192, Old Bakery Street
VLT 08 Malta
Tel: +356 2122 8888
Fax: +356 21 236895
George graduated Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 1979 and obtained a Diploma in European Integration from the University of Amsterdam in 1980. His principal practice areas are Corporate and Civil Law. He acts as legal counsel to a number of local and international firms inter alia (ital) in the fields of transport, insurance and ICT. He is active inTransport Law advising a number of transport companies.
George is active in Immigration Law with strong links in China and South Africa and advises foreign companies to set up in Malta. George is currently Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Malta Arbitration Centre, director on the Board of the Malta Tourism Authority, member of thePermanent Court of Arbitration, and member of the Ethics Committee for Advocates. He is currently serving as Non-Resident High Commissioner of Malta to South Africa.
George is a former Member of Parliament. He also served as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry for Economic Services (1998 and 2003), responsible mainly for competition, consumer protection, intellectual property, and standardisation. He is credited with setting up structures to support and promote Malta’s film industry.
Immigration Law Practice:
The Immigration Act provides for the issuance of residence permits to individuals that apply for retirement, settlement or indefinitestays in Malta.
Upon successfully acquiring a permit to reside in Malta an applicant will be issued with a European e-residence card.
A European e-residence card serves the dual purpose of a residence permit, as well as that of an identification document. The e-residence card is issued by the Department of Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs and is generally renewable an annual basis
Our distinguishing mark is our close and lasting client relationships, some of which still flourish after more than thirty years. This is the keynote of our legal practice at GVTH. It runs like a red thread through all our years of experience, helping us to expand the firm through its many client referrals. This is why we have grown from a family-run law firm in Malta into a leading practice based on the professionalism of our lawyers and the work we carry out for our clients.