Positive Changes to Malta Residency Programme

August 10th, 2017   •   Comments Off on Positive Changes to Malta Residency Programme   

Malta Indefinite Residency Programme Updates Last month we saw some very positive changes to the Malta Indefinite Residency Programme. The changes have made the programme even more attractive than it was previously, resulting in an incredibly feasible and flexible way to achieve EU Permanent Residency for the whole family.

One of the huge attraction’s of the programme is that the age limit for dependant children has now been abolished. Children over the age of 18 can be included no matter what their age, providing they are fully dependant on the main applicant. Another positive change is that if  dependant children loose their dependency status later down the line, (perhaps due to graduation or marriage) they can still retain their Permanent Residency status. Adoptive children can also be included as well as the main applicant and spouses dependant parents and grandparents. The Malta Indefinite residency programme is an ideal option for investors looking to include up to four generations of family.

Investment starts from just €370,000, making this a very affordable programme. The total investment for this programme needs to be made up from the following areas:

  • Investment of €250,000 into government bonds, refundable after 5 years
  • Additional contribution of €30,000 to Maltese government
  • Further €40,000 in legal and processing fees
  • Purchase or rent a property. (Minimum €270,000 purchase in Gozo, or €320,000 in Malta.  Or rental of €10,000 p.a in Gozo or €12,000 p.a in Malta.)

For more details on the Malta Indefinite Residency programme, please contact our team.

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