Updated: December 13, 2021 | 4 minute read

    Second citizenships are rapidly becoming more popular. Over 20 countries now offer citizenship by investment programme (mostly around Europe and the Caribbean). Though the initial target were high-net-worth individuals, these programmes have become a gateway for all foreign nationals and families to grab great opportunities.  

    Getting a second passport allows individuals to invest, bank, travel, live and do business in other countries. Through investment programmes, applicants can invest in real estate and other sectors depending on the country’s requirements and obtain second citizenship not just for themselves but also their dependents. 

    In today’s constantly changing economy, more and more investors strive hard to make the best financial decisions for a better lifestyle. Why not consider second citizenship to be that investment?  

    Why get a Second Citizenship

    Why, you ask? As passports are not just mere documents for identification, acquiring a second one means accessing more countries, cultures, and opportunities. Invest in a broader world, and maximise the benefits of second citizenship, including 

    Malta Naturalisation for Exceptional Services by Direct Investment 

    Choosing the right country is an important factor when deciding upon your second citizenship . Each country has its benefits, depending on the applicants’ lifestyle, business and other determining factors. As for Malta, the Maltese Citizenship by Naturalisation for Exceptional Services by Direct Investment, previously known as the Malta Citizenship by Investment Programme, offers business, travel, settlement and family security.  

    The Malta Citizenship by Naturalisation is a certificate or regulations permit granted to highly talented high-net-worth individuals and their families who contribute to its economic development. With this programme, applicants can obtain residency in Malta, leading to citizenship by naturalisation. Applicants have two investment options:  

    1. Apply for citizenship after one year (12 months) of being a resident of Malta with the contribution of €750,000 payable to the government of Malta  
    2. Apply for Maltese citizenship after three years (36 months) of being a Maltese resident with the contribution of €600,000 

    The granting of Citizenship for Exceptional Services regulations is limited to a maximum number of 400 successful applicants per year, capped at 1,500 for the complete regulations. Are you ready to be one of the programmes’ successful applicants? 

    Our team can guide you to gain your second citizenship in Malta.