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Standardised Due Diligence to Improve Approval Rates

Civiquo’s standardised due diligence can help improve approval rates among residence and citizenship by investment program applicants, as well as weed out in advance those applicants that won’t qualify.

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Malta’s Economy Thrives Thanks to Citizenship Program

For the third year in a row, Malta’s economy thrives as revenues outpace expenditures in 2018. While Finance Minister Scicluna was careful to point out that it would have logged a surplus even in the absence of its citizenship by investment program, nevertheless, the MIIP can take credit for three-quarters of the positive balance. The […]

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Europe’s New Gateway for Indian HNWI

The UK has been one of the biggest recipients of migrating HNWIs over the past 30 years. However, this trend changed in 2017 when the country experienced its first major HNWI net outflow. Malta on the other hand, has evolved into being one of the most sought after countries to relocate – a sunnier and safer alternative for Indian HNWIs.

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Attractive Changes in Malta Residency and Visa Programme

Thanks to revised regulations, the Malta Residency and Visa Programme has become more flexible, allowing tailor made investment solutions to applicants.

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Brexit Impact on Expats in Malta

Although all 27 EU partners will be affected, Brexit impact will be more obvious in countries like Malta, as the two countries still share close economic ties. Brexit impact for UK expats living in Malta The main concerns that people thinking about retiring to Europe have, are around three main issues: residence, healthcare and the […]

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Malta Tax Residency for Digital Nomads

It is very important for every digital nomad to have tax residency and Malta has a very interesting tax regime, where foreign income is not taxed if it’s not remitted to the country.

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Malta, the Brain Business Leader

According to the latest report “The Geography of Europe’s Brain Business Jobs” issued by the European Centre for Policy Reform and Entrepreneurship, Malta ranked as a Southern European centre for ‘brain businesses’ companies that compete through their brain power and know-how. The report gives an overview of the various sectors where brain business jobs are […]

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Portugal’s NHR Regime Combined with Malta’s Tax Law

Portugal has actively encouraged new arrivals by offering extremely favourable tax breaks through the ‘non-habitual residence’ (NHR) regime. If you qualify for NHR, you could enjoy tax-free foreign income for the first ten years living in Portugal, may the source be pensions,rental income, capital gains on real estate, interest, dividends and non-Portuguese employment.

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