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Known for Venice, a city surrounded by water, and some of the great artworks by Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Tintoretto, Michelangelo, and Caravaggio, Italy is one of the eurozone's largest economy. Some of the highest per capita income is enjoyed by people working in Italy. The country is also famous for its pasta, cheese and wine varieties. Italy's GDP is ranked among top 10 countries. The country is a member of both European Union and G8 countries.

  • Stable economy
  • Social security benefits
  • Historical and natural beauty
  • Exquisite lifestyle
  • High GDP
Benefits of Settling in Italy:

Being one of the top leaders in economy and GDP, Italy is a preferred destination for foreigners. Italy is known for its food, river and clothes. Jobs availability and income per capita are high in comparison to other EU or G8 countries.

  • World class educational institutions
  • State of the art health facilities
  • Public transportation
  • Natural beauty
  • Social security and benefits
Job Market

Italy being one of the most influential countries in World is home to companies from diverse industries. Job requirements for these sectors include both skilled and unskilled labours. Unable to meet these requirements by local people, companies get people hired from various Asian and African countries.

Industries with maximum number of hiring and requirement are:

  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Financial services
  • Accounting
  • Healthcare & pharmaceuticals
  • Legal
  • Aerospace
  • Construction
  • Trade
  • Creative industries
  • Customer service
  • Education
Settling in Italy

Italy offers a wide range of visas for employment, study, visit and business.

Study Visa:

Student or Study Visa permits students to go for education in Italian Universities or to follow programs in recognized academic institutions. Students with research or cultural activities can also avail this visa. Documents required are:

  • Duly filled and signed application form
  • Photographs
  • Admission letter by the Italian university or college
  • Receipt letter for payment of tuition fees
  • Medical and travel insurance
  • Accommodation proof
  • Proof of finance to support the education and stay
Employment Visa:

People with an offer letter, self-employed and also job seekers are granted visa to enter Italy. For people with already a job offer from an Italian company can apply for Work Visa that requires:

  • Valid Passport
  • Employment Letter
  • Educational qualifications
  • Visa application form
  • Accommodation proof
  • Health and Travel Insurance

Job seekers need to show an additional letter confirming about their financial status and their ability to sustain during the stay.

Tourist Visa:

This visa is just for visit and tourism purpose and is not granted for more than 90 days. Visa is approved on receipt of certain documents like:

  • Properly filled and signed application form
  • Valid Passport
  • Confirmed return air ticket
  • Confirmed accommodation booking receipt
  • Leave grant letter
  • Overseas medical insurance

Italy Visas

» EU Blue Card…

» Italy Masters/Bach/Dip-PG

» Italy PHD ASA

» Italy PHD General

» Italy Schengen/Visit Visa