Agriturismo Montagnola

Once you have finally arrived in Italy the fun really begins. You will have a bunch of new steps to take, first and foremost is starting your Permesso di Soggiorna application, which is something of a re-do of your visa process, but without all the stress of wondering if it will be approved, but with the new stress of doing it all in a foreign country and in a language you likely do not know very well. 

This category is divided into two sections. One to specifically cover the various documents and registrations you will encounter, and a second to cover basic articles of daily life and help give tips on your quest to settle into our new Italian homeland and community. 

To start you out, below is the overview for the Permesso di Soggiorno.

Documents and Registrations
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Permesso di Soggiorno – Overview.

Current Fees for Permesso di Soggiorno: 16 Euro Marco di Bollo Stamp (avail from most Tabacchiera. 30 Euro for the postage fees. 70.46 Euro for a one year and 80.46 Euro for a two year. You want the two year, but some areas are only giving one year ones. Currently the processing time is at least four months and up to eight or nine.  ———————————————

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Cost for Permesso 40 Euro. // Cost for Printing Permesso 30.46 Euro // Postage Costs 30.00 Euro // Revenue Stamp (Bollo) 16.00 // for a total of 116.46 Euro

Cost for Permesso  50 Euro. // Cost for Printing Permesso 30.46 Euro // Postage Costs 30.00 Euro // Revenue Stamp (Bollo) 16.00 // for a total of 126.46 Euro

With the Decree of 5 May 2017 of the Ministry of Economy and Finance in consultation with the Ministry of the Interior, which entered into force on 9 June 2017, the contributions for the issue or renewal of the residence permit were redetermined.

The new amounts of contributions payable by foreigners of age are equal to:

– € 40.00 for residence permits lasting longer than three months and up to one year;

– € 50.00 for residence permits of longer than one year and up to two years;

– € 100.00 for long-term EU residence permits and for residence permits for managers and specialized workers.

The receipt of payment for the new contribution must be shown at the time of the call to the Questura for the acquisition of the fingerprints.

The contribution is due both for new requests for the issue or renewal of the residence permit, and for requests submitted before the date of June 9, 2017 that are still in the preliminary phase or the delivery of the permit to the foreigner has not yet taken place.

Excluded from contributions residence permits for:

minors under the age of 18, foreign citizens who are in Italy for medical treatment and their companions, applicants for a duplicate or conversion of a valid residence permit, applicants for asylum, subsidiary protection and humanitarian reasons, holders of international protection requiring long-term EU residence permits, residence cards for family members of EU citizens issued pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 30 of 2007.

In all cases, however, the following costs remain to apply for the issue or renewal of the residence permit, including EU residence permits for long-term residents

€ 30.00 for the insured to Poste Italiane;
€ 16.00 for the revenue stamp;
30.46 euro for the residence permit – PSE 380, as a contribution for the printing of the electronic document, to be paid to the postal current account n. 67422402 payable to the Ministry of Economy and Finance – Department of the Treasury with the reason “amount for the issue of the electronic residence permit”;
If the release or renewal of the residence permit is requested, using a single Poste Italiane kit for the same family, the payment receipt of € 30.46 must be attached for each member of the family.