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Residence permit


GENERAL PROVISIONS TO SUBMIT THE RESIDENCE PERMIT FOR STUDY PURPOSE


INSIDE THE KIT / CONTENIDO DEL KIT / 


DOCUMENTS AND THINGS TO DO TO GET THE STUDY RESIDENCE PERMIT


NON-EU nationals planning to come to Italy for longer than three months must apply for a Residence Permit

The Residence Permit is a card similar to a credit card; it has a microchip and a machine-readable magnetic strip containing the cardholder's personal details, photo and fingerprints in digital format

Residence Permit for study purposes is issued by Police Headquarters (Questura) or through at any police station set up in every Italian city province where the student lives, and entitle the student to live temporarily in Italy

The validity is equal to the Visa and in any case for a maximum of one year: under current regulations it will have to be renewed each year

For the first renewal the student has to certificate to have passed at least one exam during the first year of study; for subsequent renewals has to certificate to have passed at least two exams. Renewal applications must be submitted no later than 60 days before the permit expires

Applications for Residence Permit for study purpose must be submitted WITHIN 8 WORKING DAYS of arrival in Italy and through a specific application pack known as "KIT"

The KIT is available at any Italian Post Office (some universities have kit for their own foreign students). It consists of an envelope with a yellow stripe which contains two forms and a list of instructions

more about NON-EU nationals Residence Permit


For EU nationals staying in Italy longer than three months the Residence Permit request is optional but it is compulsory register with the "Registry Office"

more about EU nationals Residence Permit
 

No residence permit is needed for short visits for: business, tourism or study trips shorter than three months