The Malta Residency Visa Programme
This program page is sponsored by GICG
PROGRAM TYPE: Residence
TOTAL INVESTMENT RAISED: US$150-200M
TOP APPLICANT NATIONALITY: Chinese
See the official website of the government entity responsible for processing applications to the program.
The official list of companies and individuals licensed to submit applications to the government under the program.
A list of frequently asked questions about the Malta IIP, along with answers.
Statistics on this program
No statistics available for this program.
Recent articles about this program
The new rules mean a single applicant, choosing to rent on Gozo, could obtain a residence permit in Malta for a non-refundable EUR 150,000.
The new regulations would, at once, both make the MRVP more economical for the applicant and more profitable for the government of Malta.
Why Malta’s IIP and RVP Should Allow Participants to Own Investments Indirectly, Through Trusts or Foundations
Why deny MRVP/MIIP investors the possibility of segregating their investment migration assets, ask Davinia Cutajar and Charlotte Attard.
Investment financing has the potential to catapult investment migration from UHNWI luxury product status to the much greater mass affluent market.
Malta’s Golden Visa Has Received 1,600 Applications, But Backlog is Growing Due to Agents’ Sloppy Filing
Some 1,000 applications remain unprocessed due to missing documentation. To tackle the backlog, the MRVA will no longer accept incomplete applications.
Mizzi takes over reins at MRVA as Cutajar leaves to pursue new ventures in the private sector.
Kylin Prime GroupSponsor The Malta Residency and Visa Regulations have been amended to extend the list of qualifying investments. The
Malta’s Residency Visa Programme (MRVP), Europe’s youngest – but already thriving – golden visa has received more than 1,000 applications
Investment Migration Insider spoke to Roderick Cutajar, head of the Malta Residence Visa Programme, during the 2018 Investment Migration Forum in
Launching only in 2016, the Malta Residency Visa Programme is off to a roaring start and continues to gain momentum