The Maltese archipelago consists of three islands: Comino, Gozo, and Malta. With a population of over 467,000 people, it is a vibrant destination in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Malta’s strategic location attracts visitors and residents, contributing to its dynamic society. Malta also offers eligible individuals the opportunity to obtain Maltese and European Union (EU) citizenship through significant investments in the country. The program, known as the Malta Individual Investor Program (MIIP), is a modern addition to global citizenship by investment initiatives.
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In order to become eligible for this program and pass due diligence, you must:
What is the estimated processing time to get the passports?
On average the whole process should take from 12 to 36 months.
Is there a language test for Maltese citizenship?
There is no language requirement for acquiring Maltese citizenship.
Is Malta a member of the European Union?
Malta is a full member of the European Union, and citizenship in Malta allows holders freedom of movement to live and work in member states of the Schengen Area and the European Economic Area.
Can I rent out my property in Malta?
You cannot rent out your property in Malta within the minimum requirement of five years, as this is considered to be in conflict with citizenship requirements.