VIRTUAL EVENT

Are you looking for an opportunity to live and work remotely in the Mediterranean? You can now move to the European island nation of Malta, with the new Nomad Residence Permit! Discover why Malta is ranked one of the top international destinations for remote workers and digital nomads and how you can apply for a temporary residence permit.

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What is this webinar about?

In this webinar, our speakers explain to you everything you need to know about Malta’s Nomad Residence Permit, including all the application eligibility requirements and where to apply. We also include a range of details about what makes Malta one of the top-rated destinations in the world for digital nomads to live and work.

Some of the features on offer in Malta:

High-speed internet.
Malta is the first EU country with a nationwide 5G internet service.

Fascinating history.
The prehistoric Megalithic Temples are some of the oldest in history.

Multi-cultural.
There is a large expat community living in Malta from all over the world. 

Easy communication.
English is an official language and the language used for business.

Outdoor Activities.
You can enjoy scuba diving, trekking, kitesurfing, kayaking, and more.

Culture and Arts.
Malta boasts an abundance of excellent cultural experiences.

Climate.
There are around 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, one of the highest levels in Europe.

Health.
Malta’s top-notch, reputable healthcare system offers high-quality, accessible services.

Gastronomy.
In Malta, you can experience a diverse mix of delicious Mediterranean cuisines.

The Webinar covers

1. Full details about Malta’s Nomad Residence Permit application process and requirements.

2. Why Malta is an ideal destination for digital nomads to live, including:

  • High-speed internet
  • Fascinating history
  • Activities and sports
  • Sunny climate
  • Cultural experiences

3. Information about accommodation, living costs, transport, internet connectivity/speeds, etc.

4. Testimonials from digital nomads who have already chosen to spend time in Malta.

Meet the Speakers

Learn more about the speakers who participated in the webinar.

Charles Mizzi

Chief Executive Officer, Residency Malta Agency

Melissa Lamb

Digital Nomad and Entrepreneur

Russell Muscat

International Relations Manager, Heritage Malta

Carina Dimech

Marketing Manager, Malta Tourism Authority

Daniel Goebel

Founder, Malta Digital Nomad Association

Loïc Moncany

Co-founder, Malta Digital Nomad Association

Introducing the
Nomad Residence Permit

The Nomad Residence Permit enables holders to retain their current employment based in another country whilst legally residing in Malta and working remotely and independent of location. The Permit is open to individuals from outside the EU, who would normally require a Visa to travel to  Malta.

This webinar is sponsored by

Residency Malta Agency

Residency Malta Agency is the Government entity responsible for managing and promoting Malta’s Nomad Residence Permit. The Agency is consistent in its rigorous efforts to attract quality non-EU individuals and families to the island. Boasting an efficient customer service, the Agency’s team ensures the fastest and smoothest possible processing of applications.

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