The Residency Malta Agency introduced the Nomad Residence Permit (NRP) in June 2021, granting non-EU residents a temporary residence permit in Malta. Designed specifically for digital nomads or individuals who work remotely, the NRP allows holders to legally reside in Malta while working for overseas clients or companies.
As Malta welcomes digital nomads, expats can now experience the Mediterranean life while working. The NRP is issued for a year, and holders can renew it at the discretion of Residency Malta. Applicants planning to stay in Malta for less than a year are given a National Visa. Open to third-country nationals, the NRP is the digital nomads’ ticket to Malta.
Requirements to Apply for the Digital Nomad Residence Permit
Applicants for the Nomad Residence Permit (NRP) must be either of the following:
All applicants, employed or self-employed, must:
How long does the process take?
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IN THE MIGRATION INDUSTRY
Janine Elizabeth LLB/LP
Australian Legal Practitioner
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