No, there is no minimum length of stay requirement.
Yes the Beneficiary may add dependents at a later stage as per the Legal Notice. A €5,000 non-refundable administration fee per individual applies to parents and grandparents of the Main Applicant of spouse.
Yes. It is €27.50 for a one-year time period per person. Hence a card valid for 5 years carries a fee of €137.50 per individual.
In the case of a divorce, the Spouse of the Beneficiary will lose residency rights. This might also effect the Spouse’s children whose other biological parent is not the Beneficiary and who would have been included as Dependents under the said Application. Each case will be assessed on its own merits.
Our legislation does not impede her from submitting an application as a Main Applicant, supported by a Benefactor.
Yes, there can be a Benefactor under the MRVP.
The required documents for a Benefactor are the following:
– Form MRVP2, in the name of the Benefactor, fully completed (all sections including the Source
of Funds and Wealth Part);
– Part A of form MRVP 4, in the name of the Benefactor;
– 3-month Bank Statements for the Benefactor’s account from which the funds for the MRVP application will be remitted (i.e., transferred to Identity Malta);
– Certified true copy of all valid International Passports of the Benefactor (ALL pages);
– Evidence of Current Employment (if applicable);
– Evidence of Business Ownership (for business owned in part or in whole by the Benefactor);
– Sworn declaration that the Benefactor will fund the MA’s MRVP application and all the related financial obligations, and will also provide the MA with stable and regular resources.
– Form MRVP6 and a copy of the bio-metrics data page attached at the end of the Form.
– Police Certificates from the Benefactor’s country of origin, his current residence and any country he/she has lived in for a period of over 6 months in the past 10 years.
The Main Applicant should still complete Form MRVP2 in its entirety and provide a 3-month bank statement of his/her personal bank account.
Yes, however these should be in the name of the Main Applicant as specified in L.N. 288. If in order to satisfy this requirement, the benefactor will be transferring the amount to the Main Applicant, documentary evidence of this transfer such as deed of gift or sworn declaration, and evidence of the bank transfer must be submitted with the application.
By legal definition, the answer is no. A dependent has to be economically inactive at the time of submission of application. He/she may seek employment thereafter.
The Residency Card cannot be renewed through a Maltese Embassy.
This may be the same General Medical Practitioner who filled in Part A of MRVP3. However, it could be a different Medical Practitioner.
Yes, as long as the certificate is signed, dated and stamped by the Medical Practitioner. The Medical Practitioner should also include his/her professional license number, where applicable.
The wording is at the discretion of the GP/Medical institution.
In order for the Main Applicant to use his Company’s Bank Account, the following documentation would be required:
– Board resolution authorizing the Main Applicant to transfer funds from the Company Bank Account for the MRVP Application
– Certificate of Incorporation, Shareholder Register and Register of Directors for the Company
– 3 months bank statement for the company account from which the funds will be transferred.
Please note also that the 3 months bank statement for the Main Applicant’s working bank account is still required.
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