Getting a visa to Malta

Visa to Malta

Malta as well as practically the whole Europe remains the country for Russian tourists that requires a visa to enter, regardless of whether you want to see the sights of Malta or visit old friends.

Visa to Malta for Russians in 2022 is a standard short-term Schengen visa, which can be issued in the visa centers of this tiny country, located in several Russian cities: Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Ufa, Sochi, Samara, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Krasnodar Kaliningrad and also in the Embassy in Moscow. In the presence of a valid Schengen visa, of course, do not need to re-register.

Documents for a visa to Malta

A set of documents for the short-term Schengen visa to Malta is very standard, so those who have already processed a Schengen visa is unlikely to find anything new for themselves. The standard processing time of a Schengen visa to Malta is 4-5 days.

Visa to Malta

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  • Bank statement, a letter from the bank about the credit limit on the card or certificate of purchase of currency.
  • For minors: a copy of the first page of the parent whose signature is on the application form and sponsorship letter.
  • For students and pensioners: a copy of student / pension card and sponsorship letters of relatives who pay the trip to Malta, a copy of the passport of the sponsor and a certificate of his place of work (or his bank account statement).

Visa to Malta

Study Visa to Malta

In addition to the above requirements

  • Letter of acceptance to a school/institute/university in Malta stating details of course and duration of studies, stamped by the school/institute/university and signed by the school/university headmaster/principal.
  • Letter from the Department of Citizenship and Immigration Affairs if the course of study entails an academic qualification (higher education).
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Visa to Malta

You can submit documents either by yourself or through a person you trust (with the power of attorney from the applicant) or a travel agency where a tour package was purchased. Please note that when submitting documents for children from 6 to 12 years, their presence is required. The applicant’s passport is required for filing documents.

Documents for the Maltese visa are submitted in the free form on weekdays from 9:00 to 16:00, and the issuance of passports is from 11:00 to 16:00. It is worth to mention that the Consular Department of the Maltese Embassy in Moscow still has an appointment (phone 495 276-25-29, premium service 495 269-22-00, Mon-Fri from 9:00 till 16:00).

Visa to Malta

The cost of visas to Malta

Nothing surprising about the cost of the visa – the standard 35 Euros (payable in Rubles at the current exchange rate) for a visa and the service fee of the visa center of 2570 rubles. Neither visa nor service fees in case of refusal are not returned. Delivery of documents by courier service is 450 rubles for all regional visa centers.

Consular fee is not paid by close relatives of EU or Russian citizens who are legally residing in the EU, schoolchildren and students entering Malta for study, disabled people + one attendant, participants in sporting events, humanitarian missions, etc.

It should be noted separately that an open Schengen visa in a cancelled passport is considered invalid and cannot be transferred to a new passport, so you will need to go through the Schengen visa procedure all over again.

Dactyloscopy (fingerprinting)

Beginning in September 2015, fingerprinting (dactyloscopy) has become mandatory. Only children up to 12 years of age are exempt, all others have to come to the consulate or visa center in person. The procedure is performed as soon as possible, simultaneously with the filing of the main package of documents. “Validity period” of fingerprints – 5 years, after that it will be necessary to go through the procedure again.

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