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Cal500 Nov 29th 2019 1:35 am

Working visa's for Uk citizens
 
I am currently living in New Zealand and due to residency become harder next year i am wanting to move across to Malta. My question is the process for working in malta, and if i can support a non eu citizen with me. if anyone has any advice or any questions it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Callum

spouse of scouse Nov 29th 2019 2:29 am

Re: Working visa's for Uk citizens
 

Originally Posted by Cal500 (Post 12771190)
I am currently living in New Zealand and due to residency become harder next year i am wanting to move across to Malta. My question is the process for working in malta, and if i can support a non eu citizen with me. if anyone has any advice or any questions it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Callum

Latest UK government update on living in Malta pre and post Brexit.
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-malta

Stephen Jones Dec 21st 2019 8:12 pm

Re: Working visa's for Uk citizens
 
Thanks.

angie_329 Dec 23rd 2019 10:27 am

Re: Working visa's for Uk citizens
 

Originally Posted by Cal500 (Post 12771190)
I am currently living in New Zealand and due to residency become harder next year i am wanting to move across to Malta. My question is the process for working in malta, and if i can support a non eu citizen with me. if anyone has any advice or any questions it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Callum

Is this your spouse and are they from a country with visa free acesss to the Schengen zone or not? If not you can apply for a multi entry schengen zone entry based on marriage via any EU country embassy in NZ.

you can enter EU/ or Malta and have 90 days to apply for a resident card/ aka permit based on self sufficiency, employed, student ,etc
you will need a mimimum income if you are sponsoring your spouse in Malta. Your spouse will be referred to as a 'third country' national.
Both applications should be submitted together with spouse as your dependent. CEA Form A and CEA Form G probably.


Expatriates Unit Identity Malta- be prepared to queue for hours. Photos are taken on submisstion of the application forms. Cards are issued with a minimum time of at least two months plus but you will be given a receipt.

https://identitymalta.com/unit/expatriates-unit/






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