Seamless Relocation to Malta

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In today’s globalised world, the demand for relocation services is on the rise, with individuals and businesses exploring new horizons in different countries. Malta, a dynamic European hub, has emerged as a top choice for relocation, offering a vibrant mix of history, picturesque landscapes, and a thriving corporate sector. At the forefront of facilitating smooth and stress-free relocations to Malta is Sciberras Advocates, a legal team with expertise in immigration law.

Malta: A Prime Destination for Skilled Professionals

Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta has become a magnet for skilled professionals seeking a unique blend of career opportunities and quality of life. Boasting a robust economy and a welcoming environment, the island nation provides various relocation options for individuals looking to make the move.

Sciberras Advocates: Your Partner in Seamless Relocation

At Sciberras Advocates, we take pride in our in-depth knowledge of immigration law, specialising in residence and relocation programs tailored to meet diverse needs. Here’s a glimpse of the programs we offer:

Nomad Residence Permit

Ideal for remote workers, the Nomad Residence Permit offers a one-year residence permit, renewable for up to three years. This program allows individuals to retain their current employment based outside of Malta while legally residing in the country. To qualify, applicants must earn a minimum gross yearly income of €32,400 (updated to €42,000 as from 1st April 2024). Read more about this here:

Global Residence Programme (GRP)

Designed to attract non-EU, EEA, or Swiss nationals, and who are not long-term residents. Individuals benefitting from this programme are not precluded from working in Malta, provided they satisfy the requisite conditions for obtaining a work permit.

Key Employee Initiative (KEI) Single Work Permit

Offering a fast-tracked service, the KEI Single Work Permit is tailored for highly specialised Third Country Nationals aiming to be employed in Malta. Qualifying candidates must hold the necessary qualifications and receive an annual gross salary of at least €35,000.

Specialist Employee Initiative (SEI) Single Work Permit

Catering to highly skilled third-country nationals, the SEI Single Work Permit is an accelerated service for individuals who may not be eligible for the KEI initiative. With relevant academic, vocational, or technical skills, applicants must secure an annual gross salary of at least €25,000.

A Comprehensive Approach to Relocation

Sciberras Advocates adopts a comprehensive approach to relocation services, addressing the diverse needs of individuals looking to change residency in Malta. Whether through residence permits, specialised programs, KEI Single Work Permits, or SEI Single Work Permits, our team ensures a seamless transition to your new life on the island of Malta. If you’re considering relocating to Malta for career growth, as a digital nomad, or a change of scenery, Sciberras Advocates is your trusted partner in navigating the complexities of immigration law. With our expertise and tailored relocation programs, we strive to make your journey to Malta a smooth and rewarding experience. More information about our relocation services, click here.

This article is for information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.

Article written by Ms Charlene Sciberras, B.A. (Hons), guest writer, is a marketing and business administration specialist with a special focus on corporate, accounting, and legal matters.

Sciberras Advocates founded by Dr Adrian Sciberras, is a law firm based in Malta. The firm prides itself to be multi-disciplinary, innovative and flexible in order to meet the changing times and any challenges in the local and international legal scenario. No matter what private or corporate complex demands are called for, Sciberras Advocates offers practical and cost-effective legal solutions to achieve your desired results. You may reach Sciberras Advocates by phone on +35627795222 or via email on [email protected].

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