Entrepreneur Visa for Italy Application

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The Entrepreneur Visa for Italy is a national "D" visa for foreigners and expatriates who want to stay and do business in Italy.

It is awarded to those who want to start a business, start a business or have a business position in a company. A business can be an innovative start-up, industry, specialist, craft or other commercial activity. There are few restrictions on your business idea, type of business or corporate structure.

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Document Delivery


Application Assistance

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Consultation Call


Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Consultations call can be rescheduled but will not be refunded.
    All Governments do not refund any application fees, so they are not refundable

  • More than one type of visa allows entrepreneurs to open their businesses and stay in Italy.

    The most common is the Autonomous Work Visa, which is granted to those who start a company or commercial activity in the country.

    Here, you’ll have to request a “Nulla Osta” from the Chamber of Commerce. This document will allow you to show the financial viability of the business. You will need to display at least €19,000 in wealth to qualify.

  • When applying for the "Residence Permit", the applicant can carry out other activities. They can also convert the permit to a Work Visa if there are any requirements. For example, being an employee of a company and having permanent accommodation to update your residence permit in Italy.


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