Post-Brexit guidance and assistance for UK citizens moving to or living in Italy
Until December 31, 2020 UK citizens will be able to enjoy their EU free movement rights in all EU countries, and therefore can continue to live, work and study in Italy as they did before 31 January 2020 (Transition Period). Italian Law provides for that Brits, like any other EU nationals, who intend to stay in Italy for a period exceeding three months should register with the Anagrafe (Register Office) of the Municipality where they live.
Mazzeschi has launched a Brexit helpdesk to act as a point of advice and assistance for UK citizens moving to or living in Italy. Our flexible structure allows us to assist clients throughout Italy.
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