Foreign nationals

Il Poliziotto di Quartiere

Foreign nationals - that is non-EU citizens - may enter Italy provided that they hold both a valid passport and, if required, an entry visa issued in their country of origin.

As soon as foreign nationals enter Italy they should apply for a residence permit based on the same motivations specified on their entry visa.

A residence permit is not required for business, tourism, short visits or study, provided that the stay does not exceed 3 months.

EU nationals do not need a residence permit to stay in Italy.


  • Visa
    Types of visa: who should apply and on what basis.
04/10/2013
(modificato il 27/11/2014)


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