In today’s world, mobility is vital. Be it for personal or business reasons, being able to move from one country to another without restrictions freely provides priceless peace of mind. Be it for your children’s education, better standard of living, work opportunities or simply easier holiday making, second citizenship or residence can unlock such opportunities for you and your family.
As a firm providing services to a large international community of clients, we assist in providing such peace of mind. Our expertise in various immigration, relocation and retirement programmes, complemented by a suite of support services from the other departments within our firm, provides a holistic approach to migration.
The IIP is one of the most trusted and sought after citizenship programmes in the world. With a very high passport ranking, Malta, as an EU member, offers free movement and settlement in all the European member states together with visa-free access to more than 182 countries worldwide.
As one of the top accredited agents with the Malta Individual Investor Programme Agency (MIIPA) we assist with the whole process of applying under the IIP. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about Malta Citizenship by Investment Program here.
The MRVP is an equally sought after residence programme which provides permanent residence in Malta, as the only country in the world which is a member of the European Union, the Schengen Area and the Commonwealth of Nations.
A residence in Malta under the MRVP allows for an indefinite stay in Malta for all the qualifying family, together with lifetime access to the Schengen countries.
As one of the top accredited agents with the Malta Residence and Visa Agency (MRVA) and the Middle East Official Concessionaire appointed by the Government of Malta we assist with the whole process of applying under the MRVP. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about Malta Residency and Visa Program here.
The GRP is a tax status programme aimed at the global traveller who might not have a fixed place of tax residence. Individuals who qualify under the GRP Rules are taxable at the rate of 15% on foreign source income remitted to Malta with the possibility to claim double taxation relief. A physical residence permit in Malta can also be linked to a GRP application.
As an Authorised Representative Mandatary (ARM) with the International Tax Unit, we assist with the whole process of applying under the GRP. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about the Global Residence Program here.
These rules confer a special tax status to EU/EEA/Swiss nationals. Individuals who qualify under the RPR are taxable at the rate of 15% on foreign source income remitted to Malta (remittance basis of taxation) with the possibility to claim double taxation relief, subject to the minimum annual tax liability of Eur15,000.
As an Authorised Representative Mandatary (ARM) with the International Tax Unit, we assist with the whole process of applying under the RPR. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about The Residence Programme Rules (RPR) here.
Over the years Malta has attracted a large number of multinational businesses in target industries of financial services, aviation and remote gaming. Recognising the need of owners of these businesses to have trusted qualified personnel to occupy certain positions within their operations, Malta has introduced the Highly Qualified Persons Rules.
Under these Rules tax on income received by a beneficiary under a ‘qualifying contract’ of employment in respect of activities carried out in Malta, shall be charged at a flat rate of 15%.
We assist with the whole process of applying for such a status. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about the Highly Qualified Person Rules here.
The attractiveness of business setups in Malta has prompted an increased requirement of skilled personnel across all industries. Identity Malta, which is the entity responsible for work permits in Malta, introduced a programme entitled ‘The Key Employee Initiative’ (KEI). The aim of the KEI is to facilitate and fast track the application process to highly-specialised third-country nationals who seek employment in Malta.
We assist with the whole process of applying for the KEI. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about the Key Employee Initiative (KEI) here.
Third-country nationals wishing to work in Malta are required to submit an application for an employment licence to the Employment and Training Corporation (ETC). They are also required to apply for a residence permit (residence card) at the Department for Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs for the said authorization. While the Malta work visa application shall be submitted by the third-country national, it has to be endorsed by the employer/prospective employer.
We assist companies with the whole process of applying for a single permit. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about the Malta Work Permits here.
The Government of Malta has launched a Programme providing a special tax status for EU/EEA, Swiss and Third Country nationals, with the exclusion of Maltese nationals, who are in receipt of a Widow’s/Widower’s Benefit or Pension from the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, under certain established conditions.
Individuals, who qualify for the said special tax status under the stipulated terms and conditions shall benefit from an exemption on pension or a Widow’s/Widower’s Benefit of which at least 40% must be received in Malta. Successful applicants shall also benefit from a reduced tax rate of 15% on income arising outside Malta and which is remitted to Malta with the added possibility to claim double taxation relief. Meanwhile, any Income or Capital Gains arising in Malta are taxable at a flat rate of 35% with the exception of transfers of Immovable Property situated in Malta and for which a Final Withholding Tax is applicable.
As an Authorised Representative Mandatary (ARM) with the International Tax Unit, we assist with the whole process of applying under these Rules. This includes but is not limited to:
Learn more about the United Nations Pensions Programme Rules here.
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