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Malta Visas

Generally, there are two kinds of visas:

Flying visits to Malta, for a UK resident, will not require a visa. EU and British Commonwealth residents are also exempt.

Long-term Visa

Long-term visas are granted on an annual basis by the Minister of Police. This type of visa is suitable for frequent visitors of Malta.

Work permit

Even as an EU resident, you will still require a work permit.

A work permit is granted on a year-by-year basis to professionals whom the government considers beneficial to the economy or overall wellbeing of the country.

Permanent Residents Permit

The government of Malta is keen to attract talented and entrepreneurial foreign nationals. So applying to stay on a permanent basis should not prove troublesome.

Financial ability must be proven in one of the following ways:

Minimal capital of LM 150,000 350,000 Euro (approx) 320,000 GBP (approx)

Annual income of LM 10,000 23,000 Euro (approx) 21,500 GBP (approx)

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