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Re: Living in Malta
Posted by: M10 (IP Logged)
Date: June 24, 2013 05:11PM

Hi Traveller,

I lived on Malta for some time and it was really no problem to stay in Malta. But you have to get your maltese ID, for that you need you passport or an ID and then you have to go to the elecronical office in Valletta. You also need an address of you residence in Malta. For EU citizens itīs really easy, they will take some photos and after almost one week you can pick up you new ID Card. You need your ID for example to open a maltese bank account or if you want to have internet and telephone in your Apartment. You will find the electronical office in the Evans Bulidings at the St. Elmo Square in Valletta. If you want to work in Malta youīll need a social security number, this number you will get in the local council of the city where your residence is. If you are a member of the EU you can live as long as you want in Malta without a registration, but without a registration you canīt work legally.
A flat can be really cheap in Malta buut it really depends on the location. In cities like SLiema or St.Julians you will have to pay a lot more than in other cities. I also woul suggest to rent a flat at least for one year, then the monthly rate will be cheaper. If you ll only rent a flat for 3 month during summer it will be much more expensive. And yes itīs possible to rent a fully equipped Apartment! Itīs common to do that. To find a good Apartment you will probably need a real estate agent, but they are not so expensive like in other countries. I would not suggest to live Valletta, i would suggest to live maybe in Gzira or Msida, this cities are close to sliema and St.Julianīs, from there you can reach the whole island by bus. But it also depends if you want to live "right in the middle" where you can go out, find some cafés, supermarkets, close to the sea etc. or if you donīt mind and are looking just for a cheap place to stay.



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  Living in Malta Mathilde 05/24/2013 01:14PM
  Re: Living in Malta traveller912 06/24/2013 12:26PM
  Re: Living in Malta M10 06/24/2013 05:11PM
  Re: Living in Malta traveller912 06/27/2013 09:10PM
  Re: Living in Malta M10 06/24/2013 06:25PM


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