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Residency

The Malta Residency programs give the opportunity to non-European Nationals and their families to settle in Malta. Being a resident means that the person has the legal right to live, work, travel or study in a country.
 

Complete Guide to Malta Residence by Investment

As more people are willing to move countries for better opportunities and stability;
Second Residency and Citizenship by Investment programs are gaining popularity among the rich or those that want to be.
 
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Featured Articles

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10 Things To Consider About A Second Residency

In 2019, one finds themselves in a world of opportunities.
 
For some, opportunities mean job prospects or better education for your children. It can also be the opportunity to live in a more stable economic environment for your business to thrive.
 

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Top 4 Ways to Acquire Maltese Residency

Malta has triumphantly proved itself as the new hub for progress with stability. 

Becoming a Resident of Malta can prove to be valuable for you and your family in many ways. But the important question which arises is, How can you become a resident of Malta?

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Other Articles

Malta Global Residence Program for 2019

Malta Global Residence Program for 2019

The global residence program grants special tax status in Malta, Maltese residence permit to holders and the possibility of double taxation relief.

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Malta Residency and Visa Program

Malta Residency and Visa Program

The MRVP can grant you and your family the right to reside, settle and stay indefinitely in Malta. It is done by issuing you with a lifetime Permanent Residency Certificate together with a Malta residence card.

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What is the difference between Domicile and Residence

What is the difference between Domicile and Residence?

Ever wondered what the difference between domicile and residency is? Find out here as we clear up the common confusion from our team of experts.

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Further Information

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Obtaining a Second Residency

The terms “residency” and “citizenship” refer to legal status in relation to a particular jurisdiction. Although the terms are often thought to be similar, the legal statuses are obtained differently and grant individuals particular rights and duties, in relation to the state for which they are residents or citizens.
 

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Malta Retirement Programme Special Tax Status

Malta Retirement Programme Special Tax Status

On 28th September 2012, the government of Malta launched a special tax status for EU/EEA and Swiss nationals with the exclusion of Maltese nationals, who are in receipt of a pension, as defined, provided that certain conditions are met.

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United Nations Pensions Programme Rules, 2015

The Government of Malta has launched a programme providing a special tax status for EU/EEA, Swiss and third-country nationals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As official concessionaires chosen by the Government of Malta to promote the Malta Residence and Visa Program in the Middle East, our team of professionals are available to discuss any queries you might have with regards to the program. We have listed some frequently asked questions below, however, please feel free to reach us to us by sending an email to info@wahaat.com and we will be more than happy to answer any specific questions on a more personal level.