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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.

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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.

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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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