Moving to Malta from UK after Brexit in 2023

If you are planning on Moving to Malta from UK after Brexit in 2023 then you have come to the right place. The team at Advance Moves International removals have written a basic guide below on what needs doing to be able to Move and Live in Malta after Brexit if you are Moving from the UK to Malta in 2023.

Advance Moves can also help you with your removal to Malta from the UK with instant online quotes in just 30 seconds for your International removal costs.

Moving UK to Malta

Advance moves can help find you a competitive removal quotation from up to 6 professional moving companies when you are moving UK to Malta. With agents and partners in both countries international moving UK to Malta can be a lot less expensive than you think. Use the link below to get an instant online quick quote when moving UK to Malta.

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Instant online quotes for Moving to Malta

Advance Moves has a unique online quick quote system. You can obtain an instant online quote for your removal to Malta in just 30 seconds. All you need to do is visit the Advance Moves website. Click on the Yellow European Removals QUICK QUOTE button and select the country you are moving from and too (United Kingdom to Malta) from the drop down menus.

Then just choose from one of four options that best describe the size of your move. You can choose from House size, Removal vehicle size, for smaller moves you can select the number of boxes your moving, or if you know your own volume then just enter that in cubic metres or feet.

Finally you need to enter a few more basic location and contact details and then just hit the ‘GET QUOTE’ button and within 30 seconds you will have a quotation for your removal emailed to you.

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Getting a quote for Moving to Malta from the UK after Brexit really is that easy…………….

Save money on Moving to Malta

By using the Advance moves quick quote system you can save yourself a lot on money on your removal costs to Malta. You see, Advance Moves is an International removals comparison Site. Advance Moves has agents all over Europe and the world that can help you with your move to Malta.

When you use the QUICK QUOTE system, the details that you entered about your removal requirements are matched to the best International removal companies that can cover your Move. You will receive up to 5 or 6 more accurate quotes from independent International removal companies that have been specially chosen to be able to give you the best service and price for Moving to Malta from UK. The service is FREE and without obligation, it’s just the easiest way to get multiple quotes for Moving to Malta from the UK after Brexit and save yourself a whole load of time and money.

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A Guide on Moving to Malta after Brexit in 2023

The brief guide below gives you basics on what needs doing when Moving to Malta from the UK after Brexit and how to then be bale to live, work, retire in Malta. There are many links to Government pages with current info and help about moving UK to Malta.

If you want to live in Malta and be able to stay in Malta for longer than 3 months, then you will need to become a resident or obtain a visa. If you were resident in Malta before 1 January 2021,then you will still need to apply for a new residency card by 30 June 2021.

If you have moved to, and been living in Malta for three months or more and have not yet registered for residency, or if your residence document has expired, you should contact Identity Malta by emailing eu.ima@gov.mt.

You can read the Maltese government’s guidance on residency on the Identity Malta Facebook page.

Identity Malta temporarily paused some parts of this service. The full application process re-launched on 1 July 2020:

  • if you have already received a letter to obtain your new card, you should attend your appointment
  • if you have already registered but have not yet received a letter you should contact Identity Malta to book an appointment to apply for your new card

For more information on visas and residency you can:

Additional support when Moving to Malta after Brexit

If you are having difficulty completing residence paperwork or have any questions, contact the IOM:

Moving to Malta in 2023

Check the entry requirements for Malta and read the Maltese government’s guidance on visas.

Passports and travel to Malta

You should always carry your residence card (EU card or eResidence card), as well as your valid passport when you travel. If you have applied but not yet received your card, carry your certificate of application to show proof that you are in the process.

If you have not yet applied for a residence card, you should carry evidence that you are resident in Malta. This could include a tenancy agreement or a utility bill in your name, dating from 2020, Basically anything that can prove you were living somewhere.

If you cannot show that you are resident in Malta, you may be asked additional questions at the border to enter the Schengen area, and your passport may be stamped on entry and exit. This will not affect your rights in Malta. You cannot stay in the EU for more than a 90 day period in any 180 days unless you have a visa or are resident in an EU state.

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Passport requirements for entry to Malta after Brexit

Check your passport is valid for travel before you book your trip. You can apply for or renew your British passport from Malta.

You must have at least 6 months left on all passports to travel to most countries in Europe. This requirement does not apply if you are entering or transiting to Malta, and you are in scope of the Withdrawal Agreement.

If you renewed your current passport before the previous one expired, extra months may have been added to its expiry date. Any extra months on your passport over 10 years may not count towards the 6 months needed.

Renew your passport before booking your travel if you do not have enough time left on it, to avoid problems at frontiers.

As a non-EEA national, different border checks will apply when traveling to other EU or Schengen area countries. You may have to use separate lanes from EU, EEA and Swiss citizens when queuing. You may also need to show a return or onward ticket.

Entry requirements to Malta, post Brexit

You can travel to other Schengen area countries for up to 90 days in any 180-day period (3 months in every 6 month period)without a visa for purposes such as tourism.

To stay longer than 90 days in any 180-day period, to work or study, or for business travel, you must meet the entry requirements set out by the country you are traveling to. This could mean applying for a visa or work permit. Periods of time authorized by a visa or permit will not count towards your 90-day visa-free limit.

Working and studying in Malta, post Brexit

If you were legally resident in Malta before 1 January 2021, you have the right to work, as long as you remain legally resident in Malta. If you are planning to come to Malta to work, you may need a visa. Read the Maltese government’s guidance on how to get a visa and other necessary documents.

When looking for work in Malta, you may need to:

Much more than just removals to Malta from the UK

Advance Moves has Agents all over the world and the QUICK QUOTE system can be used to get an instant online quote for any size international removal to anywhere in the world. Advance Moves has helped countless numbers of people like yourself to save themselves both time and money when looking for the right International mover for them. Use Advance moves for your International move and save yourself a lot of time and money……….

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