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Old 3rd January 2012, 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Michael Boni View Post
Hello Steve and Abbie from Atlanta. Thanks for replying back to us.

Are you considering renting or are you planning on buying something in Italy?

If you are renting a place have you done research in the areas of Luca and Ascoli to find out what the average per month rental amounts are?

Living in the U.S in Florida at this point of time we can go to Italy for three months at a time using our passports only I believe. If you both go to Italy for four months are you going to have to get a visa for extended stay there? My wife and I are Americans/Italian meaning all of our grandparents were born in Italy but they are all unfortunately deceased.

Please when you can reply back to us on all of this.


Thanks

Michael and Palma
yes, you're right, you (& they) would need a different (other than holiday) visa to be able to stay in Italy for more than 90 days - as you say, no visa is actually required for a holiday
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