US military dependents in Italy are now authorized to work remotely for US employers
According to the announcement made by U.S. Army Garrison Italy, dependents of US military members, civilian employees and contractors stationed in Italy who hold a “visto per missione” (Italian mission visa) are now eligible to work remotely for US employers. However, remote working for non-US companies remains unauthorized.
So far, we could not find any official communication or announcement made by the Italian government regarding this news.
The details of the process haven’t been publicly disclosed.
This authorization to telework applies ONLY to dependents of US military members, civilian employees and contractors stationed in Italy who hold a “visto per missione” (Italian mission visa). Telework may be performed from the quarters and remote working for non-US companies remains unauthorized.
For further information (external link): https://home.army.mil/italy/my-garrison-Italy/telework
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