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

The Embassy of Malta in Paris provides the following services:


·   Passports

·   Citizenship

·   Authentication of Documents

·   Legalisation

·   Marriage in Malta

·   Visas

·   Public Registry Certificates

·   Residence Schemes

·   Administration of Oaths/Affidavits

·   Other services


Opening Hours

Monday to Friday from 10:00hrs to 12:00hrs and from 14:00hrs to 16:00hrs to deposit visa applications.

It is advisable to call for an appointment particularly if the Consul’s presence is deemed necessary. Please call on: (+33) or email on: to book an appointment. Communication with the visa section is strictly only in writing.


1.                  Passports

New Maltese passports are biometric and issued by the Passport Office in Malta. Hence applicants must submit their application in person at the Consulate where their biometric data (photograph, fingerprints and signature) is captured electronically and subsequently transmitted to the Passport Office in Malta for processing. Please call on: ​(+33) or email on: to make an appointment to submit an application. Appointments are scheduled Monday to Friday during the opening hours of the Consulate.

To apply for a new passport, applicants must personally submit the following to the Malta Consulate:






Adult (over 18)

Must attend in person


Must Present a valid form of photographic ID. Example: passport, ID card

Minor (ages 6-17)


Must attend in person and be accompanied by one parent or legal guardian


Section 7 and 8 of application Form A should be duly compiled


Two photos signed by recommender should be presented with application

Child (ages 0-6)


Application must be submitted by the parent/s or legal guardian of the child. The presence of the child is not required.


Section 7 and 8 of application Form A should be duly compiled

Two photos signed by recommender should be presented with application


Important Notes:


1.       Parents attending the Consulate should present their passport as well as the other parent’s passport together with the application of the child or minor.

2.       The photos presented together with the application need to be endorsed (at the back) by the same recommender of section 7 and 8 of the passport application form.

3.       If you are applying for a new passport due to a change in your surname through marriage please provide your marriage certificate and the birth certificate of your spouse together with your application. If you were married outside France or Malta please provide legalised/apostilled copies of the required certificates.

4.       First time passport applications:


i. If you have applied for citizenship through the Consulate of Malta, provide us with your certificate or letter of citizenship;

ii. Present a valid form of identification (e.g. passport, Maltese ID card, driving license, etc) when submitting your application form; 

iii. Complete section 8 of the passport application form and present a certified photograph;

iv. If you have not applied for citizenship through the Consulate of Malta in Paris, present your birth certificate and that of your parents and their marriage together with your certificate of citizenship;*

v. If you are applying for a first time passport for your child, provide the child’s birth certificate, your certificate of marriage together with your birth certificate and that of your spouse.*


*There is an additional Courier Fee of €6 for sending your passport in France.


(Passport Application) 

(Birth Registration Form) and (Marriage Registration Form).

(Enquiry Form A) and (Enquiry Form B).


Passport fees:

As from 1st October 2019 the fees and validity of passports are as follows:


PASSPORT FOR ADULT OVER 16 YEARS (Jan to March and Sept to Dec) - €85

PASSPORT FOR ADULT OVER 16 YEARS (Apr to Aug) - €95          

PASSPORT FOR MINORS AGED 10 TO 15 YEARS (valid for 5 years) - €55

PASSPORT FOR MINORS UNDER 10 YEARS (valid for 2 years) - €31

ADMINISTRATION OF OATHS (for passports only) - €11


DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT (issued by authority only) - €40


ALIEN’S PASSPORT (all ages) - €60

SECOND PASSPORT (issued by special authority) - €135




2. Citizenship

Please click on the category which applies to you.

1. My mother was born in Malta and I was born abroad (Application Form I, Checklist Form I “born before 21/09/1964”, and Checklist Form I “born after 21/09/1964”)

2. My spouse is Maltese (Application form B)

3. Minor (Application form M)

4. One or more of my grandparents/great grandparents was/where born in Malta (Application form K) (checklist)

5. My father was born in Malta and I was born abroad before 21/09/1964 (Dual Citizenship Enquiry Form A (CEA16 Dual A) (checklist)

6. My father was born in Malta and I was born abroad after 21/09/1964 but before 1989 (Dual Citizenship Enquiry Form B (CEA17 Dual B) (checklist)


After completing your application, please call the Consulate to make an appointment to submit your application. Any queries should be directed to the Consulate on: (+33) or email: Citizenship applications are processed by the Department of Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs.  The processing time for citizenship applications can take up to a year.  There is no expedited procedure.

For further information click here


Citizenship fees:




Administration Fee​


Total Fee







Application Form B (3 Oaths)




Application Form I (2 Oaths)




Application Form K (2 Oaths)




Application Form M (2 Oaths)





3. Authentication of Documents / Signatures

The Malta Embassy may authenticate official stamps or seals issued by the Maltese Government. For such a request please call: (+33) The fee for this service is €25. 


4. Legalisation

For information on legalisation services at the Embassy, please call: (+33)

The apostille service is only provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If you require an apostille please write to:

For further information and details about apostilles please click here


5. Marriage in Malta

Maltese citizens planning to marry in France should contact the French marriage registry where they intend to marry.

Foreign nationals who wish to marry in Malta should contact the Malta marriage registry by email on: They may also contact the marriage registry by telephone on: +356 2220 9200 or by mail on Public Registry, Evans Building, Merchants Street, Valletta VLT 2000, Malta.

Certificates and information can be obtained at:


6. Visas

Please see Visa Advice for Foreign Nationals​​ page


7. Public Registry Certificates

Birth, marriage, divorce and death certificates may be registered through the Embassy. Only original and apostilled/legalised certificates can be registered. Applications for registration of documents are processed by the Public Registry in Malta and hence the process can take up to a few weeks. The original certificates are kept by the Public Registry in Malta and will not be returned. provides all relative information about how to obtain Maltese registry certificates. Birth, Marriage, Death and Free Status certificates can be ordered online from this link:


8. Residence Schemes

For information on residence schemes offered by the Department for Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs please click on the following link:​

For information residence schemes offered by the Department of Inland Revenue please click here

Applicants wishing to apply under a Residence Scheme may also contact the Embassy.


9. Other Services

The Maltese Consulate may also:


·         Administer oaths, witness signatures and certify true copies of original Maltese documents. 


The fee for this service is €25.

Should you have a request that does not fall into any of the above categories, please contact us on: (+33) or by email on:


* Certificates to be produced MUST BE ORIGINAL certificates from the Registry of the place where the birth/marriage occurred or was registered. These must be apostilled or legalised if they do not originate in Malta or France. Information about birth/marriage certificates issued by the Public Registry in Malta can be retrieved by the Consulate. Hence, please provide us with the accurate dates and names of ascendants (Form CEA27)