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We assist Expats relocating to Rome and Italy with a variety of complex legal matters. We help foreigners to understand Italian law and solve their legal problems.
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Major cities worldwide are limiting transportation in their city centers as measures to reduce urban smog and air pollution. Rome is no exception to this. Information on the city’s official website and other resources can be unclear so we’ve devised this comprehensive guide to understanding Rome’s ZTL rules and how […]
(This article contains useful information for British citizens in Italy in the case of a no-deal Brexit) EU legislation states that EU citizens have the right to reside on the territory of another EU country for up to three months without any conditions other than the requirement to hold a […]
Today Legal Assistance explains what types of visas and permits are there. Visas are issued by the Italian Embassy or Consular Sections of a foreign national’s country ofresidence. Permits to stay are issued in Italy by the Questura (Police Headquarters) having jurisdiction in theprovince where a foreign national is […]
Driving in Italy: all you need to know about using your driving licence and when it is time to change it for Italian one
R-home Relocation & Services explains in this post the most important things you need to know as an expat when using your driving licence in Italy. EU DRIVING LICENCES: The holders of a driving licence issued by a state of the EU are allowed to drive in Italy using their […]
The Italian law widely recognizes three kinds of home rental contracts: 1) Transitory contract – for stays of up to 18 months. Landlord and tenant can freely agree upon the price of the rent and the contract must state the reasons why the tenant needs the apartment for less than 18 months. 2) 4+4 […]
The 2003 European Directive on the status of non EU nationals states that a long-term residence permit should be awarded after a person has lived legally in an EU State for an uninterrupted period of five years. This however depends upon the applicant having a stable and regular source of income, health insurance […]
ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP CAN BE ACQUIRED IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS (Law No. 91/1992): 1) CITIZENSHIP AS A RESULT OF ITALIAN PARENTS/ANCESTORS (“ius sanguinis”) A person acquires Italian citizenship when born the father, or mother are Italian citizens or whose ancestors (there are no limits of generations) are Italian citizens. […]