Here are the links for Visas and Permits for Italy:
VISAS AND PERMITS
- Entry Requirements for Visitors to Italy – Italy for Visitors – Source: About.com
- Entry visa – In English, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic – Source: A Sud del Sud
- Italy Visa Information – Source: Learn4good Net : A network of websites listing Schools, Job Opportunities & Accommodation
- Italy Visa Information – Source: Anywork Anywhere
- Italy Visas and Residency – Source: International Living™
- Permits To Stay – Source: Just Landed
- Resident permit – In English, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic – Source: A Sud del Sud
- Residence Permits, Permesso di Soggiorno, Carta di Soggiorno & Carta d'Identita in Italy – Source: AngloINFO in Italy
- visiting Italy long term – The legal requirements – Source: romebuddy.com
- Visa for Italy – Source: the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministero degli Affari Esteri) – In English, French, Italian, Spanish
- Visa System and the Entry of Aliens into Italy and the Schengen Area – Source: the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministero degli Affari Esteri)
- Carta d'Identità
- Codice Fiscale
- Permesso di Soggiorno (PdiS)
- Permesso di Soggiorno (PdiS) – Permit to Stay – Source: Expats In Italy
- Il permesso di soggiorno – Source: POLIZIA di Stato – In Italian Only
- Questura site for Permessos etc. – Source: POLIZIA di Stato – In Italian Only
- Permit to Stay – In multiple languages – Source: Stranieri in Italia S.r.l.
- Permit of Stay – Source: Ethnoland® – Parts of this web site are in Italian
- Source: one the Italian Ministries:
- LIVE AND WORK IN ITALY – TEXT FOR THE CITIZENS OF THE NEW MEMBER STATES March 2004 – Source: Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche Sociali
- SEE ALSO:
- Info about Driving License for Italy *, dated Tuesday, April 17, 2007
- Info on Visa and Entry Requirements for Italy *, dated Tuesday, March 30, 2007
- Info on Consulate Jurisdictions for the Embassy of.Italy and Consulates General in the USA , dated Friday, February 23, 2007
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Friends and Family in Italy
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Unlike in the United States, Italians are required to have a national identification card, Carta d'Identità, and to keep it in their possession at ALL times. In addition, for those individuals coming to Italy from the United States to study, work or for an extended stay (greater than 90 days) and who are NOT EU citizens and passport holders, will be required to have a Permesso di Soggiorno (PdiS) – Permit to Stay. You will also be required to keep these documents in your possession. The police can stop you at anytime and demand to see the Carta d'Identità and Permesso di Soggiorno. Failure to produce them and show them to the police will result in you being taken into custody until the matter is resolved to their satisfaction.
You can drive in Italy on a valid driver's license from your home state in the U.S. with an Intermational Driving Permit (IDP) for 1 year. After a year, you will be required to take a written test in Italian or in some regions in English on one day and on a different day, a separate driving test to get an Italian drivers license plus submit a doctor's certificate of medical capability and certain prepaid fees. There is an option for an oral examination.
That's it for Thursday, 8 December 2005: giovedì, 8 dicembre 2005
Today’s quote is an Neapolitan Italian proverb, author unknown.
"Fa chello ca dic'i', e nu cchiello ca facc'i."
"Do what I say, and not what I do."