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» Can I visit Italy without a visa?

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Tue, 19 Sep 2017 19:34 EDT
offered a Special Retiree Program VIsa in the philippines any nationalities
(1) must be foreign nationals or former filipino citizens who are at least 35 years old..
(2) spouse must be legitimate or legaly married to the principal retiree and children legally adopted by the principal retiree, un married and below @! years old upon joining the program..
(3) indefinite stay with multiple- entry/ exit previleges
(4) free student VISA/ study permit..
(5) free ACR-I CARD(annual report)
(6) free tax pension and annuities
(7) free accesS to the greet and assist program at selected airport
(8) free travel Tax
(9) free customs duties and taxes
for more info: pls call : leo/manny : or call landline:
Jeong Yeonhui
Mon, 21 Dec 2015 09:30 EST
Visa Change to Italy
I am Korean and I am studying in Grenoble(erasmus student). The problem is I have to move Pavia in Italy for my continuous path.
I got 1 year France student visa from Korea.
Can I change visa from French to Italian one in Lyon?
And also I want to know about the procedure.
Sun, 19 Apr 2015 11:53 EDT
How to get an Italian visa
I am a retired American living in France for some years, holding an American passport with a French visa and a long term French residency card. Is it possible to obtain an Italian visa, here in France, for a long stay in Italy?
Tina Concetta Marzocca
Fri, 24 Feb 2012 10:57 EST
I am an American Citizen with paperwork proving I am also an Italian Citizen registered in Italy. I am currently in France caring for my boyfriend who has had some serious heart problems. US visa runs out next week. Can I legally stay on my Italian Citizenship and can I apply for an expedited Italian Passport in Lyon or Montpellier?

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