CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT MALTA投资入籍马耳他
Malta’s Citizenship by Investment route, now known as the Maltese Citizenship by Naturalisation for Exceptional Services by Direct Investment, is aimed at ultra-high net worth individuals. Individual investors must make a minimum contribution of €600,000 to the national development fund set up by the government and prove 36 months of residency. Alternatively, there is an expedited route which requires a contribution of €750,000 and evidence of 12 months residency. Investors must also contribute €50,000 per each additional dependent included in their application. In addition to the contribution, investors must also invest a further €700,000 into residential real estate or enter into a rental agreement at a minimum value of €16,000 p.a. which must be maintained for five years. A compulsory donation of €10,000 to a registered philanthropic, cultural, sport, scientific, animal welfare, or artistic non-governmental approved organisation or society is also required.
The benefits after one to three of years residency are citizenship and a Maltese passport. This in turn grants European citizenship with the ability to live, work and study anywhere in the EU.
The Malta Citizenship by Investment Programme offers considerable benefits for those who spend a period of residency in Malta to acquire naturalisation. The Maltese passport is one of the strongest in the world for visa-free travel and Maltese Citizenship means not only residency in Malta but citizenship within Europe allowing the holder of Maltese citizenship and their family to live and work anywhere within the European Union.
· Strong passport offering visa free travel to 198 countries and territories worldwide强大的护照提供免签证旅行到全球198个国家和地区
· Citizenship of the EU. Ability to live, work and study anywhere within the European Union欧盟公民身份。 有能力在欧盟的任何地方生活、工作和学习
· Strict Due Diligence vetting which ensures only the highest quality of successful applicants严格的尽职调查审查，确保只有最高质量的成功申请人
· Low-cost permanent residency within Europe在欧洲的低成本永久居住权
· Full family including children and grandparents完整的家庭，包括孩子和祖父母
· Visa-free travel throughout Europe欧洲免签旅行
The combination of a second passport with your existing passport is often overlooked when deciding on a citizenship by investment programme. Your own passport will already have its own visa-free travel list. Anything you add with a second passport should complement those destinations. “Doubling up” with the same visa-free destinations offers no real benefit. The GSI GROUP Passport Investment Report will analyse your personal combination and which passport fits best. It not only considers the number of destinations, but those which suit your travel profile needs and your existing passport. Perhaps GDP is relevant to you as you undertake a lot of business travel or maybe Travel Popularity is important for leisure and vacations?
Malta’s Citizenship by Investment route, now known as the Maltese Citizenship by Naturalisation for Exceptional Services by Direct Investment, is aimed at ultra-high net worth individuals. Investors must make a minimum contribution of €600,000 to the national development fund, plus a compulsory donation of €10,000 to a registered non-governmental organisation, plus lease a property for a minimum value of €16,000 p.a for five years. Additional legal fees and costs also apply.
The Maltese Permanent Residency Programme (MPRP) grants permanent residency rights to international investors who make a government contribution of €98,000, plus a mandatory charitable donation of €2,000 to a Maltese registered NGO, plus application fees. Asides from the initial contributions, applicants will also need to enter a property rental agreement for a minimum of €10,000 p.a. for five years. The programme offers a stable, low-risk investment route to gaining a residency visa in an EU Schengen country. There is also no minimum stay requirement for residency.
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Malta is a highly educated country with one of the best knowledge and technology bases in the world and Europe, due to its strength in technology, mathematics and engineering, as well as certain scientific fields.
The 12-year compulsory education is universal in Malta, and free compulsory education is available to anyone under the age of 16.
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No, there is no requirement for the principal applicant to come to Malta.
After five years clients no longer need to keep eligible investments or eligible properties.A capital of €500,000 and/or an annual income of €100,000 would not need to be retained.Nevertheless, he or she needs to provide us with a suitable address in order to re-issue the appropriate residence card.He or she will also need to keep his/her own health insurance and his/her dependent applicant's health insurance, and he/she and the dependent applicant will need to meet the departure time requirements.
Can an adult subsidiary applicant who has a job and obtains the minimum wage that does not meet his or her living needs be counted as being financially dependent on the main applicant?
After the divorce, the spouse of the main applicant will lose the right of abode.
In our opinion this can be done, but naturally this will lead to the suspension of identity. The customer will automatically lose his / her identity for his / her sale of bonds, coupons and non-compliance with the lease agreement. The reverse is also true, which means that if he / she relinquishes his identity, he is not obliged to fulfill these obligations.
You can only go to the Schengen country, and you can stay for 90 days out of 180 days.
Permanent residence in Malta cannot grant applicants any right to work. All applicants need to apply for a work permit, and if they are in other Schengen countries then they need to apply for work in accordance with local laws.