NEW Requirements for traveling to Italy Make your
Rome, Venice, Cinqueterre… It would take many trips to discover all the beautiful places Italy has to offer. If you are looking forward to visiting this country for the first time or just thinking about coming back, here you are going to find all the documents and requirements to travel to Italy in 2022. Due to the coronavirus, more things now have to be considered, so we at IATI, who are always here to make your adventures easier, are going to give you all the updated information so you don’t have any problems.
Since May 1st, it is much easier to move within Italy. On that day, the Green Pass system ceased to be used, that is, it is no longer necessary to show the recovery or vaccination certificate or take a virus test to enter businesses and tourist attractions.
As of June 1, there are no requirements for travel to Italy. From that day on, it is no longer necessary to present a certificate of vaccination, recovery or having taken a test. Therefore, it is as simple as before the pandemic.
What DOCUMENTS to bring when passing MIGRACIONES ♂️ to the
Pursuant to the immigration facilitation measures to favor tourism, ordinary passport holders of any of the countries to which a visa is required, may present themselves at a port of entry to request admission to national territory in the category of “visitor without permission to carry out remunerated activities” for a period not exceeding 180 days, for which they must present one of the following documents:
Subsection a) indicates that passport holders with “valid and current visa” will be exempt from visa. In practice, this refers to “visitor/tourist” visas from the countries mentioned. Persons with temporary residence or other immigration status (employment, family unit, student, talent, investor, among others) are not recognized at the port of entry, and therefore de facto require a visa.
If the visa has been denied under the immigration law, it means that the decision is final for your application on this occasion; however this is NOT a permanent denial. You will be able to reapply as long as you can provide new information or if your general conditions have changed significantly.
How to FILL in the GREEN PASS when TRAVELING to ITALY
What is it? It is a very contagious and serious infectious disease caused by a virus of the paramyxovirus family. It is usually transmitted through direct contact and through the air either by contact with nasal, mouth or throat fluids of an infected person.
It is a live attenuated virus vaccine that generates protection against the four serotypes of the disease (DENV-1 to DENV-4). The recommendation and application for travelers depends on the risk factors associated with the person and itinerary, since it must be demonstrated that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks of presenting adverse effects according to the medical history elaborated during the consultation by certified physicians.
Travel to Italy is now possible and the requirements are as follows
Citizens of European Union countries, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, can travel to the United Kingdom without a visa, for short stays (up to 180 days). As of October 1, 2021, a valid passport, valid for the entire duration of stay in the United Kingdom, will be required, except in the cases indicated in the official guide of the British government.
Check well in advance at the UK consulate or embassy which documents (visas or permits) must be presented at the border by citizens of non-EU countries, whether or not they are family members of EU citizens.
British citizens may enter the European Union, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, without a visa for visits of up to 90 days, in any 180-day period. Days visiting Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Romania do not count towards the above 90 days. Required documentation: