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MRVP Update 2

L.N. 156 of 2020, entitled the Malta Residency Visa Agency (Establishment) (Amendment) Order, 2020 has come into force with the scope of introducing a new system of distribution of applicationsamongthe ApprovalsBoard.This has been done primarily to help with ensuring that each Approvals Board is assigned an equal number of cases, with the said assignment to be carried out by theChief ExecutiveOfficer of the Agency.An Approval Board shall be composed of a Chairperson and four (4) other members all appointed by the Minister responsible for the public administration.The members of the Approvals Board shall upon appointment, hold officeforaperiodofthree(3)years,and may be re-appointed,…
MamoTCV
30th April 2020
Immigration & CitizenshipNews

MRVA Update

The Malta Residency Visa Agency (MRVA) will be moving into new premises with its first day of operations from the new offices being Monday 4th May, 2020. The MRVA's new offices will be located at:Malta Residency Visa Agency Zentrum Business Centre Mdina Road, Qormi QRM 9010, Malta. This move is in keeping with the Agency's efforts to offer the best possible services to its Agents and applicants. Covid-19 measures remain in place and the same system of depositing files and documents will still stand. Naturally one must expect that some delays in communication and processing will be experienced while the…
MamoTCV
30th April 2020
Immigration & Citizenship

Malta Residence & Visa Programme: 2018 Amendments

Investment migration in Malta has increased exponentially over the last 4 years; due in part to the introduction of the Malta Residency and Visa Programme (MRVP). The MRVP was introduced in 2015 to offer yet another competitive immigration option. Since its inception, the MRVP has been updated twice; with the 2017 amendments helping to further consolidate the legislation, whilst those amendments enacted in 2018 focused on widening the programme's investment criteria.Originally, the MRVP programme required the main applicant to pay an economic contribution of €30,000, with €5,500 being non-refundable and payable at application stage with the remaining amount becoming due…
MamoTCV
18th October 2018
Immigration & Citizenship

Malta Residence & Visa Programme: 2018 Amendments

Investment migration in Malta has increased exponentially over the last 4 years; due in part to the introduction of the Malta Residency and Visa Programme (MRVP). The MRVP was introduced in 2015 to offer yet another competitive immigration option. Since its inception, the MRVP has been updated twice; with the 2017 amendments helping to further consolidate the legislation, whilst those amendments enacted in 2018 focused on widening the programme's investment criteria.Originally, the MRVP programme required the main applicant to pay an economic contribution of €30,000, with €5,500 being non-refundable and payable at application stage with the remaining amount becoming due…
MamoTCV
18th October 2018