Malta (MIIP)

Malta Individual Investor Programme (MIIP)

Malta’s Individual Investor Programme is designed to facilitate Maltese Citizenship by Investment to non-Maltese nationals and their dependants. The MIIP is the first programme of its kind whose validity is officially recognised by the European Commission and is considered as the leading programme in the Investor Migration industry. It offers citizenship in an EU Member State that is stable, neutral and highly respected, an efficient application process, and the world’s strictest due diligence standards and vetting of applicants, hence ensuring only highly respectable clients will be admitted.

Official Name: Republic of Malta

Capital: Valletta

Region: Southern Europe, islands in the Mediterranean Sea

Official Language: Maltese and English

Surface Area: 316 km2

Population: 449,043 inhabitants (July 2018 est.)

Currency: Euro

GDP: $19,26 billion (2017 est.)

GDP per Capita: $41,900

Member Of: Member of the EU since 2004

Henley Passport Index: Ranked 7th with 183 destinations visa -free access



Full citizenship with passport is granted to the main applicant and family dependants (spouse, children up to age 26 years and parents above the age of 55 years)


Settlement rights in all the EU member countries and Switzerland


Freedom of work and study in the in Malta and the EU


Visa-Free travel access to 183 countries including EU, USA, United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, and other countries


Access to investment and business opportunities in the EU


Malta as an attractive place of good quality of life and stable political system


To be eligible for Maltese citizenship under the Individual Investor Programme of the Republic of Malta, applicants must:


make a contribution of minimum €650,000 to the Maltese Government, which is deposited in the National Development and Social Fund


lease property in Malta for a minimum value of €16,000 per annum, or purchase property for a minimum value of €350,000


acquire €150,000 worth of Government Bonds or bonds/ securities listed on the Malta Stock Exchange

The property and the bonds/securities have to be held by the main applicant for a minimum period of 5 years.

Further, the main applicant must provide proof that s/he has been a resident of Malta for a period of at least 12 months preceding the day of the issuing of the certificate of naturalization.

In addition, all applicants must be free from criminal record, fraud, malpractice, financial fraud or indemnities.


According to the Malta Individual Investor Programme Agency (MIIPA) the application process to acquire Maltese Citizenship is very stringent; taking around 12 months to complete. It starts with the submission of an e-Residence Application and ends with the issuance of a certification of naturalisation. Throughout that process, the MIIPA gives due consideration to every element of the application process, with a particular focus on due diligence.

To receive the exact timeline and procedures please request for an Initial Private Consultation by clicking on the below button.


The following cost layout gives you an idea of the estimated application costs excluding the required investment of EUR 150,000 into Government bonds and real estate investment of EUR 350,000 or EUR 16,000 p.a. lease and the Bellevue Zurich Service FeesPlease contact us to receive a personalized quote.



Family of
Three or More


€ 650,000 (MA*)

Government Due Diligence Fee

€ 7,500 (MA*)

Passport Fees

€ 500 per applicant


€ 650,000 (MA*)

€ 25,00 (SP*)

Government Due Diligence Fee

€ 7,500 (MA*)

5,000 (SP*)

Passport Fees

€ 500 per applicant


€ 650,000 (MA*)

€ 25,000 (SP*)

€ 25,000 (Dependant Aged 0  12)

€ 25,000 (Dependant Aged 13  17)

€ 50,000 (Dependant Aged 18  26)

€ 50,000 (Dependant Aged 55+)

Government Due Diligence Fee

€ 7,500 (MA*)

€ 5,000 (SP*)

0 (Dependant Aged 0  12)

€ 3,000 (Dependant Aged 13  17)

€ 5,000 (Dependant Aged 18  26)

€ 5,000 (PA Aged 55+)

Passport Fees

€ 500 per applicant

*MA: Main Applicant; SP: Spouse; PA: Parents of Main Applicant

Important Points to Consider

Applicants must provide proof that s/he has been a resident of Malta for a period of atleast 12 months preceding the day of the issuing of the certificate of naturalization.

All applicants must be in possession of a valid international health insurance policy with a requisite level of cover.

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