Can I leave Italy with an expired permesso di soggiorno? My soggiorno is limited as a minor. I am 17 years old.
We plan to welcome a group of British miners (15 years old) to Switzerland this spring. They will fly alone to Italy where we will pick them up at the airport and drive them across the border to our home in Switzerland (and visit several places in both countries during their stay).
I can't find any online resource that clearly states what the legal requirements are in these countries.
In case it makes a difference, they are family friends; we know the children and their parents well.
Holders of US green cards are not exempt from visa requirements for the Schengen area. Schengen Visa Info has a great article on this. You must obtain a visa like any other Jamaican, but you must also submit a copy of your green card.
Jamaican citizens need a visa to travel to Italy as a tourist. The stay is generally short with a period of 90 days and the visa expires in 90 days. The applicant must be present when applying for a visa and a total of 10 documents are required.
In December 2019, you must submit:
- Visa application form.
- Valid passport.
- American residence permit (green card).
- Photo taken in the past three months.
- Cover letter.
- Route of Rount-Trip Fliht.
- Proof of accommodation.
- Travel insurance.
Depending on your employment status in the United States, here is a list of additional documents that you must submit when applying for a Schengen visa in the United States:
For American employees:
- Employment contract
- Current bank statement for the last 6 months
- Leave the authorization of the employer
- Income tax return form (RTI) or tax certificate withheld at source of salary
For the self-employed:
- A copy of your business license
- Company bank statement from the last 6 months
- Income tax return (RTI)
For foreign students with an F1 visa:
- Valid I-20
- Reference letter from an educational institution (school / college / university) stating that you are in good standing, your major and the expected date of graduation.
- For foreign students in the United States with F1 visas:
- Valid I-20
- Reference letter from an educational institution (school / college / university) in the United States, stating that you are in good standing, your major and the expected date of graduation.
- Pension statement for the last 6 months
If you are unemployed and married to an EU citizen:
- A recent letter (less than 3 months old) of confirmation of employment from the employer of his / her spouse mentioning the position occupied within the company as well as the start date,
- Valid spouse's passport
- An official marriage certificate.
Documents required for the visa application for minor children
- Original birth certificate
- Travel authorization signed by both parents
- If a parent is not located in the United States, they must submit their signed consent to the embassy / consulate of their country of residence
Does anyone know a company that rents mobility scooters in Bergamo, Italy?
Not 100% if it's even something that the WHT community can help me find and / or the right section, but I'll try.
I'm trying to find either a VPN service or a type of network that I can rent and that has multiple IP addresses in Italy, but not just a city (as most cheap VPN providers offer as North VPN. Express, etc.).
I just need an outdoor IP address in at least 5 or 6 major cities in Italy and Milan or maybe Rome. I can not find a service offering something like this. It should of course be a simple tunnel / proxy with confidentiality.
Anyone can help me determine if I just need to track down all the virtual private network companies or there is a better way to rent / use multiple IP addresses in a given country (for the moment in Italy but it will probably have France / Spain). l & # 39; future.
thanks for all the advice, etc. not really my domain.
I hold a student visa in Spain and I had a Spanish residence permit or TIE, but it was in my wallet that was stolen. My visa has already expired and I want to go to Italy, but my double TIE appointment is not until January. Is it possible for me to get a Autorización de Regreso? Will they allow me to leave the country and come back with this one document? Will this document be accepted by Italian immigration?
Thank you in advance.
My first appointment (permesso) is in February and I want to go home (in Brazil) at the end of December. Although I do not have permission, my student visa is still valid and has several entries. The flight has a wingspan in Portugal in both directions, outbound and in Europe.
Is it possible to return with the Permesso receipt and student visa?
I am currently a Dominican student in Madrid. Last August, my visa / TIE expired. Since then, I have filled all the papers and all that I need to do to renew it. Unfortunately, this will not happen until the first few months of 2020.
In December, all the members of my family come to Europe for the holidays. They plan to stay in Madrid for a few days and then we plan to go to Italy for the other holidays. Knowing this, I just got a permit to be able to leave Spain and come back, but on this permit, it says "not valid for the transit of Schengen states", I'm a little confused at this subject. What does it mean? Do I need to get a different license? Is that enough?
If your trip is after the Brexit date, there could be problems.
we do not know when the Brexit will be, it could be this Thursday, and we do not know which, if applicable, apply the transition rules. It is likely that there will be an orderly transition period and that EU citizens and their dependents will not be turned back at the border, no matter what is possible.
Good morning all. I think a lot about where I can find a yacht in Italy. I want to rent it for a week to travel with my family. What can you advise me?