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Opening Hours


The Embassy of the Republic of Malta in Paris is open from MONDAY to FRIDAY, 09.30 to 13.00, and from 14.00 to 17.30. MONDAY to FRIDAY for visa applications, 10.00 to 12.00, and from 14.00 to 16.00.


An appointment is required for visa applications. Please call on (+33) or send an email on to book an appointment or to request further information on the visa application process.


Due to seasonal large number of applications, an appointment may not be available for several weeks. Applicants must book their appointments in good time before travel. 


The Embassy of the Republic of Malta in Paris will remain closed on the following dates:


Date (2018)


1 January 2018

New Year’s Day

30 March 2018

Good Friday

2 April 2018

Easter Monday

1 May 2018

Labour Day

8 May 2018

Victory Day – World War II

10 May 2018


7 June 2018

Sette Giugno

15 August 2018


21 September 2018

Independence Day

1 November 2018

All Saints

13 December 2018

Republic Day

25 December 2018

Christmas Day



  • At the Consulate – 23 RUE D’ARTOIS, PARIS, 75008

Visa applicants may submit their applications in person directly at the Consulate in 23 RUE D’ARTOIS, PARIS, 75008, via appointments only.  Biometric data will be collected during the appointment using a quick, discreet, and non-intrusive process that captures a facial image with a digital camera and a fingerprint scan with a digital finger scanner. Your face must be clearly visible for a photograph to be taken.


Click here for further information on whether you need to apply for a Schengen visa for your travel to Malta.


Click here for information for non-EU nationals who are family members to EU nationals.


Click here to download an Application for Schengen Visa. Additional documentation needs to be provided to support the application form. Refer to the section below for more information.


Mere possession of a visa does not confer an automatic right of entry to the Schengen zone. Visa holders are requested to present proof that they fulfil the entry conditions at the external border.

  • Required Documentation

Visa applications must be in writing with all details filled in. The application must be wholly and legibly completed, and signed by the applicant. The applicant must also provide:


(a)  A valid travel document (passport), validity of which must not be less than 3 months.

(b)  A recent passport-size photograph, in colour, and taken against a white background, with face clearly visible.

(c)   The visa fee. Refer to the visa fee section below.

(d)  A travel medical insurance covering emergency medical, hospitalisation, and repatriation (including in case of death). The minimum cover should be of EUR 30,000. This insurance must be valid for the entire Schengen area and throughout the duration of the stay.

(e)  Supporting documentation: purpose of visit, means of transport (such as a valid flight return ticket), means of subsistence during the journey and stay, and accommodation arrangements.


The Consulate may ask applicants for any other supporting documents it deems necessary. To this effect, it is recommended that applicants contact the Consulate or External Service Provider beforehand for further details.


Further information on what documentation is required can be found at and at

  • Application Processing


Applications for Schengen Short-Stay Visas (C Visas) can be lodged within 3 months prior to the planned trip. Applications are in most cases reviewed within 7-15 days. In individual cases, the review period can be extended up to 30 days, and in exceptional cases up to 60 days. Some Schengen States require that they are consulted on visa applications submitted to other Schengen States by citizens of certain countries. The consultation process may take up to 7 calendar days. Such consultation is currently required for nationals of the countries listed on the following list.


It is recommended not to lodge a visa application later than 15 days prior to the planned trip, as it cannot be otherwise guaranteed it will be reviewed in time. Holders of multiple-entry Schengen Short-Stay Visas can lodge a visa application before this visa has expired, provided it has been valid for at least 6 months.


The Embassy will not be liable to loss of travel expenses due to late submission of applications.

  • Passports and Fees


Passports must be valid for at least 3 months after the intended date of departure from Malta for a single entry Schengen visa.


Kindly note that only passports that have been issued during the past ten years can be endorsed with a visa. If your passport was issued more than 10 years ago and has been extended, the application might not be processed. Applicants are kindly requested to apply for a new passport at their Embassy or High Commission.


Visa Fees

Schengen Visa


Schengen Visa (0-6 Years)


Schengen Visa (6-12 Years)


Schengen Visa (Family Members of EU and Swiss Nationals)


Schengen Visa (for Countries with Visa Facilitation Agreements)



Payment is done in € cash only, and depending on the exchange rate on the date of the application. Cheques are not acceptable. No visa fees are refundable whatever the outcome of the application.

  • Right to Appeal


Visa applications undergo careful consideration and might be refused. Applicants who have been refused or have had their visa annulled or revoked, have the right to appeal against such decisions to the Immigration Appeals ​Board within 15 days of the notification of such decision.


Full information can be found within the refusal letter once delivered to the applicant. Such letters also include the reasoning behind the refusal decision. Any communication to the Immigration Appeals Board should be addressed as follows:


            The Secretary

            Immigration Appeals Board

            109, Triq Zekka

            Valletta VLT 1517



Or via email on the following address:


Embassy of Malta in Paris
23 rue d'Artois, (2nd floor), 75008 Paris, France 
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