HOW CAN I MOVE TO ITALY?
It's our most often asked question. So we have meticulously documented the process for you in our comprehensive e-guide.
As an American, you can be in Italy and the Schengen Area for up to six months out of the year: 90 days out of any consecutive 180 days, with 90 days outside of the area in between . If you want to move to and live in Italy as your primary residence, you must:
Like moving to any foreign country, it is a process. It is not difficult but it requires a lot of determination and planning and patience. Our practical and systematic e-guide details all of the steps and information you need toknow including:
Before You Move, You Need a Place To Live
Italian Immigration Authorities in the US will not grant you a long-term visa unless you have a verified place of residence in Italy - either a house you own or an executed rental agreement. Let us help you find your new Italian home through our various Relocation Real Estate Services. We can drastically reduce the time and expense of finding a home or a place to live in Italy.