Papers to work in Italy?

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Papers to work in Italy?

Postby antalexb » 05 Nov 2007, 17:12

I live in the US and recently got my Italian citizenship. I now plan to go to Italy to teach. A potential employer is asking if I have the right to work in Italy. Do I have to get additional paperwork (Residence Permit or Work Permit) from the Italian consulate or do anything else to legally work in Italy for more than 6 months?

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Re: Papers to work in Italy?

Postby mler » 05 Nov 2007, 18:10

If you are an Italian citizen, there are no restrictions to your right to work in Italy for any length of time. Simply tell your employer that you are a citizen. This will certainly make it easier for them and will put you at the top of the list of potential employees.

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Re: Papers to work in Italy?

Postby antalexb » 05 Nov 2007, 18:43

Thanks,

That has always been my understanding.


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