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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 11:08 am    Post subject: Permits in Italy Reply with quote

Hi I have just arrived here in Italy and have conflicting info re required paperwork. Am an EU member and have been told I need several different things..what exactly do I need to work here legally? where do I get it from and how long does it all take?? Am looking to be a permenant resident here..can anybody help!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 7:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

As an EU member, your paperwork should be relatively easy.

The first thing you need is a codice fiscale - a tax number. Go to your nearest Ministry of Finance with your passport, and they will issue you with a number straightaway. You also need to give them an address so that they can send you your number on a card.

Then you need a permesso di soggiorno. Go to your local questura, and queue up to fill in the form. At this point, they may ask you for proof that you are working. If you've already got some sort of freelance contract from a school, this should be enough. Sometimes, but not always, they ask for a E111.

After you fill in your permesso di soggiorno form, you have to wait 2 - 4 weeks, then you go back to the questura and pick it up. It'll be valid from anything between 1 year to "indeterminato". All this time the questura have your passport, so you won't be able to leave Italy.

To get residence, you need to go to your local municipality and go through the formalities. A vigile will come round to make sure you live where you say you live, you'll need to fill out more forms, and you'll need some proof of residence. If you're subletting, this could be difficult, but if you rent direct, you can get your landlord / landlady to photocopy their documents and declare you are an official tenant.

Welcome to Italy!
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