Other Consular Services

Other Consular Services

Applying for a Maltese Police Conduct

Maltese Police conducts are not issued by the Malta High Commission in London. These can be ordered directly from The Malta Police Force at the following website: https://kondotti.gov.mt/


Repatriation of Human Remains / Scattering of Ashes

Repatriation is carried out according to the International Regulations and under the supervision of the Port Health Authorities.


For more information and latest advice as issued by the Port Health Authorities, please visit the following website: https://deputyprimeminister.gov.mt/en/environmental/Health-Inspectorate/PHS/Pages/Repatriation-of-Human-Remains.aspx

For more information and advice, write to us on consul.london@gov.mt


Getting Married in Malta

For the latest information on getting married in Malta, please visit the Identity Malta website for the latest advice: https://identitymalta.com/services/marriage-registration/

Individual Investor Programme

For more information and the latest advice, please click on the following link: https://iip.gov.mt/

The EU Settlement Scheme

On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom decided to leave the European Union in a process known as Brexit. The UK Government set up the EU Settlement Scheme which is in line with the Withdrawal Agreement and is designed to protect EU Citizens’ Rights and their family members. The EU Settlement Scheme is a UK Home Office application process, that nearly all EU citizens and their family members must complete to protect their future residence in the UK. The immigration status that is granted by the EU Settlement Scheme is called “Settled Status” or “Pre-settled Status” if you have not lived in the UK for longer than 5 years.  For more information please email us on consul.london@gov.mt



For all pensions queries please email consul.london@gov.mt to be directed further.

Consul on the Move

The Consul-on-the-Move Programme was launched on 5 May 2016, in accordance with the Passports Office within Identity Malta Agency, and conforms with the Government’s vision to have Governmental services closer to the citizens. It provides a number of Consular services (that are normally available at Maltese Embassies and Consulates) in different locations.

The need for this Programme was mostly felt after the introduction of biometric passports, that led Maltese applicants living abroad to go physically to the nearest Maltese Embassy or Consulate in order to capture biometric data. This was resulting to an inconvenience, especially due to additional expenses related to costs for travel and accommodation.

This Programme is currently available in Australia, Canada, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand. All Consular services currently available at the Maltese Embassies and Consulates continue to remain available.

For certain services provided, an additional administrative fee applies.

In accordance with Legal Notice 221 of 2016, the administrative charge for passport applications is €100 for each application, whilst that for citizenship applications is €50 for each application, over and above other related fees.  

The updated list of the provisional scheduled visits for 2020 can be accessed here.


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