I'm in the process of traveling to Malta for work.

I had my client apply for me and he submitted all my docs(listed here) to Identity Malta (their foreign affairs people). My application was accepted and I received an approval letter. I am now to use this letter to get my passport stamped with a visa.

But I'm not sure on how to go about doing this.

Should I go the Embassy or VFS? I emailed the Malta Embassy but they still haven't got back to me. And I only have 50 days remaining for me to complete this process.

I contacted VFS and they were talking to me as if I'm a new applicant, asking for all the docs I already submitted. I tried explaining to them but they wouldn't understand.

This is what the letter looks like: Letter

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    It says to go to the Maltese consulate (Delhi) for your visa, then go to Malta (before March 13) to complete the rest of the process (the four bullet points).
    – Giorgio
    Feb 6, 2017 at 15:13
  • @Dorothy I'm on my way to Delhi, 1600 KM away from home. No appointment what so ever was booked. Hope things work out
    – Rusty
    Feb 6, 2017 at 18:44
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    All should be well. I'm sure you have this: the High Commission is located at N60 Panchsheel Park, phone +91 11 4767 4900. The hours are Monday to Friday from 0900hrs to 1700hrs. There is a note that Any visa-related queries must be submitted by email. Information related to visa applications cannot be provided via the emergency mobile number. [email protected] Bon chance.
    – Giorgio
    Feb 6, 2017 at 23:52

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In the letter you received, it directs you to visit the Maltese Consulate (Delhi) to obtain your visa.

High Commission of Malta
N60 Panchsheel Park, New Delhi, Delhi 110017
Hours: Monday to Friday from 0900hrs to 1700hrsbr> Email: [email protected]

You must then travel to Malta within 60 days (i.e., before March 13), to complete the remainder of the process:

Attend the department for Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs,submit your biometrics, and present:

  • your residence in Malta
  • local health insurance coverage
  • your qualifications and reference letters (originals)
  • chest X-ray

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