The Global Residence Programme (GRP) Rules was enacted by Legal Notice 267 of 2014, and designed to attract individuals who are not nationals of the EU, EEA or Switzerland to benefit from attaining both Special Tax Status and residence in Malta.
Those benefiting from this Programme may also work in Malta, provided they satisfy the required criteria and application process. As well as their family dependants, beneficiaries (persons who have been approved under the GRP) are also able to include household staff as part of their application, provided they conduct their services in the registered qualifying property and all the requisite procedures are satisfied.
As an Authorized Registered Mandatory we advise and represent our clients in submitting their application for Special Tax Status under the GRP Rules as well as ensure that they continue to remain compliant with the relevant criteria,
As an Authorised Registered Mandatory – ARM01532, we are approved and registered by the Office of the Commissioner for Revenue to represent eligible individuals through the GRP application process and are ready the advise them in the preparing to submit applications under the Global Residence Programme Rules (S.L.123.148).