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moving to Italy, easier as expat or as Italian citizen

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Re: moving to Italy, easier as expat or as Italian citizen

Post Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 7:41 pm

- SAR90RJR

What is necessary for moving to Italy? I just received my Italian citizenship and desire a permanent move to include household and 1 vehicle. Can anyone assist? I will also maintain my USA citizenship. Thank you in advance. ty



I think it is useless to respond to you - You stop to the site door, without even come and look inside - otherwise, perhaps by reading, you would have discovered that an Italian citizen, has to do nothing, to enter at home, ie in Italy.


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Re: moving to Italy, easier as expat or as Italian citizen

Post Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2017 6:52 am

I do not understand the harshness of your response. I have researched on expat moving, and becoming a legal Italian Citizenship. I believe my question was more so directed purchasing a home as expat or citizen and moving household belonging and personal items and a vehicle. I wanted to take the best route wiht the least cost to get the most of my money. I am truely sorry if you misunderstood or if I personally offeneded you with my question. I just was interested in clarification.

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Re: moving to Italy, easier as expat or as Italian citizen

Post Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:25 am

- SAR90RJR

I do not understand the harshness of your response. I have researched on expat moving, and becoming a legal Italian Citizenship. I believe my question was more so directed purchasing a home as expat or citizen and moving household belonging and personal items and a vehicle. I wanted to take the best route wiht the least cost to get the most of my money. I am truely sorry if you misunderstood or if I personally offeneded you with my question. I just was interested in clarification.

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You said you just received your Italian Citizenship so you don't need anything to move to Italy. You need to find a place to live and apply for a residency permit in that city or commune. You find a landlord that will give you a contract for what ever time you need to get the residency permit. Then I would start looking for a place to buy if you decide you like it there. Once you relocated you have to tell your Italian Consulate in the USA of your new address. Also once you have your residency permit I believe you can apply for the health care, bank account, driver's license and anything else you need a local address to get.
Have you got your Italian Codice Fiscale (Tax Code/ Italian Social Security#)? You can get that from the USA end at your local Italian Consulate. It should be easy if you just got your Italian Citizenship.

 

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Re: moving to Italy, easier as expat or as Italian citizen

Post Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 9:30 am

no I did not have anything yet except the passport with the citizenship and the AIRE form to complete. thank you for the advice.I greatly appreciate it!

 

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Re: moving to Italy, easier as expat or as Italian citizen

Post Posted: Wed Jun 21, 2017 10:52 pm

- SAR90RJR

What is necessary for moving to Italy? I just received my Italian citizenship and desire a permanent move to include household and 1 vehicle. Can anyone assist? I will also maintain my USA citizenship. Thank you in advance. ty

Hello to you and I hope that by now you have found an easy way to relocate your household to Italy.
I am offering my services as a nanny or house sitter or cook or any other way which might be of help to you and your family.
I speak perfect Italian as I am Italian born and South African from my father's side so my English is also quite good as I have lived in SA for thirty years.
I live in Naples but I am willing to relocate.
I am married but have no kids.
Please do not hesitate to contact me by replying to this message.
Best regards
Stephania Meintjes

 

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