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Adler & Partners is an international consultancy firm focused on providing high net worth individuals with the ability to apply for residence and citizenship by investment programs in different countries and business setup in UAE. Our team of highly qualified experts work together as one within our global network of partners, to serve the increasing demand for second citizenships within the international community of entrepreneurs and investors.

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Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily the North African coast. It has been a member of the EU since 2004 and the Schengen zone since 2007. The Malta IIP is the first investment citizenship program of its kind to be recognized by the European Commission. Successful candidates will be granted citizenship in Malta by a Certificate of Naturalization, which can also be extended to include their families. Once a candidate is awarded Malta citizenship, they have the right of establishment in all EU countries. They also have the ability to set up business in Malta and enjoy visa-free travel to 160 countries.

Malta Citizenship by Investment Program
Minimum Investment
25 months
Become an EU Citizen
0 years
Investment Term

Secure travel freedom and the right to live, work and study anywhere in the EU through the first EU-approved citizenship Program.


Option #1

A non-refundable contribution.
To the National Development Fund.
Investment starting at €650,000.
Within 4 months of approval.

Option #2

Applicants must retain a residence.
For a minimum of 5 years.
Purchasing a property of €350,000.
Or leasing a property for 5 years.

Option #3

Before admitted for citizenship.
It is required to invest €150,000.
In approved financial instruments.
Such as bonds, stocks or debentures.

Malta Citizenship by Investment
Malta Citizenship Program


EU Benefits

Study, live and work in any of the 28 EU countries including Iceland, Switzerland and Norway.

Visa-free travel

Visa free travel to over 168 countries including Schengen States, the United Kingdom and Canada.

Tax Benefits

Special tax concessions to non-domiciled owners and tax incentives to those who reside in the country.

Family Benefits

Educational opportunities for your children. Citizenship is guaranteed for life & is passed on to generations.

Safety Benefits

Secure country that is politically stable and has a low cost of living and good climate conditions.

Dependent Benefits

Spouse and children can obtain the passport. Children under de age of 26 and parents over 55 years.

Dual Citizenship

Malta doesn't require physical residency and allows dual citizenship. Passport is valid for life.

Language Benefits

All legislation is in English and Maltese. Most companies generally conduct business in English.

Malta Citizenship Program


• Main applicant must be 18 years old and above.

• Meet the application requirements.

• Be able and willing to make the required contribution.

• Outstanding character and hold no criminal record.

• Have excellent health and a high personal net worth.

• Should undergo due diligence and gain approval.

• Certain nationalities cannot apply to the citizenship program: Afghanistan, Iran and North Korea


Step 1: Talk to Adler & Partners immigration Advisors

Our citizenship advisors will evaluate your personal circumstances and assist you in selecting investment options most suitable to you, matching the required criteria to ensure successful application. The main applicant may add dependents to a citizenship application such as his/her spouse, children under 26 years of age and parents at least 55 years of age.

Step 2: Choose investment option

In order to qualify for Malta Citizenship by Investment, the main applicant must have €1,150,000. A non-refundable part €650,000 will be contributed to the national development fund set up by the government. The remaining amount is spread between €150,000 investment in government approved financial instruments and acquisition of a property in Malta, having a minimum value of €350,000 or holding a lease of €16,000 per year.The property must be held for the duration of your residence card (minimum 12 months) and a further 5 years after citizenship has been granted. In addition, its obligatory to hold a global health insurance policy with a coverage amount of €50,000 for each family member.

Step 3: Apply for a residence card

A residence card application is submitted to get the ball rolling on the 12-month residency requirement. Physical presence of the applicant is required for biometrics to be captured.

Step 4: Prepare documents for citizenship

A detailed checklist will be provided, and you will be guided through the documents collection stage. Experienced citizenship advisers will be checking all documents for compliance to ensure all requirements are met.

Step 5: Processing of citizenship application

Each application is vetted by the Government of Malta through a thorough due diligence check, during which time submitted information is examined and verified.

Step 6: Receive Your Pre-Approval

Once the application is reviewed and the decision is made, the government will issue a letter advising you of their decision.

Step 7: Complete the investments

Transfer the non-refundable contribution amount to Malta within 20 days. Within 4 months, complete the investment into Malta government bonds, sign a 5-year lease agreement or purchase a property, extend your health insurance and provide evidence of time spent in Malta.

Step 8: Acquire the Maltese passport

Once your passport application has been reviewed by the Maltese Government and the Registry office you will be invited to visit Malta to swear the oath and collect your passport.


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