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Relocation Services

Relocation services refer to a range of services that help individuals or businesses move from one country to another with the aim of making the process smoother and less stressful.

Malta, a thriving European hub for businesses has opened its doors to skilled professionals, and Sciberras Advocates is here to make your relocation seamless and hassle-free. Malta, nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, offers a unique blend of rich history, beautiful landscapes, and a booming corporate sector. With a strong economy and a welcoming atmosphere, Malta has become a prime destination for individuals to relocate through various options.

At Sciberras Advocates, we pride ourselves on our expertise in immigration law, with a particular focus on residence and relocation programmes such as:

Nomad Residence Permit – provides a one-year residence permit to Third-Country Nationals, renewals for up to three years, that enables holder to retain their current employment based outside of Malta, whilst legally residing in Malta. This type of permit is open to individuals who work remotely and earn a minimum gross yearly income of €32,400.

Global Residence Programme (GRP) – designed to attract individuals who are not nationals of the EU, EEA, or Switzerland 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 – provides a fast-tracked service to highly-specialised Third Country Nationals who are looking to be employed in Malta. The scheme will facilitate the issuing of work/residence permits if they hold the necessary qualifications and will be offered an annual gross salary of at least €35,000 per annum.

Specialist Employee Initiative (SEI) Single Work Permit – provides a fast-tracked services to highly skilled third-country nationals, who may not be eligible for the Key Employee Initiative, but who hold the relevant academic, vocational or technical skills in line with their employment offer in Malta. The scheme will facilitate the issuing of work/residence permits if they hold the necessary qualifications and will be offered an annual gross salary of at least €25,000 per annum.

 

Our comprehensive approach to relocation services caters to individuals seeking to change residency in Malta through the residence permits, specialised programmes, KEI Single Work Permit and SEI Single Work Permit. 

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