Malta Permanent Residency

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Malta is a forward-thinking microstate steeped in tradition. It boasts a strong history of outreach and trade that saw it become a strategic stronghold under, to name a few, the Romans, the Arabs and Normans, before finally emerging as an Independent state. The lasting influence of its many foreign rulers has left Malta with a rich heritage, particularly the capital city of Valletta, which garnered UNESCO’s World Heritage status in 1980 and was named the European City of Culture in 2018.


  • The right to reside indefinitely in Malta
  • EU residence Card gives Visa-free travel within Schengen Area
  • Allows GRP holders to work in Malta
  • No minimum physical presence required to maintain their status

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  • Central Mediterranean
  • 316 km²
  • 460,297
  • Subtropical Mediterranean
  • GMT +1
  • Republic
  • Valletta
  • Tourism, Trade, Manufacturing
  • Roman Catholic
  • Maltese, English
  • EUR (Euro)
  • 6.6%
  • 182
  • 12 months

Investment Options

  • Acquiring a property for no less than €290,000
  • Renting property for not less than €12,000 per year for 5 years
  • Should the property be situated in Gozo or in the South of Malta, the purchase value should be no less than €270,000
  • Should the property be situated in Gozo or in the South of Malta, the rental value should be no less than €10,000 per year for 5 years

Application Process

Step 1:

  • The client signs a Client Engagement Agreement with ROC Citizenship
  • The client makes their first Payment of ROC Citizenships’ professional fees

Step 2:

  • All required documents for the application are compiled and legalised
  • The clients’ file is prepared to the highest standard for submission

Step 3:

  • Due diligence checks are undertaken by international organizations
  • A final application review is conducted and approved
  • The client attends an interview in Malta with local officials

Step 4:

  • Letter of Intent is issued

Step 5:

  • The client is now cleared to make their investment (purchase/rental of property)
  • Letter of Approval is issued

Step 6:

  • The client receives their E-Residence Card


  • The main applicant must be 18 years of age or older
  • Full medical report
  • Clean criminal record report
  • Proof that the applicant has been a resident in Malta for at least 12 months preceding the issuance of the certificate of naturalization
  • Proof that the applicant holds title to a Maltese residential property
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