Malta Permanent Residency Programme – MPRP
The Malta Permanent Residency Programme (MPRP) was launched in 2015. It provides successful applicants with the right of permanent residence in Malta or indefinite leave of stay, subject to an ongoing fulfilment of the relevant requirements. It provides international investors with residency rights. These rights will apply only for non-EU / EEA / Swiss Nationals. The programme has no minimum or maximum stay requirements.
Benefits of MPRP
- You & Your Family: Right to live, work & stay indefinitely in Malta
- Education: Access to top-tier British Education & English Language School Hub
- Health Care: Access to the highly reputed health care ranked 5th globally
- Real Estate: Ease of investment in sound real estate market opportunities
- Schengen: Visa-Free travel within Schengen Area, with a right to stay in one place for up to 90 days in any 6 months period
- Citizenship by Naturalisation: Opportunity to apply for Citizenship by Naturalisation after residing continuously in Malta for 5 years and where successful, gains access to Maltese Passport & full European rights
- LGTBIQ Equality & Rights: Permanent Residence in Top EU Country for LGBTIQ Equality & Rights
- Main Applicant: 18+ of age of good repute, with a maintained capital of €500,000 for which the capital has to be maintained for up to the first 5 years only. €150,000 of the total €500,000 capital should be financial assets.
- Government contribution: €68,000 for the property purchase option and €98,000 for property rental option. The investments still have to be held for 5 years.
- Non-government organisation €2,000 donation
Rent a property worth min €12,000 /year situated in North of Malta, or €10,000/year situated in Gozo or in the South of Malta for 5 years
Buy a property worth min €350,000/year situated in the North Malta, or €300,000/year situated in Gozo or in the South of Malta for 5 years
- Government fees: Parents/grandparents government fees €7,500 per person
- Insurance: A Health Insurance policy which covers as a minimum the Maltese Islands territory