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Here is the second part of our article on retiring in Italy
In this part, we will examine the costs and the steps to be taken to do it
Apart from the costs that you will need to pay during the process of immigration to Italy – costs associated with the fee of the lawyers, the issuance of the visa, the residence permit and any other immigration formality, persons retiring here will have to calculate the costs of their stay in this country; our immigration lawyers in Italy have prepared a short presentation in this sense:
What are the steps for retiring in Italy?
To immigrate to Italy by applying for an elective residence permit, a foreign citizen must follow a few steps. Below, our team of immigration lawyers in Italy has prepared a short presentation, but if you need more details, feel free to contact our team. These are:
Documents needed when applying for an Italian elective residence visa
To be able to retire in Italy, as a foreigner, you will be required to prepare a set of documents. Once the interview is scheduled, the candidate to withdraw in Italy must prepare the following documents when applying:
It must be noted that the elective residence visa for those who want to retire in Italy has a one-year validity period and can be renewed. Once the candidate arrives in Italy, they must follow the same steps as when applying for an Italian residence permit, meaning they need to register with the police department in the city they live within eight days.
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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.