FULL SUPPORT FOR A LEGAL STAY
A&P provides full assistance with immigration services to Italy.
We help EU and non-EU citizens coming to Italy for various reasons.
Studio A&P supports companies and individuals with all the Italian immigration requirements for work reasons and other activities.
Whether you need an Italian Visa, extend your residence permit or even request the Italian Citizenship, at A&P you will find local experts of the Italian Jurisdiction to help you apply for the best solution for your stay in Italy.
The first thing you need to make sure of when planning to immigrate to Italy is the type of Visa you need to enter the Country.
The immigration process to Italy basically depends on the activity you intend to do and how long you plan to stay. Your nationality (EU or Extra-EU) also determines whether or not you need to apply for further permits.
Make sure you apply for the right type of Visa.
Notify your entry to the Italian Authorities.
If you intend to immigrate to Italy for work activities, you should know there are different types of Italian Work Visas, each one with its own requirements and permissions.
If you are looking for the Digital Nomad Visa in Italy, please be aware that it is still to be approved.
Italian companies can apply for the Italian ICT visa to transfer non-EU workers hired by foreign entities of the same group.
The Italian Blue Card allows specialized workers to stay in Italy on an employment contract.
The Italian Business Visa allows you enter Italy for specific business reasons, without physically working.
For the transfer of non-EU workers to Italy for services under a service agreement.
All the other Italian Visas that are not required to carry out work activities: from the basic ones like the tourist visa, up to investments, retiring in Italy and much more.
If you have a valid Italian visa or residence permit, you can bring you family to Italy with the Italian Family Reunion Visa.
The Italian Internship Visa allows non-EU students or recent graduates who wish to apply and carry out an internship in Italy.
For non-EU citizens, the Italian Startup Visa is the perfect solution if you are willing to open an innovative business in Italy.
If you have enough economic resources (no work allowed), you can move to Italy with the Elective Residence Visa.
Apply for the type C or D of the Italian Student Visa to enroll at University Programs in Italy.
Just the basic Italian Tourist Visa to visit the Country. However, you cannot stay for more than 90 days.
After getting the Visa and notifying the Authorities of your entry, you should consider some crucial details that will determine your stay in Italy.
If you plan to stay in Italy for more than 90 days, you shall apply for an Italian residence permit or register your residence in Italy, depending on your case. Ultimately, you can also check if you have the conditions to apply for the Italian citizenship.
For non-EU citizens planning to stay more than 90 days.
For both non-EU and EU citizens staying for more than 90 days
Get the same rights as if you were born and raised in Italy.
This is intended to be the document issued to non-EU citizens in possession of the requisites (authorization and/or visa) to stay for long periods (over 90 days).
It is the endorsement required to foreign citizens allowed to remain in Italy on a mid-long term. It is issued by the local police. The application has to be submitted within 8 days from entrance into the Italian territory and foreseen also an appointment for fingerprinting as well as the final one for the collection.
To be legal on the Italian territory, each non-EU Citizen needs to always carry a valid resident permit, to avoid being banned from Italy.
It takes 3 – 6 months to get a residence permit (timescale may differ depending on the type of permit).
If the duration of the stay exceeds 90 days, the Italian law currently in force provides that both EU citizens and non-EU citizens apply for registration at the Municipality of residence. Likewise, dependent family members must follow the same procedure.
It is the registration at the town hall of common residency.
It is mandatory for EU citizens staying longer than 90 days. In addition to that, it is highly suggested to non-EU citizens in order to allow them to actively participate to the Italian life.
To fulfill a mandatory requirement (EU citizens) and/or to have the possibility to be granted some important services.
Being a resident of an Italian town hall grants the foreigner the right to get a bank account at advantageous rates, get the ID card and have the possibility of purchasing a car and/or of converting or getting an Italian driving license, etc.
It takes 1 – 2 months to get registered at the town hall of residency (timescale may differ depending on the Town Hall).
The Italian Citzenship grants you the same right as if you were born and raised in Italy.
Foreigners can apply for the citizenship in Italy if they fall under one of the following categories:
It can be acquired if applicants fall within specific cases of birth or adoption.
For specific cases of birth on the Italian territory.
The Italian citizenship by descent is granted upon verification of the applicant’s bloodline with the first Italian ancestor emigrated abroad.
In case of spouse being an Italian national. Eligible if married for at least 3 years (resident abroad) or living in Italy for 2 years after the marriage.
After living in Italy for prolonged periods of time.
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