The Italian Senate has just approved some modifications to the law on the Investor visa for Italy. In order to enter into force, these changes must be approved by the House of deputies (expected September 14)
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All UK citizens resident in Italy are advised to obtain the new Attestazione di Iscrizione Anagrafica, as per latest circular on residency registration. This is the document attesting UK citizens’ right to reside in Italy for a period longer than 3 months.
Every 3 years The Ministry of Labor and Social Policies, in agreement with the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, sets the number of foreign citizens who can obtain a study visa to enter Italy for the purpose of attending professional training courses and internships.
Starting from July 9 and at least until July 14, entry into Italy from one of the following countries is absolutely not allowed: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic. Individuals who have travelled or stayed in one of these countries in the 14 days preceding the intended entry date in Italy are banned from entering the country.
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After receiving many queries on the current travel regulations for Italy we would like to draw attention to an inaccurate translation on the IATA website which is increasingly creating confusion to individuals intending to travel to Italy.
The so called “Decreto rilancio” (law decree 19 may 2020, no. 34) has been published in the Official gazette with immediate effect, confirming the reduction of the investment required to qualify for the Investor visa in case of investment in Italian companies and innovative startups.