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Who is in Malta?
Malta has one of the highest proportional expat populations in the EU (Eurostat).
According to Eurostat’s figures, there are over 98,000 non-Maltese people living in Malta. 80,331 of the expats who live in Malta are from other EU member states, while 18,587 are from non-EU member states.
This means that foreigners comprise over 22% per cent of Malta’s population.
My network of immigration lawyers, accountants and estate agents are vibrant locals with expert knowledge on this beautiful niche.
We’ve regularly travelled along with other nomads across the world and understand that digital nomads require tailored expert support.
This is why we created the Digital Nomad Visa Malta. We love the lifestyle and aspire to ensure your Malta experience is exactly what you’re looking for .
We’re ready to meet your needs whilst going the extra mile by offering you local advice on where to Surf, where to Eat, where to Drink and What to See!
All the while, forming relationships that will surely cross borders and last a lifetime.
Malta is a country that for hundreds of years has been home to people from all over Europe. Our society is built on the values of strength in diversity. In Malta you say hello like the french, ‘’Bongu’’, you say thank you like the Italians ‘’Grazzi’’, we say adventure like the spanish ‘’aventura’’ and goodbye like in arabic ‘’sahha’’. The values of multiculturalism, european identity and north african connections are ingrained in Maltese language and spirit.
This you can find self evident in our history when learning about the Knights of St John. A self sovereign holy order. Just like digital nomads are self sovereign. The knights of Malta were self sovereign too.
The Knights of Malta, just like digital nomads, were innovators and out of the box thinkers from all over Europe. There were the French knights, the spanish knights, the italian knights, the portugese knights, even the british and german knights.
The knights of Malta left some of the largest impacts on the island. Their success can surely be attributed to their international nature. This is why we are so proud to be hosting Digital Nomads in Malta that hails from all over the world. We at Digital Nomad Visa believe that Digital nomads will play a vital role in Malta’s development in the roaring 20s.
The architecture that the knights built remain prominent in Malta’s history and present. The digital architecture that nomads will build whilst nomadding in Malta, could also serve to establish the Island as a centre of excellence in the startup scene.