Identity Malta has been split into three new agencies as part of a ‘broad reform’ of the agency
The government announced this morning that Identity Malta, the agency dealing with Visas, residence permits, and other identification documents, has been split into three separate agencies.
The changes were implemented through a legal notice on their change in operations.
In a statement, the reforms secretariat said the changes were part of a wider reform, with each entity having its own chairman, CEO and board of directors.
“The mechanism ensures that there is coordination in policy drawn up Identity Malta,” read the statement. “To this end, a number of directors among the five in each agency will be common to the three agencies.”
The secretariat said that through this system, there would be greater transparency on the three agencies’ processes.
Non-executive chairman – Ian Castaldi Paris
Chief executive – Anton Sevasta
Non-executive chairman – Frances Mifsud
Chief executive – Jonathan Cardona
Non-executive chairman – Nadette Azzopardi
Chief executive – Roderick Cutajar