Here are some links on Visa and Entry Requirements for Italy:
VISA AND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- Visa for Italy – "Entering Italy" – In English, French, Italian, Spanish – Source: Ministero degli Affari Esteri (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
- Where to apply for a visa
- Visa Fees
- Visa System and the Entry of Aliens into Italy and the Schengen Area
- Visas – "Who needs a visa and documentation required" – Source: Guide: Italy – section of Just Landed
- 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™
- Residence Permits, Permesso di Soggiorno, Carta di Soggiorno & Carta d'Identita in Italy – Source: AngloINFO in Italy
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on Consulate Jurisdictions for the Embassy of.Italy and Consulates General in the USA , dated Friday, February 23, 2007
- Info About Embassy and Consulate Listings For Italy *, dated Tuesday, October 17, 2006
- Info for Visas and Permits for Italy *, dated Thursday, December 08, 2005
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That's it for Friday, 30 March 2007: venerdì, 30 marzo 2007.
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