malta is a safe country that enjoys a low cost of living index. Multiple cultures live side by side in peace and harmony.

The Island offers a rich, contemporary cultural lifestyle, temperate climate and fascinating history. Malta is also a state of the art financial and business hub due to its competitive tax system and offers significant advantages to foreign entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals and investors seeking an attractive yet safe business environment.

For the last two decades Malta has enjoyed solid and constant growth in its financial services industry and is fast becoming the jurisdiction of choice to international corporate groups seeking an ideal hub from which to do business within the EU, Middle East and North African markets.

Citizenship under the Individual Investor Programme grants the European passport and all benefits of full EU citizenship. This means access to all investment opportunities in Malta and throughout the 28 European Union countries, as well as visa-free travel to more than 160 countries in the world, including the USA, Middle East, Africa, Asia, and most countries in North, Central and South America.

Our Qualifications

Our team consists of immigration specialists working exclusively on Citizenship & Residence matters and will stand by your side throughout the entire application process, from start to finish. We will work with you until your residence or citizenship by investment application has been approved and you have received your residence certificate or Malta (EU) passport.

In addition to immigration law our associates are providing advisory services to clients including high net worth individuals, owner-managed businesses, and larger corporations in the areas of company formation and tax law.
 

Services Provided:

   • Advising you on your chances of success before filing your application;
   • Providing you with pre-immigration legal and tax advice;
   • Guiding you with the preparation of supporting documentation;
   • Vetting and preparing all supporting documentation for submission;
   • Corresponding and liaising with government authorities on your behalf during the application process;
   • Application progress updates.

Additional Services (if needed):

   • Handling applications for work permits, uniform residence permits, HNWI and GRP residence permits;
   • Legal and notarial representation on purchase, rental and re-sale of property in Malta (including AIP permits);
   • Coordination of architectural surveys & planning applications, referral to leading interior designers;
   • Personal and corporate international tax planning;
   • Dealing with all periodical tax matters including annual returns and tax payments;
   • Drawing up of wills, international probate;
   • Administration of estates, foundations, trusts;
   • Advice on the formation & management of trading & holding companies in Malta;
   • Yacht registration under the Malta flag & VAT planning.


Next Steps:


Step #1: Contact Us. Please use our contact form to receive a detailed cost estimate for you and your family. There is no fee for this initial consultation.

Step #2: Document Preparation.
Should you wish to proceed with an application, the immigration attorney assigned to your case will prepare your application file and collect all supporting documents. The completed application is then submitted to the Maltese government, and you receive your Residency Card. This step can be as fast as 1 - 3 weeks.

Step #3: Application Processing.
The Maltese government now reviews the application and conducts background checks. This step can take up to four months to complete.

Step #4: Compliance Period.
The applicant now has up to four months to submit proof of health insurance, rent or purchase property, submit the contribution and fulfill the securities investment requirement.

After the applicant swears an Oath of Allegiance and completes his/her residency the Maltese government will issue the Certificate of Naturalization. The applicant can now receive the Maltese (EU) passport.


If the applicant has already been a resident prior to filing an application he/she can obtain the Maltese passport as early as six months. This makes the Malta IIP program one of the fastest options for international investors looking to obtain EU citizenship.

Please contact us to receive a detailed cost estimate or to schedule a confidential consultation.  Our associated attorneys are ready to assist you with attaining your investment objectives and answer any questions you might have about the Residency / Citizenship by Investment programs available to non-EU citizens.





 
Malta Investor Program

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

 
The following are questions frequently asked about the visa/citizenship program. If you don't find your answers here, please contact us at your convenience.

Q: What are some of the reasons the Malta residency / citizenship by investment programs are attracting so many international investors?

A: Many international business executives, investors, public figures, VIPs, and affluent citizens of other countries consider an alternative residency or citizenship and passport a powerful tool for international tax planning and a safety net should the living conditions at home become unbearable.

Applicants realize that the Maltese residency/citizenship provides several benefits, including:
   • Visa free travel to over 160 countries, including the USA, Canada, and Europe
   • Retirement in a safe country with a warm climate
   • A better education for the applicant’s children
   • Children and grand children gain visa free travel and the right to live, work, or study in many countries
   • A better quality of life for the family, including better healthcare and an unpolluted environment
   • Relatively low real estate prices
   • Personal security
   • Tax advantages
   • Freedom associated with having multiple passports



Q: What is the minimum investment required to obtain the Malta citizenship (EU citizenship)? Who will receive these funds?

A: Applicants are required to make a contribution directly to the Maltese Government's National Development and Social Fund.

The contribution is set at 650,000 Euro for the main applicant, 25,000 Euro for a spouse and each minor child under 18 years of age, and 50,000 Euro for each dependent parent over 55 years of age and each dependent child between 18 - 26 years of age.

In addition, the applicant is required to (a) invest 350,000 Euro into Malta real estate, or (b) lease a Malta property for at least 16,000 Euro per year, for a minimum of five years. The real estate may be liquidated after the five year holding period.

Further, the applicant is required to purchase 150,000 Euro worth of Government approved securities to be held for at least five years. The securities may also be liquidated after the five year holding period.

NOTE: No contribution or investments need to be paid to the Maltese government before the final approval is issued by the government. This ensures your investments will only become due if and when your application is approved! Our associated attorneys will advise you of the probability of success prior to submitting your application to protect you from filing an application (and making any investments) that might be rejected. 

Please use our contact form to receive a detailed cost estimate including legal fees.



Q: How will new citizens be taxed?

A: Taxation in Malta is based on domicile and residence – not citizenship. Obtaining Maltese citizenship does not automatically cause the applicant to acquire a new domicile. Becoming a citizen of Malta does not have to have any tax consequences!

Tax residents of Malta who are not domiciled in Malta are taxable on a remittance basis. This means they are not taxable on foreign source income (income not received in Malta), nor on any capital gains arising outside Malta.

Tax is due only on income and capital gains arising in Malta. A non-resident citizen of Malta is only taxable in Malta on income generated in Malta.

Other Tax Considerations:
   • No inheritance or death taxes
   • No estate duty
   • No net worth or wealth taxes
   • No municipal taxes, rates or real estate taxes



Q: Will my citizenship expire?

A: No. When you acquire citizenship under the Maltese citizenship program, you and your family enjoy full citizenship for life, which can be passed on to future generations by descent.



Q: Do I need to move to Malta or live in Malta for a minimum number of days during the year to qualify for the program?

A: Applicants do not need to move to Malta or live in the country for a full year to satisfy the one year residency requirement. Instead, an applicant can meet the requirement by proving a genuine link with Malta as evidenced by, for example, a minimum of two visits within the year, or showing water and electricity bills, or having a club membership, engaging in any business activity in Malta, or similar. Our attorneys will assist you to be in full compliance with Maltese regulations.



Q: What is a "genuine link"?

A: The Maltese Citizenship Programme as approved by the European Commission is based on establishing a ‘genuine link’ between the applicant and Malta.

Applicants do not need to move to Malta or live in the country for a full year to establish a genuine link. Acceptable criteria to establish a genuine connection with Malta include having a local mobile phone, donations to charity, membership of a local club or professional body, business activity, as well as any involvement in philanthropy.

Our attorneys will obtain advance written approval from the Maltese government to ensure your proposed genuine link with Malta will be accepted.



Q: Approximately how long does the application process take until I am granted citizenship?

A: The IIP application process takes approximately four months to process. If the applicant has already been a resident prior to filing an application he/she can obtain the Maltese passport as early as six months.

Upon submitting the Residence Application, the main applicant and his dependents (optional) are provided with an E-Residence document which is equivalent to a Schengen Visa, grating borderless travel to all Schengen countries.

The approximate timeline is as follows:

Week 1 - 3: Document Preparation. The attorney prepares the application file and collects all supporting documents. Applicant receives the Residency Card. The completed application is submitted.

Week 4 - 20: Application Processing.
The Maltese government reviews the application and conducts background checks.

Week 21 - 36: Compliance Period.
The applicant submits proof of health insurance, rents or purchases property, submits the contribution and fulfills the securities investment requirement. 

Naturalization.
 Upon application approval the Maltese government issues the Certificate of Naturalization to the applicant and any dependents, subject to the Oath of Allegiance and one year residency. Passport are issued.
 
IIP processing timeline



Q: What is the difference between the Individual Investor Program (IIP), the Global Residence Program (GRP), and the Malta Residence and Visa Program (MRVP)?

A: The Malta Individual Investor Program (IIP) offers applicants a fast track to the European citizenship and the European passport in return for a one-time investment. For the main applicant the minimum one-time cost under the individual investor program is approximately €880,000.

The Maltese Global Residence Program (GRP), on the other hand, offers applicants to become a resident of Malta, free travel to all European countries within the Schengen area, and the option to apply for a Malta work permit. However, this permit needs to be renewed annually to avoid expiration. The GRP does not lead to EU citizenship, and it does not result in receiving a European passport. The annual expense (recurring minimum tax) under the global residence program is approximately €15,000 excluding legal fees, and the applicant is required to either purchase local real estate valued at no less than €220,000 or rent local real estate at an annual lease of no less than €8,750. Thus, the total minimum expense to renew the GRP permit each year is approximately €24,000. Processing can be as fast as three months.

The Malta Residence and Visa Program (MRVP) , also known as the Malta Golden Visa, leads to residency, but has no recurring minimum tax - which makes this program preferable especially for long-term residents and retirees. The MRVP program requires a property purchase of no less than €270,000 EUR (or a property lease at no less than €10,000 per year for five years). The program further requires a non-refundable one-time cash contribution of €30,000 and an investment of €250,000 in government bonds to be held for a minimum of five years. If the bonds are financed, the total investment is reduced to approximately €170,000.

This program leads to residency in as little as three months from application start, but it does not lead to the Maltese (EU) citizenship and passport.

 

Global Residency Program
(GRP)

Malta Residence and
Visa Program (MRVP)

 Minimum Tax

EUR15,000

Zero

 Tax Rate

15%

0% - 35%

 Property Purchase

Central/North EUR275,000
South/Gozo EUR220,000

Central/North EUR320,000
South/Gozo EUR270,000

 Property Rental

Central/North EUR9,600
South/Gozo EUR8,750

Central/North EUR12,000
South/Gozo EUR10,000

 Minimum Stay in MT

Zero

Zero

 Official Application Fee

EUR6,000

Zero

 Contribution

Zero

EUR30,000

 Bond / Shares Investment

Zero

EUR250,000 for 5 years (or EUR100,000 if financed)

 Dependants

Spouse, Children up to 25 years, brothers, sisters and parents
(If financially dependent)

Spouse, Children up to 26 years
+ Parents & Grandparents

(if financially dependent)



These cost estimates are exclusive of government application and attorneys fees and will vary based upon the number of family members to be included by the main applicant. Please contact us for a detailed quote.



Q: Can you help me find suitable real estate in Malta?

A: Yes. We are associated with licensed real estate agencies and developers in Malta and can help you find an ideal property that fulfills the program's real estate investment requirement.

Our professional relationships and local presence in Malta guarantee to our clients a smooth, comprehensive service that includes identifying suitable properties, providing transport for property viewings, drafting/reviewing legal contracts, and/or liaising with local notaries and architects as needed.

When you decide on a property for purchase we can arrange for a Power of Attorney to appear on your behalf without the need for you to come again to Malta for the signature of any necessary contracts.



Q: How soon can I sell my Malta real estate?

A: The IIP program requires property to be held for five years. After this period, property in Malta can be sold completely exempt from tax if it has been held for three years as the resident’s sole and ordinary residence. If the property is sold before having been used as the resident’s sole residence for three years, a final property tax of 12% is chargeable on the selling price.



Q: Do I need to invest in a Malta company and create jobs to qualify for the program?

A: No. Unlike other programs such as the EB-5 Investor Visa in the United States, Malta has no requirements to invest in a business or create new jobs.



Q: Will the Malta citizenship automatically grant me European citizenship?

A: Yes. Because Malta is a member of the European Union its citizens are automatically European citizens, which means you are allowed to live, work or study anywhere in Europe.

However, please note that the total number of citizenships (total number of passports) the Maltese government has made available under this program is limited! If you are ready to file an application please contact us for additional information. 



Q: Can you help me with finding a job?

A: Sorry, the immigration by investment programs were developed by the government to attract high net worth individuals, business owners, VIPs and other individuals with the financial means to support themselves and the local economy. Please note: New citizens do not need any work permission; they may work in any of the EU member countries. New residents may apply for a Malta work permit, but would need to find their own employment opportunities.



Q: Can you help me get a tourist or a student visa?

A: Sorry, we cannot assist with tourist or student visas. However, if your intent is to file an application for residency or citizenship we may assist with the initial travel visa to schedule an in-person appointment at our offices.



Q: What are the major differences among the various immigration by investment programs?

A:  The Bulgaria Citizenship by Investment Program provides the applicant with several investment options starting at EUR 185,000 for European citizenship and passport after five years in residency status. The "fast track option" starts at EUR 270,000 and shortens this period to only 18 months.

The Cyprus Citizenship by Investment Program provides the applicant with several investment options starting at EUR 2,0 million for immediate European citizenship and passport. The entire citizenship application process can be as fast as 90 days.

The Greece Golden Visa allows non-EU applicants to file for Greek residency by way of a EUR 250,000 investment in local real estate. The applicant may file for Greek citizenship after seven years of permanent residency.

The Malta Individual Investor Program provides the applicant with European citizenship in return for a non-refundable donation to the Maltese government in the amount of EUR 650,000 plus a EUR 150,000 investment in approved securities and an investment in real estate. The IIP application process can take between six months and two years to complete. For applicants who are only seeking Malta residency and Schengen travel benefits, options start at an annual recurring expense of EUR 24,000. 

The Monaco Residency / Citizenship Program allows applicants to file for Monaco residency by proving access to sufficient accommodations and financial self-sufficiency. The applicant may file for Monaco citizenship after ten years of permanent residency.

The Portugal Golden Residence Permit Program requires an investment of EUR 350,000 in real estate, or the transfer of 1 Million Euro, or the creation of 10 new jobs in Portugal. After six years of Portuguese residency, citizenship can be applied for.

The Spain Golden Visa requires a EUR 500,000 minimum investment in real estate, or a 1 Million Euro asset transfer, or a 2 Million Euro securities investment, or the creation of a new government-approved business project in return for Spanish residency. After 10 years of residency the applicant may file for citizenship.


Outside of the EU, citizenship by investment programs include those offered by Canada, the United States of America, and the Caribbean nations of Antigua & Barbuda, St. Kitts & Nevis, Grenada, Dominica, and St. Lucia:

Canada offers several residency by investment options, leading to citizenship if desired, starting at CAD 200,000.

The United States EB-5 Program leads to permanent residency status and citizenship in the United States for a minimum investment of US-Dollar 500,000 in a commercial enterprise in the U.S. that generates at least 10 jobs for Americans. After five years as a permanent resident the investor may apply for U.S. citizenship.

The Caribbean nations of Antigua & Barbuda, St. Kitts & Nevis, Grenada, Dominica, and St. Lucia offer citizenship programs requiring a cash contribution of at least US-Dollar 100,000.



Q: What does "Schengen Area" mean?

A: The Malta citizenship allows you to travel without restrictions across the "Schengen Area" of the European Union. The Schengen Area is a group of 26 European countries that have abolished passport and immigration controls at their common borders. It functions as a single country for international travel purposes, with a common visa policy. Source: Wikipedia



Q: Will I be able to travel to the United States with the Malta passport?

A: Yes. The Malta passport will allow you to travel to the U.S. under the visa waiver program which allows citizens of participating countries to travel to the United States without a visa for stays of 90 days or less. Source: U.S. Government


Please contact us for a detailed cost estimate or confidential consultation.  Our associated attorneys are ready to assist you with attaining your investment objectives and answer any questions you might have about all of Malta's Residency / Citizenship by Investment programs.
 




 
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If you prefer to meet in person in Malta please indicate when you will travel to the country so that we may coordinate a time and date convenient for you.

To schedule a meeting at our associated firms' worldwide offices in Canada (Montreal or Vancouver), in the USA (Los Angeles), or in the EU (Austria, Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom) please send us an email and indicate your preference. 

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Our immigration associates are working exclusively on Citizenship & Residence matters and will stand by your side throughout the entire application process, from start to finish. The team will work with you until your residence or citizenship by investment application has been approved and you have received your residence certificate or passport.

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I am interested in the Individual Investor Program (IIP) Malta IIP - Citizenship Program
Live, work, or study in any EU member country. Visa-free travel to more than 160 countries in the world.
 offering the European citizenship and passport at a minimum one-time investment of approximately €880,000.
 
I am interested in the Malta Residence and Visa Program (MRVP)Malta MRVP - Residency Program
Live, work, or study in Malta. Visa-free travel to EU member countries.
 "Golden Visa"offering Malta residency and European travel benefits at a minimum one-time investment starting from approximately €170,000.
 
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Live, work, or study in Malta. Visa-free travel to EU member countries. Must be renewed each year.
 offering Malta residency and European travel benefits at a minimum recurring expense of approximately €24,000 per year.
 
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Zenturo Ltd

Zenturo Ltd. is a global professional services firm, offering strategic advisory services to businesses and high-net-worth individuals worldwide. The firm assists clients with Management Consulting, Global Marketing & Strategy, Real Estate Investing and Immigration Law. If you are a law firm or immigration consultant interested in a cooperation please use our standard contact form

The firm is an approved introducer under the Malta Individual Investor Program (IIP).

Our associated attorneys are Accredited Persons - licensed Authorized Registered Mandatories (ARM) - as required by Identity Malta, the official Maltese government entity appointed to manage the country's immigration by investment programs.

Our associated real estate agents are highly experienced in working with immigration-by-investment clients who are seeking to fulfill the program's real estate requirements.

Please contact us to receive additional information about the Malta Individual Investor Program to obtain European citizenship, the Maltese Global Residency program (GRP) to obtain Maltese residency, or if your require assistance in the handling of legal and tax matters relevant to the structuring of personal wealth or international commercial interests.
 

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