Through the Individual Investors Program, you can live your dream with a
dual citizenship even when you are not living in Malta.
Malta is on par with some of Europe’s largest states due to its economic and political stability. The Maltese economy’s key components include education, port services, call centres, pharmaceutical products, IT, and tourism. It is a place that has it all for personal consideration; vibrant culture, rich history, great weather and unique food adaptations with North American and European influences.
Zero communication and language barriers with 88% of its population as English-speaking individuals, with Italian and Maltese, also used.
CRITERIA FOR MALTA CITIZENSHIP
Main applicants must make a $650, 000 contributions to the Maltese government
Dependents under 25 and spouses contribute $25, 000
Parents above 55 and children between ages 18 and 25 contribute $50, 000 each
Also, could an applicant make a $150, 000 government bonds purchase and purchase a $350, 000 property. The applicant could also lease a property for a five-year term worth $16, 000 p.a.
besides is the sunshine rate among Europe’s highest with an annual sunshine period of 3, 000 hours. Its location on Europe’s southern tip allows you to be in major European cities with a short flight.
One of the main attractions though why a Malta citizenship is sought after is its attractive tax system. it is one of the world’s leading financial centres with a well-educated and skilled workforce, but industry growth keeps the unemployment rate one of the lowest
The Malta IIP Individual Investors Program was launched in 2014 for high net worth individuals. This European Union country with its growing economy, bi-partisan, stable political scene, and the sound banking system is an enticing provide for citizenship-seekers.
ADVANTAGES OF BEING A MALTA CITIZEN
High-quality free education
High-quality free healthcare
Schengen and EU freedom
Property investment in Malta
A stable political system
Tax planning benefits
Maltese citizens can travel to 168 countries globally which include the US, UK, and CA
No taxation on global income
The World Health Organisation rated Malta as one of the top five best healthcare systems worldwide and this is funded through taxation and national insurance. Specialist treatments, childbirth, pregnancies, prescriptions, and hospitalisation are state-funded. The same goes for high-quality education with the publicly funded University of Malta.