Malta is one of the most popular places to live and work for foreign workers. Various of industry flourish in this country, creating job opportunities for people across the globe. As common knowledge, we all know that it is required to have a work permit in order to live and work in Malta if you are not an EU national.
Foreign nationals who would want to apply for a work permit will need the following documents:
Note: It is the employer’s responsibility to apply for an employment license on your behalf. The employer should submit the relevant documents to the Employment and Training Corporation in Malta and pay any applicable fees
The fee for a single permit application is €280.50. The fee must be paid when the single permit application is submitted. If the application is refused, there is no refund of the fee.
For most skilled positions and for white-collar jobs, the business language is generally English. It’s not really necessary to learn Maltese but it will be a great bonus to learn Maltese if you can.
If you’re from the EU, EEA (European Economic Area), and Switzerland, then you have the right to live and work in Malta. All you need to do is to get an E-residence permit.
If you’re a TCN (nationals who live in the rest of the world), It might get to be a little complicated. You will need a work permit & visa.
To enjoy the abundant life in Malta, you can get in touch with us. Let’s make your visa process easy and possible.
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