Malta Nomad Residence Permit

Retain your current employment whilst residing in Malta

Malta Nomad Residence Permit


Malta, the smallest European Union member is an island of stability with a welcoming innovative mind-set and a proven record of economic success. Malta enjoys a stable political climate and a bi-partisan political scene that is largely convergent on issues of national and economic importance. 

The country is ideally located in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea and acts as a perfect bridge between Europe and other continents. Malta has been a member of the European Union since 2004 and of the Schengen Area since 2007. The Malta Nomad Residence Permit is an attractive residence scheme available to non-EU nationals, seeking the opportunity to relocate to Malta whilst retaining the current employment abroad. The Nomad Residence Permit is thus open to individuals who can work remotely and independent of location, using telecommunications technologies. The permit will be issued for up to one year and can be renewed upon application at the discretion of the government agency.






Country Highlights

CAPITAL CITY: VallettaLANGUAGES: Maltese & English
SCHENGEN: Full Member Since 2007 & EUROPEAN UNION MEMBERCURRENCY: Euro €
TOTAL AREA: 316 km²POPULATION: 441,543
NEAREST COUNTRY: Italy, 255 kmTIME ZONE: Central European Time Zone (UTC+01:00)


Legal Basis

The Nomad Residence Permit is available to non-EU Nationals in accordance with internal policies, the EU Regulations establishing a Community Code on Visas (Visa Code) and the Immigration Act, Chapter 217 of the Laws of Malta.


Benefits

  • Fast Process (1-2 Months Processing Time)
  • Freedom to reside & work in Malta whilst keeping current employment abroad
  • Family Members may also be included
  • Maltese residence card giving visa-free access to the Schengen Area
  • High standard Educational & Healthcare facilities
  • No personal income tax


Eligibility

  • Only non-EU nationals can apply
  • Applicants must be in possession of a valid travel document
  • Applicants must earn at least € 2,700 gross monthly income
  • Applicants must hold a health Insurance policy
  • Applicants must hold a valid property rental or purchase agreement
  • Applicants must demonstrate that they can work remotely and independent of their location


Process & Timeline




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Key Contacts

Dr Jean-Philippe Chetcuti

Senior Partner, Tax & Immigration

+356 22056111
jpc@ccmalta.com

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