Azzopardi Busietta Advocates: Your Trusted Attorneys
Your Legal Rights Are Our Business
Azzopardi & Busietta Advocates is a law firm situated in Malta with more than 22 years proven and impeccable experience in litigation, dispute resolution and the provision of legal advice. The firm is proud to be associated with a meticulous work ethic, precision and dynamism. Since its establishment, the law firm has successfully represented clients in a myriad of areas of the law, especially in criminal and human rights law, family law, conveyancing, civil and commercial law, both in Malta and abroad, including by representing clients at the European Court of Human Rights and at the European Court of Justice of the European Union. Being entrusted to assist you and to safeguard your rights and interests is a source of signal pride which we cherish.
Dr. Jason Azzopardi
Doctor of Laws (LL.D.)
M.A. (Financial Services)
Dr. Kris Busietta
Magister Juris in European and Comparartive Law, University of Malta
Doctor of Laws - University of Malta
Diploma of Notary Public, University of Malta
Bachelor of Laws (Criminology)
Family Law – Separation / Divorce / Annulment / Care & Custody / Adoption
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Residence & Visas
Malta Residency Program
Malta Permanent Residency Program (MPRP)
Malta Permanent Residency Program (MPRP) is a programme based on property investment and government contribution regulated by L.N. 121 of 2021. The MPRP grants Permanent Residency in Malta under one application to all the successful applicants and qualifying family members for life and aims to attract more foreign investment. Successful applicants can stay indefinitely in Malta and travel visa-free to the Schengen countries. The program also has no minimum physical stay requirements in Malta. The MPRP is based on either a property investment or on the rental of property, together with the payment of a contribution to the government and a donation to charity. Processing takes between 4 to 6 months.
Dr. Kris Busietta is licenced by the Residency Malta Agency as a fully licenced agent (AKM-Busi-22) under the Malta Residency Program.
What are the benefits?
A Malta permanent residence permit to recipient and dependants
Visa-free travel within the Schengen for life
The right to reside, settle and stay indefinitely in Malta
The ability to apply for EU Long Term Residence status and naturalisation as a Maltese citizen after a certain period of residence in accordance with the citizenship laws of Malta
The possibility for the main applicant spouse/partner to add children born or adopted after the approval for the additional investment
The possibility for children of the main applicant and/or their spouse/partner who marry, to add their spouse/partner and any direct dependants
Eligibility may also extend to Applicant’s dependents including spouses or partners in a relationship, children, parents and grandparents under specific terms
Further information can be found in the following link .
From paperwork to communication with authorities, Azzopardi Busietta Advocates can organise and advise you along every step of the application process. We are experienced, and we can make sure that your application conforms to guidelines, so it will be handled by authorities as expediently as possible. We are authorised to submit application forms for the Malta Permanent Residence Programme directly to Malta Residence Visa Agency (MRVA). This means minimal paperwork for you whilst we take care of your application.
Get in touch today !
Get in Touch
7, Triq Cospicua, Paola, Malta
Dr. Jason Azzopardi +356 9947 5981
Dr. Kris Busietta +356 9986 8130
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