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Malta Retirement visa

Non-EU nationals can stay in Malta for a maximum of five years under the Malta Retirement Program, during which time they can take advantage of all the country's amenities, such as a pleasant environment, a laid-back way of life, and an affordable cost of living. The process is relatively straightforward and requires individuals to prove they have a form of regular income such as a pension or annuity, and to pay a fee. Additionally, applicants must undergo a medical examination and attend an interview with the Ministry for Home Affairs. With its stunning scenery, relaxed vibes, and attractive retirement options, Malta is an ideal destination for those looking to settle down in retirement.


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Low cost of living

The cost of living in Malta is quite low in comparison to other European nations...
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Tax benefits

Malta has a beneficial tax regime for retirees, offering a flat tax rate of 15% ...
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Access to healthcare

Those who retire in Malta receive access to the country’s healthcare system.

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Quality of life

Malta offers a high quality of life, with pleasant weather, friendly locals and ...
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