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Malta Citizenship by Investment
Malta is one of the hidden gems of the Mediterranean. The sun kissed European hotspot offers plenty of charming seaside towns and historical cities to explore alongside its shimmering blue seas, including its UNESCO-listed capital city Valletta and the medieval stronghold Mdina. Having been a strategic naval base for centuries, history oozes from the country’s every pore. Archaeological wonders and historical sites are scattered across the island, dating back as far as 6,000 years. Having a fascinating past, Malta has become a popular scuba diving destination and boasts a flourishing nightlife scene.Malta enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot summers. Rainfall usually occurs within the winter months, while the summer months remain largely dry. Among all European capital cities, Valletta enjoys the warmest winters with average temperatures of around 16°C in the daytime.
Malta is one of a handful of European countries offering a citizenship by investment programme that is both highly respected and expedient. Known as the Malta Individual Investor Programme (Malta IIP), the Programme is the first European citizenship by investment programme to be recognized by the European Commission. The programmewas designed for ultra-high net-worth individuals wishing to obtain full rights of citizenship in an EU country.
APPLICATION FOR MALTESE CITIZENSHIP GUIDELINES :
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and in good health
One must pass the “fit and proper test” showing no criminal record.
Only stellar applicants are granted naturalization and Malta conducts thorough due diligence to ensure that.
Spouses, children below the age of 18, unmarried children between the ages of 18 and 26 and dependent parents may also be included in the application
The National Development and Social Fund- Applicants must make a minimum contribution of €650,000, plus a €25,000 contribution for any spouse and minor children, and a €50,000 contribution for any dependent children aged between 18 and 26 and any dependent parents above 55 years of age.
Real Estate- Applicants must also commit to retaining a residence in Malta for a period of at least five years, either through the purchase of a property, for which the minimum value must exceed €350,000, or through the leasing of a property, for which the minimum annual rent must exceed €16,000.
Government-Approved Financial Instruments- Finally, applicants must make an investment of €150,000 in Government-approved financial instruments, such as bonds or stocks, which must be maintained for a minimum period of 5 years.