Immigration and Residence Services
At ACT we provide tailor made advice and assistance to our private clients to take up residence in Malta, both from an immigration and also from a tax perspective.
We have been granted authorization by the International Tax Unit to act as an Authorized Registered Mandatory (ARM) to assist clients in preparing and submitting their applications for residence in Malta under one of the various tax residence schemes applicable to both EU and non EU nationals.
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By virtue of Legal Notice 122 of 2021, the Residency Malta Agency (RMA) has issued the MPRP guidelines and application forms which provide international investors with the right to take up permanent residency in Malta on the basis of investment.
Our services include:
(a) Preparation and submission to The International Tax Unit of applications for residence in Malta in terms of The Malta Retirement Programme (MRP) Rules, The Global Residence Programme (GRP) Rules and The Residence Programme (TRP) Rules;
(b) Preparation and submission of the pertinent documentation to the Department of Citizenship and Expatriates of applications to take up residence in Malta in terms of Malta’s immigration rules;
(c) Advice and assistance on the best scheme to take up residence in Malta, both from a tax and also from an immigration perspective, taking into account one’s own particular needs and circumstances;
(d) Liaison with the Maltese tax and immigration authorities;
(e) Advice and assistance in connection with various immigration issues;
(f) Review of all documentation provided.
For further information please read our fact sheets by clicking on the following links.
Maltese companies are subject to tax at the rate of 35% on their worldwide income and capital gains. Malta grants various fiscal incentives to both companies and their shareholders upon the distribution of a dividend.
Malta has recently seen an increase in the number of Electronic Money Institutions (EMIs) looking to set up their operations in Malta. This has been largely due to the growth in the e-commerce and the i-gaming industries.