Introducing Malta

A European standard of living within a Mediterranean setting

Malta has been a member of the EU since 2004, and of the Schengen Area since 2007. It enjoys a stable political climate with a low risk of financial instability.

The Residency Programme offers great advantages to individuals and families seeking to operate throughout the European Schengen Area. The Maltese Government is pro-business, and creating a company in Malta is straightforward. Its legislation and tax system are amongst the most favourable in Europe.

Residency extends to children of any age as long as they are not married, not working and financially

dependent on their parents.

Alongside Cyprus, Malta has the lowest violent crime rates in Europe. Combined with a laid back lifestyle, proximity to the sea and 300 days of sunshine, it is an extremely attractive location.

English is an official language of Malta (alongside Maltese), and is widely spoken. All government forms and documents are produced in English, as well as road signs, restaurant menus, and other important information.

Capital city: Valletta

Languages: Maltese, English

Visa free countries: 26 (Schengen Area)

Currency: Euro €

Total area: 316 km²

Population: 460,297

Nearest country: Italy, 80 km

Time zone: Central European (UTC+01:00)

Take the first step to a future where you are truly free.


Eric G. Major

“I’ve spent the past 25 years helping private clients to successfully relocate around the world. A second residency or citizenship can seem like a big undertaking, but we’ll be by your side to provide the guidance and support to make the journey enjoyable and stress-free.”