Places in Visas of Malta





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Facts about Malta

Malta is popular for its beaches which are both lively and quiet. The beaches are popular dive sites among tourists. There are also lagoons which allow tourists to perform activities like snorkeling. Nightclubs in the country come alive during the evening time and this is also one of the activities tourists who enjoy the nightlife relish. The climate, architectural and historical monuments as well as the three UNESCO World Heritage sites are major pulls for tourists in the country.
Tourism in the country has been on the rise over the years. There has been an increase in the number of hotels over time which also has led to an increase in the number of foreigners who visit the country. On average, 1.6 million tourists visit Malta each year. The tourism industry is very important to the Maltese economy as it contributes to 15% of the country’s GDP.
Foreigners are neither allowed entry into the country nor allowed to leave the country with more than €10,000 or its equivalent in any currency. 

Basic Travel Requirements for Nigerians visiting Malta

  • A valid passport/travel ID
  • Proof of financial resources to support you during your stay
  • Proof of accommodation (or at least proof of sufficient finances to cover accommodation costs)
  • Two current passport-sized photos
  • Medical/travel insurance
  • Travel itinerary
  • Letter of acceptance from university or place of study - for students
  • A bank receipt to prove payment of processing fee
  • Some embassies/consulates may also request a criminal record certificate.

Types of Malta Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 15 days 90 days
Business Visa 15 days 90 days
Work Visa 15 days 1 year
Student Visa 15 days Variable

Places in Visas of Malta Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa Not available
Business Visa Not available
Work Visa Not available
Student Visa Not available

FAQs about Places in Visas of Malta

What currency is used in Malta? ?

The only currency used in the Maltese islands is the Euro, which was adopted on 1 January 2008 after the country joined the European Union on 1 May 2004. Before the Euro was introduced in Malta, the currency in circulation was the Maltese Lira (Lm).

What is the hottest month in Malta? ?

July is the hottest month in Malta with an average temperature of 80°F (27°C) and the coldest is January at 55°F (13°C) with the most daily sunshine hours at 12 in August. The wettest month is November with an average of 108.6mm of rain.

Is Malta a Schengen country? ?

Malta is part of the Schengen system. Therefore, if travelling from one border-free Schengen country to another, EU nationals are not required to show a passport or national ID card.

What is the processing fee for a Maltese visa? ?

Expect to pay an application fee of up to 60 Euros (or an equivalent in dollars).

To whom it may concern.. Pls I want to confirm maybe applicant can apply for malta still abroad application in nigeria ?

Is it possible for a registered Nurse in Nigeria to get a work visa before registering with the Nursing and midwifery council of Malta? ?

Please how much will it cost me to get work and residents visa to Malta ?

Can an HIV positive person visit, Reside, and work in Malta? ?

Good afternoon sir/ ma Please how much I will cost me to get working visa and flight ticket to Malta 2 how good job and accommodation in Malta and cost ?

Please how much will it cost me to get work and residents visa to Malta? ?

How can i get a visa to Malta, how much is it going to cost me and how long is it going to take? ?

How can i apply for Malta tourist visa ?

Good evening sir/ma..please I want to know the total cost for work visa to Malta.both flight ticket and also the avalibility of work.. ?

Good morning Sir/Ma, I have twins that wants to enrol for university in Malta. What can you advise? Email: [email protected] Thank you. ?

Is visa from Nigeria to malta open ?

How do you process malta work visa in nigeria? ?

How do i apply for a student Visa to malta ?

How do i apply for a student Visa to malta odigie glory [email protected] ?

Hello Sir / Ma , I receive an invitation letter from a club who base in malta. How can i get the visa ? And what are those documents i need to submit ?

Good day, I'm Oyeronke Adejumo a registered nurse/midwife, Bnsc and MSc in Psychiatry/Mental Health In Nursing Science holder in Nigeria with over 7 years work experience. How can I relocate to Malta and practice as a nurse. ?

Good morning, my name is Alex Ali. I wanted to check if the malta embassy is open in Nigeria and giving visas to students. ?

Is malta embassy in nigeria working or I mean is open ?

Please sir/madam, How do I can secure malta work Visa from Nigeria. Thanks ?

Hi, I need a job in Malta, I work with American tower here in Nigeria as a Quality assurance supervisor. I want to move to Malta. Kindly assist me with the financial implications as the requirement are already stated. Regards Philip ?

5 Visas of Malta found

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Malta
Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Visas of Malta, Visa, Tourist visa



This is the type of visa issued to persons who intend to visit Malta for tourism purposes. The Maltese tourist visa is a short-stay visa valid for a period of 3 months.  During the visa application, you will need to provide proof of sufficient funds to last the duration of your stay. The passport you are using must have at least two blank pages. Good medical care is available in Malta, but facilities may be limited outside urban areas. You are advised to exit the country before your visa expires. This visa does not serve study purposes. You cannot be enrolled in any of the institutions of learning in the country. If you are traveling with a pet, the animal must have a microchip, rabies vaccination and official veterinary certificate.

Business Visa from Nigeria to Malta
Business Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Business Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Visas of Malta, Visa, Business visa



This is type of visa issued to Nigerians traveling to Malta for business purposes . You will need to provide an invitation letter from the Maltese company you will be visiting. This letter will also contain their detailed address, accompanied with the dates of your trip. If are employed, you will have to present a certificate from your employer stating/allowing your business travel. Your bank statement from the last 6 months is needed. Self-employed people will submit proof of business registration. You cannot be gainfully employed while you are in the country with this visa. Your passport must not be older than 10 years while applying for this visa and it must be valid for at least 3 months longer than the intended period of stay.

Work Visa from Nigeria to Malta
Work Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Work Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Work visa, Visas of Malta, Visa



If you’re planning on taking a job in Malta you might need to get a work visa first. A worker from a non-EU country must first obtain a visa to enter Malta and then apply for the residence/work permit once in Malta. Work permits in Malta are employer-specific (although there can be exceptions), occupation-specific, and location-specific, and are normally valid for one year. If you are not a citizen of an EU country, you need an employment license in order to be able to work in Malta. EU nationals [except citizens of Croatia], EEA and Swiss nationals do not require an employment license to work in Malta. Third country nationals who are eligible for the Single Permit Application still require an employment license. They also need to submit a health clearance form.  Work permits must be secured for employees, and sponsored by a locally licensed and incorporated entity.

Student Visa from Nigeria to Malta
Student Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Student Visa from Nigeria to Malta

Visas of Malta, Visa, Student visa



A visa is required to study in Malta for a period longer than 90 days. The Consulate of Malta requires applicants to apply for student visas directly — a personal appearance may be necessary at the nearest Consulate. The Maltese student visa may take up to 2-3 months to be issued. Unlike the visit visa, the student visa offers a longer duration. A holder of the visa can stay in Malta for as long as their study curriculum permits. Please note that non-EU/EEA nationals will not be able to obtain a visa to enter Malta if they apply for part-time day/ evening courses. Following arrival and registration at the University, ALL international students who stay for more than 3 months (ie. 90 days) should apply for an e-Residence Permit. When consulates require an appointment, this may need to be scheduled as much as 4 to 6 weeks in advance because appointment times are limited and fill quickly. After the appointment, the visa processing time may take an additional 1 to 4 weeks. Therefore, it could take as long as between 8 to 9 weeks from the time of application to when visa is finally issued.