Category: Malta

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Malta Offers to Pay International Tourists This Summer

Want to earn some money while enjoying your summer vacation? Malta will be just the destination for you. In order to jumpstart its tourism economy, Malta announced a scheme to encourage independent travellers to stay in its hotels starting in June. Tourism and Consumer Protection Minister Clayton Bartolo announced on 30 March that the Maltese…
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What is the Schengen Agreement?

History and Development of the Schengen Agreement On 14 June 1985, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands signed the Schengen Agreement on the gradual abolition of checks at their common borders in the small town of Schengen in Luxembourg, on the border to France and the Netherlands. The agreement has since then led to…
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UK Restarting International Travel on 17 May

The British government has confirmed that summer holidays abroad can go ahead as scheduled. “International travel could resume from 17 May at the earliest in an accessible and affordable way,” the government says as it publishes its second Global Travel Taskforce report. Global Travel Taskforce has published how international travel, including cruises, could resume from…
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Brexit: How Long Can You Stay in the UK Without Losing Your EU Residency?

The economic and social disruption caused by the global pandemic has been devastating. A lot of British nationals resident in the EU opted to return to the UK to bide their time until things are sort of back to normal. British nationals ‘waiting out’ COVID-19 health situation in the UK could lose their rights to…
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Portugal Tightens Border Restrictions With Other EU Member States

On 29 March, the Portuguese government extended and tightened border restrictions along with other European Union member states as the continent battles a third wave of COVID-19 infection. Portugal’s Interior Ministry said that people coming from EU countries where the incidence rate is over 500 cases per 100,000 population may only enter for essential business…
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