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Visas

 

Visas

INFORMATION ON SHORT-STAY IN ITALY

 

NEW ZEALAND PASSPORT HOLDERS DO NOT REQUIRE A VISA FOR SHORT STAYS IN ITALY UP TO 180 DAYS.

The 180 days visa-free period is made of the standard 90 visa-free days in the Schengen area and an additional 90 visa-free days in Italy granted by the Bilateral agreement signed on 25 January 1961.

New Zealand citizens who wish to stay for the additional 90 visa-free days in Italy are advised to download and print the Embassy Notice available here.

Please note that the above visa agreement is valid for tourist purposes only and has no work entitlements.

Please also note that after the 180 visa-free period, New Zealand passport holders are required to exit the Schengen area for at least 90 days.

 

Citizens of Tuvalu, Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati and Niue are not required to apply for a visa to enter and stay in the Schengen area for periods up to 90 days.

 

New Zealand residents (with residual validity of their New Zealand visa longer than 6 months) are invited to check carefully http://vistoperitalia.esteri.it/ for general information regarding if their nationality requires a visa to enter and stay in Italy.

To apply for a visa with this embassy, please check: SHORT TERM SCHENGEN VISA: CLICK HERE!

 

INFORMATION ON LONG-STAY IN ITALY

New Zealand citizens and/or New Zealand residents (with residual validity of their New Zealand visa longer than 6 months) of a nationality that requires a visa to enter and stay in Italy are invited to check carefully visa requirements for Long Term National Visa (for stays up to 365 days): LONG TERM VISAS TO ITALY: CLICK HERE!

 

 


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