Malta Citizenship by Investment Fees
When considering the merits of applications for the Malta Citizenship by Investment Programme, or the Malta IIP scheme as it is also known, you should be aware of all the relevant application fees.
These are made up of a contribution to the National Development and Social Fund, official application fees to cover the thorough due diligence process of each applicant, a passport fee for each applicant and any relevant bank charges. There will also be a professional fee to pay the authorised agent of the Malta IIP, who will handle the whole application process on behalf of the applicant.
The following official Malta Citizenship by Investment Fees are payable in respect of each person.
1. Contribution to the National Development and Social Fund
- Main Applicant – €650,000
- Spouse – €25,000
- Children under the age of 18 – €25,000 each
- Unmarried children aged between 18 and 26 – €50,000 each
- Dependent parent or grandparent over the age of 55 – €50,000 each
2. Due Diligence Fees for each applicant
- Main Applicant – €7,500
- Spouse – €5,000
- Children under the age of 18 – €3,000 each
- Unmarried children aged between 18 and 26 – €5,000 each
- Dependent parent or grandparent over the age of 55 – €5,000 each
3. Passport and Bank Fees
- Passport fee: €500 per person
- Bank charges: €200 per application
A non-refundable €5,000 is payable on applying for a residence permit, and another non-refundable €5,000 is payable on applying for naturalisation as a citizen of Malta. The deposits are offset against the primary applicant’s contribution.
Further information on the Malta Citizenship by Investment Fees are available to view in the Legal Notice 47 of 2014 Cap. 188.