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Hello everyone,

I am currently in the process of moving to Italy, I want to obtain a residence permit for the purpose of buying a car. It is my understanding that one of the requirements is to produce evidence of employment. My plan is to continue working for a company that doesn't have facilities in Italy (nor anywhere in the EU), would evidence of employment for a company outside the EU be accepted? If so, would I simply need to have those translated to Italian?

On the chance that I will not be eligible for a residence permit, I assume another option I have is to purchase the car in Poland (I am a Polish citizen) and move it to Italy, would not having a residence permit prohibit me from registering the car in Italy?

Thank you.
 

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As I understand it you need residence for either and likely, if living and working whilst in Italy, you will be liable for tax here unless it is as a diplomat. After 90 days here, if an EU citizen, you are supposed to apply to be resident.
 

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It's either work or proof of funds. I think if you have 6K in the bank that's about the requirement for one person. I think.
 
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