ITALY work permit 2023
The decreto flussi is an Italian government law that sets how many non- European citizens can enter Italy for work. Specifically, the decreto flussi establishes the number of non-European citizens who can enter Italy for lavoro stagionale(seasonal work), lavoro subordinato non stagionale (non-seasonal employed work) or lavoro autonomo(self-employed work).
In addition to the number of non-EU citizens who can enter Italy for work, the decreto flussi also sets the number of people who can convert their permesso di soggiorno (for example permesso di soggiorno per studio) in permesso di soggiorno per lavoro subordinato o autonomo.
The decreto is annual, which means that every year the government decides the number of people who can enter Italy for work in that same year. Therefore, a new decreto flussi comes out every year.
DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST Italy work permit visa
HOW DO APPLY FOR ITALY WORK PERMIT APPLY ONLINE?
The application window for submissions is open from March 27, 2023, until December 31, 2023, or until the quotas have been filled, whichever comes first. Once we have received all necessary documents and payment, we will forward them to our designated Attorney. The process of obtaining a Work Permit usually takes between 3 to 4 weeks. Upon approval of the Work Permit, we will send it to you via Courier. After receiving the Work Permit, you may submit your application for a Visa at the Italy Embassy or VFS Global in your country. You will be issued a Visa Type D, which allows you to apply for a Temporary Residence Permit in Italy.
After the application
Suppose your application for nulla osta is approved by the Sportello Unico. In that case, you can apply for a visto (visa) for Italy at the Italian embassy or consulate in your country of origin. Once you have obtained the visto, you can enter Italy and apply for a residence permit to stay regularly and do your work.
List of Countries That can apply Lavoro stagionale?