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I am nishan and I am from Sri Lanka. At the moment am working in Maldivies as a waiter.and my basic salary is 1000 us dollar plus fixed service charge as 350 dollars. I am working one year with this company and we ( my wife and my son) want to go to Europe (Malta) for visit like 5 days.

My wife has fixed deposit worth 1.5 million srilankan rupees since 2014. We will pay our hotel reservations and the airline tickets from that fixed deposit as well the rest from me.as well my wife has credit card. I have property and my own vehicle.

As well we have been to few countries like Singapore, Malaysia and Dubai. I have worked in Qatar. As well my wife studied in UK period of 2 years.but I have no sponsor and Italian embassy doing the Malta visa in Srilanka.

Do you think this will OK for our visit visa or do I need more.if any one can advise me appreciate. Best regards.

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I don't see why there will be any problems.

Just attach everything you mentioned to your visa application (tickets, reservations, proof of wage for you & deposit balance for your wife) and fill the form correctly. Be sure to apply in advance (one month will be okay, two weeks might work)

  • What is the minimum bank for be months in euros – jayalath Jul 25 '17 at 15:39
  • I mean bank balance for 3 months in euroes – jayalath Jul 25 '17 at 15:39
  • @jayalath "According to the information provided by the European Commission, a foreign national who wants to enter the territory of Malta, while applying for a Malta Visa it needs to attest owning 48€/day for the period of stay". So if you're coming for five days, it better be at least 250 euro equivalent, 300 euro to be on safe side of one-off days. For three months it should be more but still with 1.5 mln LKR you have nothing to worry about – alamar Jul 25 '17 at 15:43
  • Thank you.and my job is waiter it's not an issue if am I right? – jayalath Jul 25 '17 at 15:46
  • How can we booked train ticket or ferry ticket for in malta for embassy purpose – jayalath Jul 26 '17 at 6:55

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