Do US citizens need a visa to travel to Italy?

Do US citizens need a visa to travel to Italy?

Do US citizens need a visa to travel to Italy? If you are a US citizen planning to travel to Italy, it’s important to know whether or not you’ll need a visa. According to the Italian government, U.S. citizens need a visa to travel to Italy for stays of more than 90 days. Anyone intending to stay in Italy for longer than 90 days must obtain a permit of stay (permesso di soggiorno). However, a visa is not required for US citizens

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What does a foreign document need to be used in Italy?

What does a foreign document need to be used in Italy?

What does a foreign document need to be used in Italy? If you need to register your marriage, divorce, or child’s birth with your Italian Comune, or if you are applying for Italian citizenship and need ​an official transla​tion​ ​of your foreign documents​ in Italian, please send an email to info@vademecumitalia.com and we will send you a quote.  Let’s say that you got married in the US (or UK, or Australia, etc) and that you would like to register your

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How to register your second or third marriage in Italy

How to register your second or third marriage in Italy

How to register your second or third marriage in Italy If you need to register your first, second or third marriage certificate, divorce, or children’s birth certificates with your Italian Comune, we can do it for you. You do not need to go through your local Italian consulate and this will save you months or even years compared to trying to get an appointment with your local consulate and having them send your request and papers to your local muncipality

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Limits to the use of cash in Italy in 2023

Limits to the use of cash in Italy in 2023

Limits to the use of cash in Italy in 2023 ​In Italy, cash transactions are subject to various limits, which are intended to combat money laundering and tax evasion. As of January 1, 2023, thanks to the 2023 Budget Maneuver, the threshold for all payments in cash has been set at € 5,000 (five thousand euros). This means that it is possible to pay in cash sums up to € 4,999.99 and that beyond this threshold, if you pay in

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Do UK citizens need a visa to travel to Italy?

Do UK citizens need a visa to travel to Italy?

Do UK citizens need a visa to travel to Italy? UK citizens do not need a visa to travel to Italy for stays of up to 90 days in any 180-day period for tourism or to attend business meetings. Visits to other countries which are part of the Schengen Area (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland) within

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Positivo negativo letter

Positivo negativo letter

Positivo negativo letterYou are applying for Italian citizenship by descent (Jure Sanguinis) and so, after some research, you now know that one of the first things, if not the first one, you have to do is collect your Italian ancestor’s birth certificate. If you need assistance requesting this “positivo/negativo” letter from your ancestor’s Italian Comune, please send an email to citizenship@vademecumitalia.com and we will send you a quote for the assistance.  Now, when you receive the birth certificate from your

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Brexit – The DEAL

Brexit - The DEAL

The Final Brexit Agreement: EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement Citizens on both sides of the channel were relieved that the Christmas Eve agreement avoided the feared no-deal exit which could have led to dire economic consequences.  The worst case scenario was avoided but much will change between the  EU and UK, nonetheless. On January 1, 2021 the UK left the EU Single Market and Customs Union, as well as all EU policies and international agreements, putting an end to the

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Italian citizenship application: the new 48-month term

Italian citizenship application: the new 48-month term

Italian citizenship application: the “new” 48-month term Please send an email to citizenship@vademecumitalia.com and we will send you a quote for the assistance with your Italian citizenship application from day one to the day you will obtain your Italian passport. Many of our readers have asked us if the new 48-month term applies to new applications only or also to the ones submitted before the new law entered into force. Here’s what you need to know. Law no. 132 dated

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Italian citizenship application: the B1 language requirement

Italian citizenship application: the B1 language requirement

Italian citizenship application: the B1 language requirement Many of our readers have asked us if the B1 level knowledge of the Italian language is a requirement for all applications by marriage. Here’s what you need to know. If you applied before the new Law no. 132/2018 entered into force, or if you hold a long-term EU residency permit, you will not need to pass the language test. Art. 9.1-1 of Law no. 132 dated December 1, 2018 “Conversion into law,

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How can I know if my birth or marriage has been registered with the Comune di Roma?

How can I know if my birth or marriage has been registered with the Comune di Roma?

How can I know if my birth or marriage has been registered with the Comune di Roma? If you need assistance to verify if your birth or marriage has actually been transcribed into the registers of the Comune di Roma, please send an email to assistance@vademecumitalia.com or fill out the Contact us form with your information. We can let you know this extremely important information within a few hours. You proudly became an Italian citizen and your Italian Consulate informed

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