All non-EU students with a long-term Visa (more than 90 days) must apply for the Residency Permit within 8 days from their arrival in Italy. Students subjected to self-isolation must apply within 8 days from the end of it.
Which documents do you need?
- Italian tax code
- Health insurance (Private or registration to the Italian National Health System)
- Bank statement proving that you have enough money to live in Italy for one year (minimum € 460, 28 per month)
- Stamp (“marca da bollo) of €16; you can buy it in a Tobacco shop
- Foundation Course acceptance letter
What do you have to do?
- Go to a “Patronato office” with a copy of the documents and ask them to prepare for you the envelope for the first request of the Residency Permit
- Go to the Post-office and send the envelope to the Immigration Office (Questura). You will be charged around €100 for this and you will be given a paper with an appointment at the Questura plus two receipts attached
- Send a copy of the paper and the receipts to email@example.com
You may easily find one by googling “Patronato Pisa”. However, since it might not be easy to get an appointment in a short time we suggest you to go to Patronato ENAC/CAF UCI, Via Catalani, 37 (a street off via C. Battisti), tel. 050 5205494. No appointment is needed on Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 (noon) and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
What to take with you at the appointment date at the Immigration Office (“Questura”)
- Copy of the documents taken at the Patronato
- Two passport kind pictures
- Enrollment certificate at the University of Pisa. You may download it from the Alice portal (Menu/ Secretariat/ Certificates/ Iscrizione)
After the appointment at the Immigration Office, it will take at least one month to obtain the Residency permit card. You will receive a message in your cellphone telling you when the card is ready. However, it is strongly suggested to check regularly online about the progress of your application here.
The “numero pratica o assicurata” is the code that you can find in the paper with the date of appointment at the Immigration Office given you at the Post office when you request the Residency Permit.
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