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eResidence Unit

​Accept applications for residence in Malta.

Services

  • Receive and process residence applications of non-Maltese citizens who intend to reside legally in Malta for a period which is longer than three months. 
  • Accept applications for single-work permits, granting Third-Country Nationals the authorisation to reside and take up employment in Malta. 
  • Single-permit applications may be submitted by the employer on behalf of the applicant when the latter is still abroad. The applicant would be instructed by the Department to proceed to Malta when the work/residence application is approved. 


Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 8.00am to 12.00pm 

Useful Information 

EU, EEA & Swiss Nationals 

EU, EEA and Swiss nationals, who have either been in Malta for three months and have not yet registered their residence or whose residence document has expired, should send an email to eresidence-eu.mgoz@gov.mtApplicants will receive a confirmation email as proof of their registration.Family members of EU, EEA and Swiss nationals can also apply for their residence document by sending an email to eresidence-eu.mgoz@gov.mt In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Identity Malta Agency has introduced new procedures which will remain in place until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Follow our Facebook page for further information

EU, EEA & Swiss Nationals 

EU, EEA and Swiss nationals, who have either been in Malta for three months and have not yet registered their residence or whose residence document has expired, should send an email to eresidence-eu.mgoz@gov.mt​Applicants will receive a confirmation email as proof of their registration. Family members of EU, EEA and Swiss nationals can also apply for their residence document by sending an email to eresidence-eu.mgoz@gov.mt

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Identity Malta Agency has introduced new procedures which will remain in place until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Follow our Facebook page for further information.

Family Members & Temporary Residence Permit

Family members of third-country nationals and applicants for Temporary Residence Permit can submit a new or renewal application request to eresidence-noneu.mgoz@gov.mt. In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Identity Malta Agency has introduced new procedures which will remain in place until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Follow our Facebook page for further information.

Family Members & Temporary Residence Permit

Family members of third-country nationals and applicants for Temporary Residence Permit can submit a new or renewal application request to eresidence-noneu.mgoz@gov.mt. In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Identity Malta Agency has introduced new procedures which will remain in place until further notice. 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. 

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WITHDRAWAL AGREEMENT BENEFICIARY STATUS FOR UK NATIONALS AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS RESIDING IN MALTA ON WITHDRAWAL DATE

Following the conclusion of a roll-out call for UK nationals residing in Gozo according to localities, please note that the eResidence offices will be open from 9th November 2020 till 27th November 2020 from 1pm till 4pm to further address the beneficiaries of the Withdrawal Agreement.

Enquires should be sent to ​ eresidence-brexit.mgoz@gov.mt​.





 


Residence permit for holders of International Humanitarian Protection, Subsidiary Protection, Temporary Humanitarian Protection.

Extension requests for residence permit submitted by beneficiaries of Refugee and Subsidiary protection, Temporary Humanitarian Protection, 14+ and 18+ will only be accepted by means of electronic mail. 

Applicants should send their duly filled-in form (which can be downloaded from https://identitymalta.com/unit/expatriates-unit/#Third-Country-Nationals and the necessary supporting documents to eresidence.mgoz@gov.mt.

Applications which do not have the required documentation or information will not be accepted and the applicants will be requested to resubmit their application together with the requested documents and information. 

Upon approval, applicants will be notified by means of an electronic mail that their permit has been extended by a period of three (3) months from the application’s date of approval.

Furthermore, the service in connection with applications for Specific Residence Authorisation (SRA) and residence permits for minors (newborn babies born in Malta) is also being temporary suspended.

eResidence administration apologises for any inconvenience caused.​




Kindly note that the eResidence Unit has moved to new premises.  The new office is situated in the central courtyard of the Ministry for Gozo. You can access the office either from St Francis Square (the entrance to the right when you look to the Ministry) or from the Reception area at Enrico Mizzi Street. It is still advisable to contact this office through the above-mentioned emails. Kindly also note that the Brexit application days have been extended from the 16th till 18th December from 1pm-4pm.​​​

Contact Information:

 eResidence Unit
St. Francis Square
Victoria, Gozo - Malta
VCT 1335

 Telephone
22156122/123/124

 Email