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  1. Articles: Europe
    There are lots of programmes around the world aimed at attracting expats to invest and gain residency of a particular country with Malta and Cyprus coming out top on a new analysis. Malta is ranked number one in the global residence and citizenship report 2017/2018 from Henley & Partners which...
  2. Articles: Europe
    Taiwan, Malta and Ecuador have topped the latest annual survey of the best places in the world for expats to live, with Vietnam the biggest jumper in the 2016 rankings. In first place, Taiwan has knocked Ecuador from the top spot which is down to third behind the Mediterranean island country of...
  3. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi, first time using this site. I'm moving to Malta in January and am looking at different ways to get my cat there. I can pay a company and it will cost £1000+, or I can take her hand luggage on plane from uk to Germany then to Malta, or I could fly from uk with her in cargo. I'm wondering...
  4. Articles: Europe
    Malta has been judged the best place for working abroad, attracting a lot of IT professionals while Norway comes second with a favourable work and life balance and Luxembourg third. It is the first time that Malta has topped the annual working abroad index from InterNations which ranks 64...
  5. Articles: Americas
    It seems that expat men and women have different views on the best place in the world to live, with Malta, Hong Kong, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and the UK ranking much higher for women than men. However, both men and women agree that Ecuador is the top place to live in the annual Expat...
  6. Articles: Europe
    Malta’s individual investor citizenship programme (IIP) has received hundreds of applications from more than 40 nations and demand is set to remain strong in 2015, according to advisors and agents. The IIP citizenship programme has already attracted more than €450 million in Foreign Direct...
  7. Guides
    It has been confirmed that the Maltese government has changed its special residency rules for wealthy investors due to a disappointing number wanting to move to the Mediterranean country. A government spokesman said that Europeans come under the same residency rules as non-Europeans after only...
  8. International Expat Discussions
    Hi I am looking for some advice for Malta on a few things can anyone help please? 1--i heard Gozo and Swieqi is a good area as i have a couple of children at the moment aged 10 and 13 is there any other area of malta that would be worth considering or are these the best places 2--i would like...
  9. Articles: Europe
    New rules mean that wealthy investors who contribute a minimum of €650,000 to Malta will be granted citizenship of the Mediterranean island which is a member of the European Union. Under a controversial new law, investors who pass background checks will be eligible for citizenship and their...
  10. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    Greetings from S Florida. Would appreciate any kind of info RE life in S Italy and Malta (particularly in urban as opposed to countryside settings). The one question that we ask is the how much on a monthly basis would it cost me to lead a "decent" life in any of those two places. Am not into...
  11. Europe Marketplace
    Thinking of leaving Cyprus? Want to move your business? UK & Maltese law firm. Malta has a 5% corporate tax rate & AA country credit rating. We can transfer your existing company or set up a new company in Malta. Both with Malta bank account. Fast, efficient service. Transparent Prices...
  12. Guides
    Moving to Malta? Your guide to expatriate banking services in Malta The Republic of Malta is situated in the Mediterranean Sea in southern Europe, South of Sicily (Italy). As well as the main island, Malta also includes the smaller island of Gozo. Malta joined the EU in May 2004 and began...
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