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Retire in Calabria in Italy

Italy’s southern region of Calabria is the toe of the Italian boot, a peninsula surrounded by the incredible Tyrrhenian Sea on the west coast, the Ionian Sea on the east, and separated from Sicily by the small Strait of Messina, itself steeped in both history and myth. Who Qualifies to Retire in Calabria, Italy While

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Freelance with a calculator | Freelance Visas in Italy
Immigration

Freelance Visas in Italy

Obtaining a Self-Employment Visa in Italy Getting your hands on a freelance visa (Visa for Self-Employment), as a non-EU citizen, is difficult. Not only does the Consulate ask that you have some form of “employment” lined up before arriving in Italy (often a perplexing situation), but you have to go through some additional processes that,

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Immigration

Retire in Abruzzo in Italy

Abruzzo is in the center of Italy, a mere 31 miles from Rome, though historically it has been considered a part of southern Italy both politically and culturally. Its eastern coast is bordered by the Adriatic Sea, with Le Marche to the north, Lazio to the west, and Molise to the south. Living in Abruzzo

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Immigration

Requirements for residency in Italy: all you need to know

Requirements for EU Citizens and Non-EU Citizens All citizens of the European Union have the right to move and reside freely in Italy or within the territory of another Member State other than that of which he/she is a national. Different formalities are required depending on the length of stay (exceeding three months or shorter

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Monumentale in Rome | How to Apply for a Residence Permit in Italy
Immigration

How to Apply for a Residence Permit in Italy

Whether you are a student, a worker or a tourist, anyone staying in Italy for more than 90 days is required to apply for a residence permit. Applying for a Residence Permit Those coming from outside of the EU will need to go through a slightly more difficult process, but one that is made easier

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EU Permanent residency
Immigration

EU permanent residency

After a 5 years of residency in Italy you can convert your temporary permit into an indefinite stay one. The permanent residency is valid across all the EU nations, and it is an important milestone in your immigration path to Italy, because it allows to: Enter Italy with no VISA;Be employed or self-employed with no

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Italian citizenship via ancestor
Immigration

Italian citizenship via jure sanguinis

If you are descended from an Italian citizen, you are likely to be eligible to claim Italian citizenship. Having an Italian ancestor is not enough to claim your Italian citizenship, in fact you must also demonstrate that the citizenship was passed forward from your Italian ascendant to you. Since 1992 Italy allows dual citizenship, meaning

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Freelance VISA

The freelance VISA allows the entry in Italy of a non-EU citizen to undertake freelance or self-employment activities in Italy. Despite other EU countries having issued a digital nomad VISA option, Italy hasn’t, however it allows the freelance VISA for independent workers. This VISA route is extremely complicated to obtain because it is very discretionary

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Study VISA to Italy
Immigration

Study VISA

Italy is a common study destination for non-EU students, whether you decide to take a semester overseas or enroll into an Italian institution, you need to have a VISA to allow your stay in Italy for the duration of your studies. Italian Universities take up students from any country of the world without any discrimination.

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Company managerial position VISA
Immigration

Company managerial position VISA

Can I get a VISA if I set up a company in Italy? This is a common misconception about the corporate position VISA. The only route to VISA via investment is the Italian investor VISA, requiring a substantial outlay of capital to secure your entry to Italy, other than that, setting up an Italian company

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