Consulate General of Switzerland in Valletta

Important message concerning access to the counters of our representation

Please note that the counters of this representation in Rome are currently accessible to the public by appointment from Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 12:00. Appointments can be requested by phone at +39(0)6 809 571 or by email at

Currently, appointments at our representation are fixed only in case of proven necessity.

07.10.2021 - Information for clients visitors (PDF, 464.6 kB, Italian)

Information regarding visa

Malta: Entry requirements

For information on entry requirements into Malta, please refer to the competent Maltese Authorities or check the following websites:

Attention: Starting from 14.07.2021, only tourists showing a recognized vaccine certificate will be exempted of the mandatory quarantine on entry to Malta – Information by the Ministry for Health

All travellers are required to present a completed Digital Passenger Locator Form.

Travellers without a valid vaccine certificate, with confirmation of the completed cycle of vaccination more than 14 days ago, will need to show valid proof of a negative PCR-test result (not older than 72 hours).

Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs: COVID-19 Info

Travel advice for Malta (fr)

Re-open Eu - Malta - information from the European Union about the re-opening of Europe

Certificate of life OASI

The annual verification of the existence of OASI/DI will be modified by 01.01.2022. The life and civil status certificate will no longer be sent to all the beneficiaries. The concerned beneficiaries will be informed by the Swiss Compensation Office (SCO) and the DI Office for people living abroad (OAIE) by mail. The letter will be sent a month prior to the month when you usually received the life and civil status certificate (e.g. if you received the life and civil status certificate in January, you will receive the letter in December). Please contact us (, if you have received neither the letter nor the life and civil status certificate.

This representation supports Swiss citizens who find themselves in need because of illness, an accident or theft while travelling. It also informs the responsible Swiss representation.

Please note that because this is an honorary representation without consular authority, it does not issue visas or Swiss passports.

You can find the responsible Swiss representation on the right of this page under “Consular district”.