Malta Visa
& Consular
Services

We assist individuals and their families with Maltese visa applications, from initial guidance at the start of the process, through to the preparation of documents ahead of meetings with Maltese authorities.

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Register for your FREE 10-minute consultation with one of our Malta visa experts. They will discuss your options, based on your specific circumstances and will answer any questions you might have about the application process.

Applying for Maltese visas

Malta has seen a significant increase in net migration in recent years. In fact, much of the foreign community in Malta consists of British expats, settled in the country to work or enjoy retirement.

We provide tailored assistance to individuals submitting visa applications to Maltese authorities, giving them the best possible chance of having their applications accepted.

Find out more about the process of applying and how we can help, below.

Maltese visa routes

There are a number of Maltese visas open to UK nationals. Find out more about one of the most popular, below:

Malta Individual Investor Programme (MIIP)

The MIIP works in a similar way to Golden Visa schemes, whereby non-EU applicants are granted a visa in return for significant investment in the country.

How we can help

You will need to supply a range of documentary evidence in support of your Maltese visa application. This is usually submitted at a consular meeting with Maltese officials. We are experts in the collection and processing of documents for use overseas. With us, you have the best chance of having your application accepted by government authorities in Malta. Get in touch to find out how we might be able to help.

Key services you may need

Notarisation
A Notary Public is authorised to certify documents for use in foreign jurisdictions. You can find out more about notaries, here.

Legalisation
Legalisation is the process whereby the signature and seal of an authorised official, including those of a Notary Public, is checked by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). Once checked, the FCDO will issue each legalised document with an apostille – a certificate of authenticity. Find out more, here.

Easy and convenient notary services

We have offices across England, ensuring that our notary services can be accessed conveniently at a location near you.

We also provide both Standard and Premium legalisation services, depending on your timescales.

Get in touch to discuss your needs with a member of our team.

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