Malta has both a Residency and Citizenship by Investment Program to choose from.
The Malta Citizenship by Investment Program was the first Citizenship Program to be approved by the European Union
Located south of the Italian island of Sicily between Europe and North Africa, Malta is an archipelago of islands with a strategic position which helped develop itself as a trading hub and leading port for freights and containers.
Malta has been occupied by Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians and Arabs and most recently by French and Britain. Independence from Britain was gained in 1964. Malta joined the European Union in 2004.
Malta is a popular holiday destination made up of beautiful beaches, numerous fortresses and megalithic temples. Major destinations visited within Malta include Valetta, St Julians, Mdina, Gozo and Comino. Tourism is the country’s main source of income.
Maltese politics have a parliamentary system with a democratic representative framework. The President of Malta is the constitutional head of state and the Prime Minister is the head of Government and the Cabinet having most control over the direction of the Maltese Government.
The Malta Residency by Investment Program is written into Maltese law through an amendment passed in August 2015 to the Maltese Immigration Act, Chapter 217 under the Laws of Malta. This lead to the framework for the enactment of L.N. 288 of 2015 which states that the program allows for affluent persons of impeccable standing and repute to receive Maltese residency on the basis of a contribution to and investment in Malta.
Please see investment options below for both Maltese Citizenship and Residency by Investment
Capital and Largest City:
USD $ 11.2 Billion
316 sq km (122 sq miles)
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