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    How to get Malta Visitor Visa?

    Malta, an Archipelago, is known for historical sites of Romans, Moors, French and British; there are a lot of Megalithic temples and Fortresses that can be visited. The warm climate and the breathtaking landscapes have been the hallmark of Malta.

    Those who are from the EU/ EEA don’t need any Visitor visa to travel to Malta. The Australian passport holders also don’t need a Visa for a Short Stay in Malta. Citizens of other countries can apply for a short-term visa that is valid for 9o days and can be extended as well. The short-term visa is also the Schengen visa which is valid for all the 29 Schengen Countries.

    The visa application can be processed in 7 to 15 days. However, it can also be extended to 30 to 45 days depending on the case.

    When you visit Malta, you can enjoy nine UNESCO world heritage sites, and ocean for outdoor activities, rich history to explore, and an affordable holiday in Europe. Malta is also very popular among students as students who wish to study History or Archeology visit Malta for knowledge. It is a place where it is mostly easy to get a Student visit than other countries.

    What are the documents needed for the Malta Visitor Visa?

    The applicant needs to have proper documents for the Malta Visitor Visa. Some of the documents that need to be submitted are -
    • A passport that has at least three months validity
    • Two passport size photographs
    • Travel itinerary – Flight bookings, Hotel bookings,
    • Proof of financial stability – banks statements
    • Travel insurance of EUR 30,000 will be valid in all the Schengen regions and has to be as per the Schengen Standards.
    • A cover letter which mentions the purpose of your Visit

    How to apply for a Malta Visitor Visa?

    Here are a few steps that you can take to apply for a Malta Visitor Visa-
    • Step 1 – Fill out the Visa application form
    • Step 2 – Submit all the documents
    • Step 3 - Pay the visa application fee
    • Step 4 – Appear for the interview

    What is the cost of the Malta Visitor Visa?

    While planning your finances, keeping the currency exchange rate in mind is important. The Cost of a Malta visitor Visa is EUR 80 for an adult, and for those children who are in between the age of 6 to 12 years, the cost is EUR 40. The fee payment can also be made online.


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