There were changes to the Malta Residence and Visa Programme as per Legal Notice 189 of 2017 as below:
 

  • Additional EUR5000 non-refundable contribution per parent or grandparent of the main applicant or of the spouse at application stage
  • EUR30,000 contribution fee now covers main applicant, spouse and the children of the main applicant and/or the spouse
  • Age limit (27) for unmarried, economically dependent children was waived off. Moreover, children of the main applicant and/or spouse, will not lose the residency rights on their 27th birthday, or if they become economically active or get married. Option to obtain residency for their suppose and direct dependants is also available (subject to EUR5000 non-refundable administration fee per person and successful due diligence check)
  • The requirement for the main applicant and his/her dependants to spend outside of Malta a period that exceeds either six consecutive months or an aggregate period of ten months in any four-year period from the appointed day was removed. The main applicant and dependants will be eligible to apply for long term residence
  • The main applicant may include children born or adopted after the approval date (subject to EUR5000 non-refundable administration fee per person and successful due diligence check)
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