Emigration and Visas in Italy
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UK/EU nationals entering Italy do not require a visa but should have a valid passport.
UK/EU nationals are free to enter Italy for up to three months to look for work or setting up a business in Italy. Thereafter, they need to register their presence with the local Italian authorities.
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