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» Can I visit Italy without a visa?

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Wed, 23 Mar 2016 17:06 EDT
Visa application enquiry
I am an Indian passport holder, currently staying in Prague, Czech Republic and I have my visa till October 2016. I have to move to Milan, Italy as I have got a PhD position there starting June, 2016. I will be applying for long term visa (3 years) from Embassy of Italy in Prague.
I wanted to know that how much time does it take to get a long stay visa? Also what are the documents and fee required for visa application?
Kindly inform me about the process and documents for visa application.

Thank You very much.
Andrea Thun-Hohenstein
Sun, 26 Aug 2012 17:52 EDT
Visiting the Embassy
Hello, my father was born in the Palace Thun-Hohenstein. We are coming to Prague Oct. 20, 21, 22, and 23. I wonder if I would be able to visit the palace.
Thank for considering this request
Andrea Thun-Hohenstein Batstone
Veronika Smekalova
Mon, 7 Mar 2011 02:29 EST
Hello very dear,
I would like to have some question....we are a company in czech republic and we would like to establish a company in Italy....we have there right now our italien worker...I got the information, that if we want t, that he can make all administration for us, he need some dokument...I saw on the website-there is some dokument, but I can´t open it....please can you help me?
thank you very much.
Best regards, Veronika Smekalova, tel.:00420 585 312 664

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