Golden Visa Program Malta – MRVP

The Golden Visa Program of Malta offers any non-EU/EEA nationals residency and free move within the Schengen area.



Right to reside, settle or stay in Malta, indefinitely & to apply for a work permit

Free move

Free move around the countries in the Schengen Area.

Cost of Living

Live in a country with a moderate cost of living


Access to high level / top-tier British Education & renowned English Language Schools

Health care

Access to highly reputed health care ranked 5th globally

Real Estate

Ease of investment in sound real estate market opportunities


3 months

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Conditions To Apply


You’re required to make a non-refundable contribution of €30,000 that each approved applicant must make.

Buy Or Rent a Property

You’ll need to either purchase or rent a property. Below are the conditions for each respectively


Purchase a property for not less than €320,000. Should the property be situated in Gozo or in the South of Malta, the value should not be less than €270,000.


Rent a property for not less than €12,000 per annum. Should the property be situated in Gozo or in the South of Malta, the rental value should not be less than €10,000 per year


Invest €250,000 in a qualifying investment

Clean Criminal record

You should not be an individual listed with INTERPOL and has never appeared before an international court

Income or Capital

You must be in receipt of annual income of €100,000 arising outside Malta. Or have a capital of not less than €500,000

Health Insurance

You must have a health insurance covering the Schengen Area. The insurance must be procured by a company licensed in Malta. Or by and international reputable company.

Government Fee

A one-time non-refundable registration fee amounting to €5,500 is levied by the Malta Government, which is considered as part of the contribution of €30,000.

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You have questions. We've Got Answers.

All non-EU citizens are eligible to apply?

“All nationals are eligible, excluding nationals from Afghanistan and North Korea. In the future, applications from other countries may also be excluded in accordance with Government policies.”

Can parents or grand-parents of the Main Applicant be applied for as dependants?

“Yes. A parent or grandparent of the Main Applicant or of his/her spouse, who proves to the satisfaction of the Minister that he/she is not economically active and is principally dependant on the Main Applicant, is eligible as a dependant. If a grandparent is being applied for as a dependant, proof that shows the link between the grandparent and the Main Applicant/spouse has to be provided (such as for example a ‘family-tree’ through birth certificates of the Applicant/spouse, the birth certificate of the respective parent, and then the grandparent).”

Can the Beneficiary add dependants at a later stage?

“Yes the Beneficiary may add dependants at a later stage however, the exact terms and conditions are still under review.”