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Find information about VISA requirements and residence permits

How to Apply for a Residence Permit in Malta

You can only apply for a residence permit in Malta to the Department for Citizenship and Expatriates Affairs, which is in Valletta. Somebody else can present the application form for you, but you will

Malta Visa Options for Expats – What Do I Need?

An Expat planning for a move to Malta every so often anticipate their move to the relaxed sunny charm lifestyle of Malta’s island. However, moving to Malta involves more than simply remembering the
Who Needs a Malta Work VISA?

Who Needs a Malta Work VISA?

Am I Obliged to Take a Maltese Work Visa? Just like in every country across the world, you need to find out whether a work permit is required in Malta. Some conditions may exempt you from a work permit which is based on your type of work and nationality.

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