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The Government Agency responsible for the Malta Permanent Residence Programme (MPRP) adopts a stringent four-tier due diligence process that ensures that only individuals of good repute and standing are approved under the MPRP.
 18 Mar 2021 Admin
Whilst the legal framework of REITs differ across jurisdictions, many similarities in the way tax applies to REITs can be found in each framework.
 18 Mar 2021 Admin
The MFSA has published a publication outlining eight main areas within Malta’s asset management and servicing industry, which are expected to be impacted in case of a hard Brexit. The MFSA has also shed light on the fact that the financial industry is one of the most important sectors appearing to be affected by Brexit.
 18 Mar 2021 Admin
A second citizenship means a safeguard for the future. According to Dr Chetcuti, the steps to ensure a successful application for the Malta Citizenship by Investment is three-fold. These being, understanding the grounds for rejection, working with an immigration law firm and being open and honest with your lawyer.
Following the success of the Malta Residence & Visa Programme (MRVP) Malta launched a new permanent residence programme open for non-EU nationals. The newly announced Malta Permanent Residence Programme will grant a PR status to non-EU nationals investing in Malta from day one.
European Residence Options for South Africans
 05 Feb 2021 
By creating a single status for European long-term resident third-country nationals, the Long Term Residence Directive approximates the laws of the Member States and ensures equal treatment throughout the Union, whatever the Member State of residence.
The Malta Permanent Residency Agency periodically issues a list of countries, nationals of which or those who have close ties to with them are not eligible to apply under the Malta Permanent Residence Programme.
 25 Jan 2021 
Italian citizenship law allows citizenship in Italy to EU nationals who have lived in Italy for 4 years @ paid their taxes to Italy. Italian Citizenship.
The Maltese personal tax system is based on the key concepts of residence and domicile, not citizenship. Holding Maltese citizenship does not affect the taxation of a personal tax payer in Malta. Rather, a person is subject to tax on a remittance basis of taxation if only resident but not domiciled in Malta. In this article, Priscilla Mifsud Parker writes on the personal tax implications of acquiring Maltese Citizenship.


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