Italy Visa Requirements
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Below is a round-up of some of the different Italy visa options that are available for workers, students or those who want to live in Italy on a short-term basis. For information on long-term or permanent residence, see the Italian Immigration section.
Italian visas for workers
There are several different types of Italian visa available for employed and self-employed foreign nationals who want to work or do business in Italy. The Italy Work Visa section contains Italy visa information for religious workers, performers in the arts and for those seeking a Schengen business visa. For more about getting a stay permit and how to complete your Italian visa application form, contact Global Visas by clicking through to our free assessment.
Study visa in Italy
Italy grants visas to foreign nationals who want to study at Italian universities or join official study abroad schemes. Schengen visas are available for short stays of up to 90 days. For extended periods of study, applicants should fill out a long-term visa application form. To find out more about Italian visa requirements for students, see the Student Visa Italy page, or take the Global Visas free assessment to speak to a consultant.
Schengen tourist and transit visas for Italy
Italy issues Schengen visas for up to 90 days to foreign nationals visiting for tourism or leisure. These can also be issued to minors aged 14-18, who have the necessary parental permission to travel. Children aged under 14 must travel with at least one parent. Contact Global Visas for more information about the Schengen visa application for Italy, including the necessity for medical insurance cover during your stay.
Global Visas can help with your visa requirements for Italy
Global Visas can obtain your visa for Italy on your behalf, saving you time and stress. Our consultants are registered with government bodies all over the world, so they are fully qualified to handle any immigration enquiries. If you need guidance on filling out your Italy visa form or getting an Italy visa appointment, talk to Global Visas. You can get in touch by clicking on the link to take our free assessment.