After spending so much time in Rome and experiencing Italy’s culture and cuisine, it was hard to leave. Before that, I would have fallen in
Moving to Italy
Living in a new country is always a challenge, but when you’re living abroad it can seem even more difficult. Sometimes the best way to
Whether you want to live in Venice or move to Italy, this guide is here to help all the expats. From what to expect in
In this article, you will see why expats should consider moving to the beautiful city of Rome. Whether you are looking for a change in
by Lars (Larsino) Leicht If you are Italian American, have grown up with Italian Americans, or feel that you’ve watched enough television shows about Italian-Americans
A £1 million pension pot might sound like a luxury reserved for the super-rich. After all, the absolute maximum the Government allows you to build
VISA FOR STUDY INFORMATION NOTE: Non-EU citizen: citizen whose nationality belongs to one of the states outside the European Community. These subjects are obliged to
Do you love the Italian language and finally have the time to dedicate it? Online education is the best way to always keep your passion
Community driving license conversion The procedure is intended for drivers in possession of a driving license issued by state of the European Union or the
In this article, the author provides a guide on how to help foreign pensioners and their families who are moving to Italy with filing taxes.
This blog article discusses how to find an affordable mortgage in Italy. While your options might seem limited, there are actually a lot of different
The first step to obtaining your State pension record is by following the link below, then the instructions:- https://www.gov.uk/check-national-insurance-record (Link opens in new tab) •
The visa is the act by which a country allows a foreign individual to enter its territory for a certain period of time and for
The visa is issued by the Italian embassy or by the Italian consular offices of the country of residence of the foreign citizen; the residence
I’m here today to share the story of my real estate scouting trip to Arpino, Italy (Population ~7,000). No frills, just the facts of what
Are you about to buy agricultural land in Italy? Here are some guidelines to buy it with awareness and without surprises. AGRICULTURE is a very
Many people ask us how we end up in Italy and assume that we must have had a long-term plan to settle here. Spoiler alert
Introduction: If you’re an expat who’s been thinking about making the move to Italy, you’re probably wondering about the cost of an Italian elective residence
INFORMATIVE NOTE: If you’re an expat who’s been thinking about making the move to Italy, you’re probably wondering about an Italian elective residence visa this
Reunification The practice is provided for by art. 29 of the Legislative Decree. 286/98 allows non-EU citizens to be legal residents and present on the
This IS ONE OF THE MOST COMMON POSTS IN OUR FACEBOOK Group, Expats in Italy; so many members write this article about their Region of Italy
So you have your own definition, about expat vs immigrant but a popular one is this Expats are wealthy WHITE persons who choose to move
For the non–native speaker… All Italians can read French, a very similar romance language, but are confounded by its pronunciation. They claim that what you
What until a few years ago was a new philosophy of life and work now has a precise legal framework. And a definition: digital nomads
The Directive applies to highly qualified third-country nationals who apply to be admitted to the territory of a Member State to carry out a job for more than three months, as well as to their family members.
Highly qualified workers are foreigners in possession of a qualification issued by higher education institutions, lasting at least three years, with the achievement of the relative professional qualification certified by the country of origin.
The single most asked question I get is…”How much will it cost me to buy a house in Italy?”
They rarely mean the purchase price, but they have heard horror stories about vast taxes, ludicrous legal costs, and Estate Agent fees.
It’s a simple answer… “It depends!”
Do you dream of enjoying the adventure of a permanent holiday lifestyle, but then fear suffering from the “same crap but different country” syndrome? The