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Permanent residency query no one seems to know?


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Old 1st November 2018, 07:08 AM
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Default Permanent residency query no one seems to know?

Hello,

I have been studying in italy for over 4 years and wanted to know if i can apply for permanent residency as being a student for 5 years in italy.

Tried searching and speaking to people but no one seems to know the correct answer, do i need to be working in order to apply fr PR?

anyone having an answer would be great.

Ciao

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You would need a visa that allows for permanent residency. A student visa does not. And you would have to apply for that visa in your country of origin.

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Try the .gov.uk website Living in Italy

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