Entry visas and permit of stay under Art.27
of the Consolidated Immigration Act
Art. 27 of the Consolidated Immigration Act rules entry to Italy for workers under specific circumstances
This article of the Consolidated Immigration Act rules entries to Italy for specialised workers, from non-EU countries under specific circumstances. This provision allows for visas entry, and permit of stay application by highly specialised employees of parent companies with permanent establishments or subsidiaries with legal offices in Italy. Individuals must have university-level education.
Other individuals may apply for this procedure like, university professors or researchers, lecturers, translators and interpreters, and other specific categories of workers, who meet particular work or educational requirements.
EU Blue Card under Art. 27-Quater
Consolidated Immigration Act
Art. 27-quater of the Consolidated Immigration Act rules entries for work purposes of highly skilled workers from non-EU countries
An entry visa is a specific sticker on the passport granting access to Italy for foreign citizens
Entry visas are issued for several purposes as tourism, business, work. Long term visa (more than 90 days) is called National Visa and allows to circulate for no more than 90 days in other EU member states.
A long term visa actually leads to the need of a permit of stay. This procedure is complex starting with an online application, and further administrative requirements, even to deal with immigration and police office. We are leader on the market in providing such a support.