As from the coming into full force of the Freedom of Information Act (Cap. 469), the public can apply for access to internal MITA documents. Such access is granted in accordance with the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (Cap. 469) to eligible persons defined as a person resident in Malta for a period of at least five (5) years and who is either a citizen of Malta, a European Union Member State or any other State having a treaty arrangement with the European Union granting citizens of that State the right to be treated in Malta in the same manner as citizens of European Union Member States.
Eligible persons may request information by filling in the Request for Information Form available here. A hard copy of the form is also be available at the MITA Reception for the public to collect.
Requests for information are to be addressed to the Freedom of Information Officer in writing, whether by mail, fax or email as specified below. The request should clearly state that it is being made in terms of the Freedom of Information Act (Cap. 469) and should include the postal address at which notices under the Freedom of Information Act may, if necessary, be sent to the applicant.
Applicants are advised to be precise and to give as much information as possible to aid in the identification of the records containing the information requested.
Requests for information will be chargeable where access to a record is granted in terms of the Freedom of Information Act (Cap. 469). The fee shall be chargeable in accordance with the First Schedule of the Fees chargeable by Public Authorities for Access to Documents Regulations issued under the Act by Legal Notice 158.
Request for information will be received at anyone of the following:
Address: MITA, Gattard House, National Road, Blata L-Bajda, HMR 9010
Fax: +356 2123 4710
The public may request further information at:
Tel: +356 2123 4710
Office hours: Monday to Friday 8.00 am - 5.00 pm