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minimum money you need to bring in the country

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minimum money you need to bring in the country

Postby bennylas » Sat 27 Dec 2008 18:48 GMT

Hello,


We are 2 EU citizens and we will either look for a job or will be self employed in a later period.
I read the topic before, but is there really no minimum of money you need to bring in the country.

thanks.
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Postby Mr Kriss » Sat 27 Dec 2008 21:38 GMT

The main judgement is that you will not be a burden on the state. Provided that you have capital, income, and/or insurance that demonstrates this point then no problem. The money can be anywhere in the world; it does not need to be in Malta at all, and it doesn't need to be excessive, you just have to conivnce a bureaucrat somewhere that you can support yourself.
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Postby gozomark » Sat 27 Dec 2008 23:32 GMT

as a broad guideline, its assumed you need minimum wage to survive - in Malta thats about € 600 per month
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Postby bennylas » Sun 28 Dec 2008 14:09 GMT

Thanks for your replies.
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Postby gozomark » Sun 28 Dec 2008 14:16 GMT

pleasure - freedom of movement is one of the key points of the EU, and the intention is that there are no more barriers to you moving from country A to Country B than in moving within country A. Malta has applied the theory somewhat better than some other EU countries eg France...), and makes it about as painless as it could be
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