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During this period of the Digital nomad world, do you want to move live and work in Italy?
Many places in the North and South of Italy may be suitable to this purpose
What Non-EU Nationals Should Know Before Moving to Italy
Remote working is here to stay, giving many of us the freedom to grab our laptops and bags and move to just about anywhere! Forbes projected that 25% of all professional jobs in North America would be remote by 2022, and remote opportunities will continue to increase through 2023. How great is that? For our readers who are dreaming of Italy, before you scope out your new office in il bel Paese, here’s what you should know about the Digital Nomad Visa for Italy.
Length of Stay
An Italian tourist visa allows you to stay for up to 3 months without returning to your country of origin. With the Digital Nomad Visa, most non-EU nationals can remain in Italy for up to one year with a possibility of renewal.
[Note: EU nationals are entitled to work for an employer or self-employed person in any EU country without needing a work permit.]
Each EU country currently issues a digital nomad visa has its policies and regulations. Some allow eligible citizens to apply online, while others must submit their applications through an embassy or consulate. For Italy, you will most likely need at least:
Most often, utility bills (gas, electricity, and water) must be in your name.
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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.