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Employment Visa (C and D type)
The Visas issued for employment purposes are of three kinds: employment, search for employment and self-employment.

The Embassy of Italy informs that there is no official body in Italy to assist would be immigrants with information on procedures and employment opportunities. In all cases, the applicant will need to submit the following:
  1. No Objection from the Italian Police Authorities
  2. Proof of appropriate accommodation arrangements, which can be proved either by submitting a rent-purchase contract or a declaration as per art. 2 and 4 of L 4.01.1968 either by the applicant or by an Italian citizen, or a foreigner legally residing in Italy
  3. Proof of a regular income; this requirement can be satisfied by a declaration from the Italian contracting party stating that the compensation which the worker is going to receive will be superior to the minimum level set by law for exemption from Health Care contribution.
EMPLOYMENT VISA (LAVORO SUBORDINATO) IN CASE WHERE PERMISSION TO WORK HAS BEEN OBTAINED

The employment visa is issued to those applicants who have obtained from their employer the "Autorizzazione al Lavoro Subordinato" ("Permission to work") from the competent offices in Italy. The documents to be submitted are as follows:
  1. Visa application form duly filled and signed by the applicant, to be obtained free of charge from the Embassy;
  2. One passport-size photograph pasted to the form;
  3. Original copy of the "Autorizzazione al lavoro subordinato", with the No Objection stamp from the Italian Police Authorities (Questura);
  4. Original copy of a medical certificate stating that the applicant is physically and mentally fit and does not suffer from infecting diseases;
  5. Sailors and other personnel embarking on Italian ships will need to submit a specific request from the shipping company, complete with the ship's inscription in the international register and its manning scale.
SEARCH FOR EMPLOYMENT (IMMISSIONE NEL MERCATO DEL LAVORO)

This visa is issued to the applicants in whose favor a person legally residing in Italy has issued a guarantee ("prestazione di garanzia") in order to allow the latter to enter the country and seek employment for a maximum stay of one year. The documents to be submitted are as follows:
  1. Visa application form duly filled and signed by the applicant, to be obtained free of charge from the Embassy;
  2. One passport-size photograph pasted to the form;
  3. Original copy of the No-Objection certificate issued by the Italian Police Authorities (Questura) allowing the issuing of the visa.
SELF EMPLOYMENT

Self employment visas are issued to the applicants who are going to undertake an independent working activity in Italy, as per the requirements set by the above mentioned articles and other existing laws and regulations. The requirements are as follows:

For the activities which require a previous authorization or license or the membership of a Register, or the presentation of a declaration, the applicant will need to obtain from the competent Administrative Authority a declaration stating that there are no objection to the issuing of the above mentioned authorization, license or other.

For the activities which are to be registered in the Register of companies (Registro delle Imprese) kept by the Chamber of Commerce (Camera di Commercio) of territorial jurisdiction, the applicant will need to obtain from the Italian Chamber of Commerce a statement declaring the financial resources which are necessary to undertake the desired activity.

For the activities which are not to be registered in the Register of companies kept by the Chamber of Commerce and which are not subject to licenses, authorizations, membership of Registers or other, in lieu of the above the applicant will need to submit:
  1. Copy of the contract with the Italian company, with the Italian company's Membership Certificate of the Register of Companies (Certificato di iscrizione nel Registro delle Imprese) attached;
  2. Copy of the Dichiarazione di Responsabilita' (Declaration of Responsibility) issued by the local Ministry of Labour Office (Direzione Provinciale del Lavoro) stating that in virtue of the contract which has been signed no relationship of subordinate work will take place between the parties
  3. Declaration by the contracting party stating that the compensation which the worker is going to receive will be superior to the minimum level set by law for exemption from Health Care contribution
  4. Copy of the company's latest balance sheet deposited with the Register of Companies, or Income Tax Return in case of individual companies.
For the activities which are to be undertaken as a member or administrator of an existing company no statement requiring the above mentioned parameters is necessary. The applicant will need to submit:
  1. Copy of the contract with the Italian company, with the Italian company's Membership Certificate of the Register of Companies (Certificato di iscrizione nel Registro delle Imprese) attached;
  2. Copy of the Dichiarazione di Responsabilita' issued by the local Ministry of Labour Office (Direzione Provinciale del Lavoro) stating that in virtue of the contract which has been signed no relationship of subordinate work will take place between the parties
  3. Declaration by the contracting party stating that the compensation which the worker is going to receive will be superior to the minimum level set by law for exemption from Health Care contribution
  4. Copy of the company's latest balance sheet deposited with the Register of Companies, or Income Tax Return in case of individual companies.
In all cases, the applicant will need to submit the following:
  1. No Objection from the Italian Police Authorities
  2. Proof of appropriate accommodation arrangements, which can be proved either by submitting a rent-purchase contract or a declaration as per art. 2 and 4 of L 4.01.1968 either by the applicant or by an Italian citizen, or a foreigner legally residing in Italy
  3. Proof of a regular income; this requirement can be satisfied by a declaration from the Italian contracting party stating that the compensation which the worker is going to receive will be superior to the minimum level set by law for exemption from Health Care contribution, or, in case of an application to work as member or administrator of an existing company, a declaration by the contracting party stating that the compensation which the worker is going to receive will be superior to the minimum level set by law for exemption from Health Care contribution.
SELF EMPLOYMENT ARTIST VISA
(Lavoro Autonomo nel settore dello Spettacolo)

Applicants who wish to go to Italy for a short or long stay will need to submit the following documentation:
  1. Copy of the contract with the contracting party in Italy, stating that the compensation which the worker is going to receive will be superior to the minimum level set by law for exemption from Health Care contribution;
  2. Copy of the Dichiarazione di Responsabilita' (Declaration of Responsibility) issued by the local Ministry of Labour Office (Direzione Provinciale del Lavoro) stating that in virtue of the contract which has been signed no relationship of subordinate work will take place between the parties;
  3. Convincing evidence of the professional activity of the applicant as an artist;
  4. No Objection certificate from the Italian Police Authorities (Questura);
  5. Proof of accommodation.
NOTE: For the time being and until further notice, the Embassy of Italy has stopped the issuing of artist visas to all music groups coming from the Punjab.
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