Do you need a visa to visit Italy?

Answer As of April 2010, most U.S. travelers to Italy do not need a visa. For business or pleasure trips of no more than 90 days, U.S. citizens only need a passport to visit Italy. Longer stays require a ... Read More »

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Do Citizens of Italy Require a Visa to Visit the USA?

Italy is a participating visa waiver country, therefore Italian citizens visiting the U.S. for less than 90 days do not require a visa. However, they must apply online for an authorization to trave... Read More »

Do I need a visa for Italy?

Passport holders from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the United Kingdom do not need a visa to travel to Italy. South African passport holders do require a visa. Othe... Read More »

Do you need a visa to go from the USA to Italy?

Any United States tourist staying in Italy for more than 90 days must have a valid visa to legally stay in the country. For stays of 90 days or less, visas are not required. You can apply for a vis... Read More »

Do I need a visa to work in Italy?

United States citizens need to apply for an Italian work permit through the intended employer. Citizens of Australia, Canada and New Zealand can apply for an Italy Working Holiday Visa with a valid... Read More »