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Malta Work Permit


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The Republic of Malta is a small country in the Mediterranean (Southern Europe), is an EU (European Union) member state and consists of and archipelago of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino.
Types of Visas in Malta
Malta offers a variety of visas for foreign nationals, including tourist visas, business visas, and visas for medical purposes. Foreign nationals who intend to travel to Malta to work have a few options when it comes to visas:
Short-Stay Visa, or C Visa: 
The short-stay visa is a type of Schengen visa, which  allows foreign nationals to enter multiple countries within the Schengen area. This visa is available in three forms to accommodate single entries, double entries, and multiple entries. The C visa allows the holder to remain in Malta for up to three months regardless of how many entries are allowed.
National Long-Stay Visa, or D Visa: 
The D visa allows foreign nationals to stay in Malta for more than three months. This is the visa foreign employees will need to live and work in Malta for an extended period of time. Individuals who are traveling to Malta to study will need a D visa as well. In addition to a long-stay visa, foreign employees will need a work permit. In Malta, this permit is known as an employment license.
Is it easy to work in Malta?
Malta’s laidback lifestyle and perma-summer vibe make the country an attractive option for relocation and the booming economy here means that finding a job is easier than ever. … Malta continues to offer a good escape from the economic challenges of some other EU states as it has very low unemployment. The Maltese are very hospitable and the vast majority speak English well.
Who needs work Permit to work in Malta?
Residents of EU/EFTA nations and their nearby members, regardless of whether the last are not EU or EFTA (Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland) residents, don’t need any business licenses to work in Malta. Every other national, originating from non-EU and non – EFTA nations, and who are named as Third Country Nationals (TCNs), must present a single permit application to have the option to work and live in Malta.
Where to apply for  visa to Malta?
You must file your visa applications at Malta’s diplomatic missions or its representations only if Malta is your main destination.
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  • Travel visa-free to other Schengen countries for up to 90 days in a 180-day period

  • You can sponsor your family

  • Free Medical care and Social security as per the civil law

  • Eligible for Permanent Resident Card in 5 years

  • Upon getting EU passport, you are able to travel, live, work and study on the territory of any Schengen zone country such as Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden etc

Initial requirements to process Malta Work Permit 

  • A valid passport with at least two blank pages

  • A copy of the applicant’s CV

  • Visa page or resident ID copy in the current country of residence. 

  • Education documents is mandatory for only regulated occupations

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