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Whether you are planning to live in a house in the country or an apartment in the city you will need to follow a specific set of rules and procedures to residency that often changes from town to town.
You will need to ensure that you are following the right steps, in the right order and that you have completed the paperwork and applications correctly to ensure you're legally registered in your Comune.
There is a lot to know and you must do it right the first time. We are with you every step of the way.
As an Italian passport holder, you have special benefits, including no Visa and no financial requirement to take residency. You do still need to meet some requirements of residential address, but if you have a spouse that is a Non-EU citizen, there will be some extra steps that you will need to complete.
Your spouse is afforded the same rights as you, however, there are some obligations that you must fulfill to ensure that your residency is registered correctly, that your spouse has the correct permit of stay, and that you have obtained the correct checks and documents for them to be able to work and access other services in Italy.
As a holder of an EU Passport, you maintain the right to live and work freely in any European country without the need for a Visa. This includes Italy.
However, there are still several steps and obligations that you must fulfill to ensure that your residency is registered correctly and that you have obtained the correct checks and documents to be able to work and access other services in Italy.
We can help ensure that your residency is legal, accurate and that you are established in the Comune of your choice.