new procedures for eResidence document application

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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby gozomark » Fri 01 Jan 2016 18:47

what isnt mentioned on that website is that if you live in Gozo, you can apply in Gozo

https://mgoz.gov.mt/en/Pages/Department ... 0Unit.aspx
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby gozomark » Fri 01 Jan 2016 18:59

looks like changed last November

https://identitymalta.com/new/residencepermitsfaqs/

"Do i need to apply in person?

Applications for an eResidence card must be submitted in person at the Department’s office since the applicant would need to submit his biometric photo and electronic signature."
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby SteveGill » Mon 02 May 2016 17:12

Mark, its worth updating that you collect your new cards from Evans Building now, not Melita Street. Its the main reception (straight through the door), not the EU applications department at the side of Evans building :)
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby gozomark » Tue 03 May 2016 07:48

thank you :-)
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby SteveGill » Tue 03 May 2016 17:43

SteveGill wrote:Mark, its worth updating that you collect your new cards from Evans Building now, not Melita Street. Its the main reception (straight through the door), not the EU applications department at the side of Evans building :)

A small update - when you walk in through the door, turn left and you'll see a window in front of you, and possibly a small queue of people. The title beside the window "ID card collection" kind of gives it away :D

Only takes 1 minute - hand over your docs, they go away, bring back your file with the card in an envelope, get you to sign one slip of paper and you're done. Took me about 10 minutes due to a few people in front of me.
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby Bia06 » Tue 03 May 2016 18:12

Hello, I have 3 children (age from 3 to 12). Do I really need to bring all of them all the way to Valletta Evans building to pick the residence card? Would not the Mother alone suffice? Thanks for a feedback.
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby SteveGill » Tue 06 Nov 2018 21:11

I'm off to Evans building tomorrow to change my address on my ID card, and to change from self-sufficient to employed.

Taking:
- Original passport
- Photocopy of passport
- Original ID card (with old address obviously)
- Photocopy of ID card (probably not necessary)
- Employment Contract
- CEA Form A
- ETC engagement form (downloaded from jobsplus website)
- Form ID1A, with "change in address" ticked

I'll let you know how I get on!
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Re: new procedures for eResidence document application

Postby gozomark » Wed 07 Nov 2018 06:37

I would also take recent bank/credit card statements proving you have been here for the last three months - its not on the official list, but they are asking for this in Gozo, at least for self sufficient applicants, and presumably also self employed (maybe not employed)
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