Non-EU nationals are required to obtain an employment license if they wish to work in Malta. The license works as a work permit, but it must be applied for by the prospective employer, not the job seeker. This means that in order to receive a license (work permit), you must already have an employer who wants to hire you. In addition, the employer must be able to prove that neither a candidate from the EU, EEA, and Switzerland nor a Maltese national is capable of fulfilling the vacancy.
We will assist you in finding a suitable employer in Malta that is willing to employ you and able to apply for an employment license on your behalf.
What is included in our service?
- Review of job seeker CV
- CV improvement suggestions
- Up to 30 minutes consultation via Google Hangouts
- Suggestion of up to 5 suitable employers or HR agencies
- Introduction to legal service provider
How does it work?
After booking our services, we will get in touch with you on the email address that you provide in the checkout. We will request your CV and application letter, review it and provide you with written CV improvement suggestions. Afterward, we will schedule a call in which we will consult you on options on how to increase your chance of finding a suitable employer who is able to apply for a work permit on your behalf. We will then also suggest up to 5 suitable employers or HR agencies that can help you. Once you have found a job and your prospective employer needs assistance with the employment license application in Malta, we can introduce you to legal counsel that specializes in work permit assistance.
Important: Our service fees are non-refundable as soon as your CV has been submitted.