Introducing Malta’s Indefinite Residency Scheme

March 16th, 2017   •   Comments Off on Introducing Malta’s Indefinite Residency Scheme   

Malta Indefinite ResidencySince the Hungarian Government recently closed it’s residency scheme, we have received many enquiries from investors looking for a similar option. La Vida recommends that clients who missed the Hungary deadline to turn their attention to Malta.

The Maltese Indefinite Residency programme offers international investors permanent residency in exchange for a total investment of just €370,000. This scheme is very flexible and highly comparable to Hungary with some added benefits.  Along with dependent children up to the age of 26 years old and dependent parents, Grandparents can also be included. This is rare for many of the other  European investor visa programmes.

The programme requires the following investments to be made:

  • €250,000 into government bonds for 5 years
  • €30,000 contribution to the government
  • €40,000 processing and legal fees
  • €10,000 p.a for 5 years rental agreement or property purchase of €270,000

Like with any investor visa scheme, we would like to remind you that governments can end the programmes at any time, like they did in Hungary. If you are seriously considering an investment, time is of the essence.  Contact our experts today if you would like to proceed or need further information.