ITALIAN RESIDENCY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

7 THINGS YOU SHOULD PROBABLY KNOW BEFORE MAKING A DECISION

With the Brexit deadline imminent and a ‘no deal’ scenario very possible many of our UK clients are posing the question as to whether or not to become Italian residents. Albeit that we don’t yet know what individual deal the UK might strike with Italy, here are 7 things you should probably know:
In order to obtain first temporary and then permanent residency, you will need to:
Apply - like all non-EU citizens - for a visa issued in your country of origin for either work, study or family reasons. (Being a home owner, as long as you are self-supporting, is also a valid reason to request residency).
 Apply for a Permesso di soggiorno (permit to stay) on arrival in Italy
Provide proof that you are self-supporting (i.e. bank statements/work contract - a minimum of circa E.6000 is required )
Obtain private or national medical insurance
Register at the local anagrafe (registry office)
After 5 years of continuous residency in Italy, you can apply for permanent residency and ultimately, citizenship.
Team, 07/12/2020 11:15:11
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