When finding the perfect place to live and work, entrepreneurs, ex-pats, and digital nomads have many factors to consider: tax rates, access to markets, quality of life – the list goes on. Malta, in particular, offers a lot to those looking to relocate.
Our immigration experts from Integritas specialise in assisting applicants with their residence endeavours in Malta by facilitating their application from A-Z, making this a stress-free and easy process for our valued clients.
Residency Services Include:
Benefits of Malta Residence Permit
Favourable Tax Rates
One of the biggest draws for entrepreneurs looking to relocate to Malta is the country’s favourable tax rates for residents. Additionally, there are no wealth or capital gains taxes in Malta. This makes it an attractive option for entrepreneurs looking to minimise their tax liability.
Access to Markets
Another reason why Malta is such a popular destination for entrepreneurs is its access to markets. Maltese businesses have access to consumers within the European Union. Additionally, companies based in Malta can benefit from trade agreements between the EU and other countries.
Quality of Life
In addition to favourable tax rates and access to markets, another draw for those looking to relocate to Malta is the country’s high quality of life. Maltese cities are clean and safe, and the climate is pleasant year-round. The cost of living in Malta is also relatively low compared to other developed countries.
When you factor in all of these factors – favourable tax rates, access to markets, quality of life – it is no wonder that more and more are choosing Malta as their home base.
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Malta Residence Permits
A residence permit in Malta allows you to live and work in the country for an extended period. The following are the different programmes through which one could obtain residency in Malta:
Malta Global Residence Programme
The Malta Global Residence Programme enables nationals of third countries — aside from EEA and Swiss nationals — who meet the criteria to gain a special tax status.
Malta Permanent Residency Programme
The Malta Residence by Investment (RBI) programme, also called the Malta Permanent Residence Programme (MPRP), allows third-country nationals (except EEA and Swiss nationals) who meet the criteria to obtain a residence permit for Malta for an indefinite period.
Malta Ordinary Residence Permit
Any citizen of the EU, EEA, or a third country who intends to stay in Malta for more than three months must apply for a Malta Ordinary Residence Permit.
Malta Digital Nomad Visa
Malta has long been known as a hub for digital nomads, and the Malta Digital Nomad Visa has only made it more attractive for remote workers. The visa allows digital nomads to live and work in Malta for up to a year and has several benefits.
Malta Startup Visa
The Malta Startup Visa is a great opportunity for startup companies to get a foot in the door. The visa allows startup founders and their families to reside in Malta and establish businesses there.