Advices in Malta

Advice #240

How to get permanent residence in Malta?

Malta does not provide permanent residence for indefinite period. However, foreign nationals wishing to emigrate to the island can get the citizenship of the country. It is provided solely on the basis of contributions and investment in the Malta's economy. There are several options for the size and format of such contributions: at least EUR 150 thousand in stocks, bonds, secured debt obligations of the...

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24 July 2015 1659
Advice #239

How to get a residence permit in Malta?

Malta does not provide a residence permit in the usual sense. Instead, the foreigners can apply for long-term resident status. It is provided for five years. Global Resident Program (GRP), designed exclusively for the citizens of those countries that are not EU members has been in place in Malta since 2013. It provides an opportunity to obtain the resident status to people who have bought property on the...

Malta 
24 July 2015 1536
Advice #238

How to register a company in Malta?

The most common types of business in Malta private company limited by shares and individual entrepreneurship. In the first case, you will have to spend a lot of time on paperwork, but it's worth it, because the conditions of doing business on the island are the most favourable. To register a private company, you need to join one of the business programs operating in Malta, apply for registration of the...

Malta 
24 July 2015 1538
Advice #237

How to get a mortgage in Malta?

As regards the mortgage loans, many Maltese banks are conservative and prefer to avoid dealing with the foreigners. However, some are ready to provide loans to customers without a Maltese citizenship. You should use the services of financial advisors to choose the appropriate bank from the list of those who work with the foreigners. The foreigners can apply for a mortgage loan at a rate of 80% (in some...

Malta 
24 July 2015 1455
Advice #236

How to issue a debit card in Malta?

Maltese banks issue debit card simultaneously with the opening of the current or savings account. It can be obtained free of charge at the bank department or yoy can order home delivery for an extra charge (EUR 10-20 depending on the bank). No minimum deposit is required for the issue of debit cards. Debit card servicing in Malta is fairly cheap - EUR 7-10 per year. Some banks (for example, Banif) do not...

Malta 
24 July 2015 1502
Advice #235

How to choose a bank in Malta?

Malta is an international banking centre and a real financial hub of the entire Mediterranean. Banking activities are regulated and controlled by the Malta Financial Services Association (MFSA). The Central Bank of Malta heads the entire banking system of the island. Malta has opened many banks, including international representative offices. The oldest and largest banks in Malta are considered to Bank...

Malta 
24 July 2015 1748
Advice #234

How to open an account in Malta?

Maltese banks spend a lot of effort to attract customers. Many of them have a variety of package offers. In addition, local banks often introduce their own incentive systems: some "tie" travel and other types of insurance to the accounts, offer discounts for accommodation in partner hotels, shopping in partner shops, etc.Local bankers are favourably disposed to opening of accounts by the foreigners. It is...

Malta 
24 July 2015 2782
Advice #226

What to do if your wallet or purse with cash and cards has been stolen in Europe?

So the quest for a visa has been done - tickets to Europe have been purchased. Hooray! We hope the material from Banks.eu, dedicated to all the details of this quite complicated process was helpful in this. But getting a visa, Schengen or national, single- or multi-entry, it is in every sense only the beginning of your journey, which can be full of other obstacles as well. What to do if your wallet or...

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Advice #225

How to apply a visa in Europe

Europe is one of the most popular tourist destinations for Russians tourists. Just for the last year, 5.7 million citizens of Russia visited the European Union, and in general according to the Central Bank data, the Russians spent on foreign travels about $50.3 billion. There are a lot of questions about visa receiving for a trip to Europe, including: what kind of visa, how to apply the visa and how much is...

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