Malta Employment Renewal Form
The Malta employment renewal form is in the shape of a card that is provided by the Malta Directorate of Employment. It has a blue cover and is printed with the words “Malta Employment Renewal” on it.
If you are working the comlany that they have their own business you need to fill form cea form c1. And if you are working with company that they don’t have their business and they are giving outsourcing services then you need to fill form c1.1
Please enter your personal details:
✓ Enter your social security number ✓ Enter your name (as written on passports) ✓ Enter your date of birth (dd-mm-yyyy)
✓ Enter your address (street, number, postal code, town or village)
✓ Enter your contact telephone number ✗ Enter your email address
If you have worked for more than one employer you should send more than one application form. Please type the name of each employer in the relevant field.
✓ Enter the name, address, telephone number and e-mail address of your first employer ✓ Enter the type of employment (full time or part time) you had before moving to this job ✓ Enter the geographical location where you worked
before, e.g. country, town or village
✓ Enter the name, address, telephone number and e-mail address of your second employer ✓ Enter the type of employment (full time or part time) you had before moving to this job ✓ Enter the geographical location where you worked before, e.g. country, town or village
If your employment lasted less than six months you should return this application form in person to our Valletta office within 21 days with a written explanation:
The Employment Office will then contact Malta Labour Centre(MLC) to search for information on your previous employers which may include payment records that will be assessed to determine if any arrears are due by either party and finalise an employment certificate.
The Employment Office will forward this application form to Malta Labour Centre(MLC) for the relevant employer confirmation, which may include information on your previous employers such as:
Labour Code (Cap 200 of the Laws of Malta) regulates arrangements for renewal of work permits in Malta and provides that if you are renewing your residence permit at the same time as your employment permit, it is possible to submit one renewal application form. The other renewal application forms must be submitted separately. The period for renewal can only be extended by a maximum of three months beyond expiry date stated on original card issued. That means that even though applicant’s employer would like his/her employee to stay in Malta with their permission beyond the expiry date of their residence permit, the employee cannot do so and will have to return to his/her country.
You should not sign your name on the renewal form until you take an appointment at the Employment office in Malta.