If you’re living overseas, you’re considering relocating to another country and you can’t live without the sun and sea, then www.deliveringhomes.com.mt is the best website you could visit as you will find both properties for sale and for rent in the Maltese islands that are suitable for your any type of budget that you have.
Delivering Homes was only launched a couple of months ago and it already provides hundreds of property listing across the Maltese islands, with a good number of them close to the sea, in historical cities or even other properties on Malta’s smaller sister island, Gozo.
It’s a known fact that relocation is not an easy process, so we at Delivering Homes Ltd are sharing some important tips that will surely help you eliminate unnecessary headaches and remember this important phase in life positively.
Before you start your next chapter in life in a new foreign country, make sure that you don’t leave any important documents behind. Such documents include bank statements, bank references, work references, academic results, medical records, birth/adoption certificates, marriage certificates, driving license and any previous lease agreements that were honoured. You never know what you might need so it’s important to not leave anything behind.
Non-EU citizens relocating to Malta must apply for a work permit/employment license to be able to start working in the country. Information about this as well as about the residency procedure in Malta can be found here. Fairwinds Management Limited, one of our partner companies, can assist you along the way.
It is important to notify any service providers and Government entities of your current country with the change of address to be able to send the any documentation to the correct address or else apply for mail redirection services.
After obtaining your residency card, it will become easier to open a bank account in Malta. Some documents that were mentioned earlier might be required at this stage to set up an account without problems and without going back and forth exchanging emails with regards to missing details or documents.
In Malta, public healthcare is provided free of charge to all local citizens, EU citizens that have the European Health Insurance Card as well as to those individuals who are registered working residents.
For more information on how to apply for a work permit and residency card you can contact Ms. Analee Debattista on firstname.lastname@example.org