Unlock Malta Citizenship
for Global Freedom and Thriving Future in Europe
Don’t limit yourself
to just one passport
The Maltese passport can enhance the quality of your life drastically, that’s for sure. Explore its undeniable benefits to make your dream life come true.
180+ visa-free destinations
New home in Europe
Choosing a licensed agent is your first step. And it’s crucial
The Maltese Citizenship Act prescribes that an investor can’t apply for citizenship by themselves. Only a licensed agent can do it.
Immigrant Invest is licensed by the Maltese Government. We can act on your behalf legally and will accompany you every step of the way, from the first consultation to receiving a passport.
Frederick Ellul is our warranted advocate in Malta who will be in charge of your case on behalf of Immigrant Invest.
Why you can trust us
The Maltese Government granted their licence to Frederick Ellul, a member of the Immigrant Invest team in Malta. It means he has all the right to represent you while obtaining citizenship, as the law requires.
200+ investors entrusted us and got Maltese passports
Set a goal — and Malta citizenship will help achieve it
Visiting the USA and the UK visa-free
Artur’s children went to study at American and British universities. The family felt torn apart as they couldn’t see each other as often as they wanted to. Malta citizenship granted the family the desired mobility.
Ensuring children’s education and future
Chun Hung moved to Germany to provide the best European education for daughters. But the family learnt that becoming German citizens would take 8 years. So they opted for a faster one-year route in Malta.
Fulfilling a lifelong dream
Tigran’s idea of a dream life was becoming a winemaker and gathering all the family and friends in a cosy chateau. Surprisingly, the path to it lay through Malta citizenship with transferring a business to Europe and buying a house in France.
Gaining equality and starting a business
Born and raised in Côte d’Ivoire, Cassandra suffered from inequity. We helped obtain Malta citizenship as an investor, and a year later, Cassandra moved to the island, registered a law company and could look forward with her head high.
Securing family’s safety
An unstable geopolitical situation made Moshe look for better living conditions. Malta citizenship helped ensure his family’s well-being in a safe European country.
Journey to Malta citizenship starts with the first call
Book an online consultation with our Maltese legal team: it is free, completely confidential, and you can choose any time convenient for you.Book an online meeting
That’s what you get when choosing us:
Saving your timeWe provide a list of required documents, translate, notarize, and apply them for you
Housing in MaltaWe have a database of properties eligible for citizenship, both for purchase and rent
99% successOur Due Diligence reveals issues to eliminate them before applying for citizenship
No bureaucracyWe help to open a bank account, change tax residency, and register a vehicle in Malta
5 things you need to know about obtaining Malta citizenship
Malta citizenship for special services by direct investment is naturalisation
As any other foreigner, you must get a residence permit first. But if a general naturalisation takes at least 7 years, investors spend only 1 or 3 years to get a passport.
There are three investment conditions to meet:
- contribute €600,000 to the Malta NDS Fund;
- buy housing for €700,000+ or rent it for €16,000+ a year;
- donate €10,000 to a Maltese NGO.
The contribution depends on how fast you want to get a passport
€600,000 are contributed if applying for citizenship 3 years after obtaining residency. To cut the waiting time to 1 year, you must contribute €750,000.
You will have to pass a strict Eligibility Test
25% of citizenship applicants fail it. But our preliminary Due Diligence ensures you are fully prepared.
Your family can obtain Malta citizenship with you
A citizenship application may include your spouse or a registered partner, children, parents, and grandparents.
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Answers to frequently asked questions
You can return the money invested in purchasing real estate, e.g. at least €700,000. You can sell the property in 5 years after obtaining citizenship. Within this time, real estate will likely increase in value by 5–7%.
Yes, you can. But you’ll have to get a residence permit and live in Malta permanently for at least 7 years. You will be able to cut this timeframe to 5 years if you marry a Maltese citizen.
Other paths require having a Maltese ancestor or presidential acknowledgement of your exceptional services to the country.
Naturalisation by direct investment is a much faster path, requiring only 1 or 3 years. It can be done smoothly and hassle-free with the licensed agent’s help.
Yes, you do. You must spend a decent time in Malta after getting a residence permit to qualify for citizenship. Moreover, you will be required to complete some procedures in person, such as submitting your biometrics and taking an oath.
No, you don’t unless the country of your first citizenship requires it.
After your citizenship application is approved, you must:
- buy or rent Maltese housing of the specified value and keep it for at least 5 years;
- get or renew health insurance valid in Malta;
- follow the legal conditions and submit an Annual Compliance Form yearly within the first 5 years of citizenship.
Besides, duties to pay taxes in Malta may arise, as well as to renew your passport.
Yes, they will. In addition, you can add your dependent children under 29 in your citizenship application.