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The "Marco Polo" Project was launched in Italy in 2005. It was created to promote the Italian university system in China and facilitate Chinese students' access to Italian university institutions.
A spouse visa in Italy can be obtained if a foreigner is a spouse/partner of an Italian citizen. However, it must be noted that the Italian law does not offer a single visa issued for this specific purpose, but rather a foreigner can apply for a family visa, which can also be issued for spouses.
According to a recent survey, Rome is the top destination for an unforgettable wedding.
Where you can plan to celebrate it?
If you decide to settle in Italy, you'll probably need to have your academic title officially recognized. (If you want to know more, email me).
That's no easy feat. You truly need an expert. So just go on and read my interview with Michela de Julio, the expert for Italy.
Buying a house in Italy as a non-resident involves several steps and considerations. Here are some general guidelines, but keep in mind that the specific requirements may vary based on your nationality, the region in Italy, and any changes in regulations.
If you want to immigrate from Australia to Italy, there are certain legal aspects that you should take into consideration. In most cases, issuing a visa for Italy from Australia will be necessary. When arriving in Italy, the applicant must accept all the steps to have the required visa.
The Register of Italians living abroad (A.I.R.E.) was established by Law No. 470 of October 27, 1988, and contains the data of Italian citizens living abroad for over twelve months.
Italy, with its rich history, beautiful landscapes, and vibrant culture, is a popular destination for expatriates. Whether you're moving for work, study, or a change in lifestyle, this guide will help you navigate the relocation process smoothly.
Over the past few weeks I have been talking with some very interesting professionals about Italian dual citizenship. But there are several reasons why someone would settle in Italy, and this is the realm of relocation and global mobility experts such as Damien O’ Farrell. Read on this fascinating interview!
I'm Natalia Bertelli, an English/Spanish to Italian legal translator. Since 2008 I have been working on contracts, judicial deeds, certificates, corporate translations for foreign clients who want to do business in Italy, get a dual citizenship or simply settle in my beautiful country.