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Malta Work Permit

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Details About Malta Work Permit

Malta, being a member of the European Union, has a high employment rate in its many industries, which is an appealing aspect for international job seekers. To work here, those from outside the EU or EEA must apply for a work permit.

Overseas job searchers who intend to work in the United States must have their work permits sponsored by their employers, as required by their home country’s immigration regulations. Non-EU workers must first obtain a visa in order to enter Malta, and then apply for a work permit after they have arrived.

The employer, not the job seeker, must apply for an employment license.

Eligibility &  Requirements for Malta Work Permit

  1. Job Offer: You typically need to have a confirmed job offer from a Maltese employer before applying for a work permit. The employer may need to prove that the position cannot be filled by a local or EU/EEA/Swiss national.

  2. Work Visa Application: You will need to submit a work visa application at the nearest Maltese embassy or consulate in your home country. Some nationalities might be able to apply for the visa after arriving in Malta, but it’s better to check beforehand.

  3. Relevant Documents: Prepare and submit all necessary documents, which might include your passport, employment contract, proof of qualifications and experience, and any other documents requested by the Maltese authorities.

  4. Medical Examination: Depending on your nationality and the type of work, you might be required to undergo a medical examination to ensure you meet the health requirements for working in Malta.

  5. Police Clearance Certificate: Some applicants may need to provide a police clearance certificate from their home country or any country where they have lived for an extended period.

  6. Financial Means: You might be asked to show proof of sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay in Malta, especially if you are applying for certain types of work permits.

  7. Language Proficiency: Depending on the job and the employer’s requirements, you may need to demonstrate a certain level of proficiency in English or Maltese.

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