NEW ITALIAN RESIDENT
Whether you’re arriving in Italy as an Italian Dual Citizen, on a Visa, or a couple with a combination of both, and you plan to live for more than three months, you will need to establish legal residency.
But, like so many of our past students before they enrolled in Residency Lab, you may be confused, don’t know what documents to bring or worse, have not registered at all…
You've probably also been lead down a zillion rabbit holes by pseudo experts that have zero accountability for your success. And the only thing you know for certain, is that you need help.
If that’s the case — The Residency Lab is the roadmap you need to plan, prepare and apply for your residency in Italy.
Are you ready to take care of business and establish your residency the right way the first time and have the confidence to do it yourself?
This is the foundation of what "residency" is in Italy, who can apply for it, when you should begin the process plus the wide variety of benefits that come with establishing residency in Italy.
Establishing your residency in Italy is a five-step process beginning with identifying what documents you need, where you need to go, getting clear on what each step involves, and how long it takes.
In some cases, establishing Italian residency is mandatory, in others it is an option. Establishing legal residency in Italy will have an impact on your taxes as well as benefits as a new resident of Italy. This Lab will cover them all so you can make a sound decision on what's best for you.
Whether you are a non-eu citizen on a Visa, a Dual Italian Citizen, and EU Citizen or a couple with a combination of the two, there are specific steps you need to take - and timing is Key.
LET'S BREAK it DOWN
NEW ITALIAN RESIDENT
SO LET'S MAKE IT SUPER EASY FOR YOU TOO!
With the right information and guidance, you can complete your Italian residency on your own.
Taking residency in Italy is a big step, but one that has many benefits like the ability to apply for healthcare, buy a car, get discounts on your utilities and more.
But the process, can feel overwhelming and confusing for many.
All you need is some guidance, support and someone to help you understand exactly what you need to do and when to do it.
Have total clarity on what Italian Residency is and what it isn't, and if you need it
Know exactly what documents you need depending on your citizenship and your entry pathway
Understand the timing and benefits to establishing residency
Be confident and prepared for your residency application before you arrive in Italy
Get access to The Italian Residency Lab as soon as you enroll!
Once inside, you can start to watch the pre-recorded videos and modules step-by-step
Get access to the special guidebook and document checklists to keep you on track.
This will be your go-to when planning your move to Italy. Starting from one year out, you will get a checklist of important tasks to do from 12 months, 6 months, 3 months and arrival. Plus a handy document checklist for residency to make sure you have everything you need!
So let's get started!
You will get full access to all recorded videos and lessons that you can watch as you like. In total, there are over 12 mini lessons to review.
Frequently Asked Questions
You should enroll in the Residency Lab if you plan to live in Italy for more than three months. You can take it if you are in the early stages of planning your move all the way to being present in Italy.
We cannot guarantee that you will get approved for Residency. Samantha does not have any influence over the Italian immigration and local comune decisions on your application, no one does. However, you will learn many valuable tips and strategies to increase your chances of success - the same ones her private clients have used to get their residency approved.
You have lifetime access to all materials for as long as we are offering this course.
Once you register, you will be sent access to our private platform where you can log in and access all course materials.
No. You should only take this course if you are planning to move to Italy for more than 90 days. Part time living and/or second home ownership does not qualify you for residency.