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Visas

Australian Citizens do not require a Visa for Short stays up to 90 DAY within a 180 day period.

Australian citizens who require a longer stay or Australian residents of a nationality who require a visa, please refer to the information here and below before booking an appointment.

 TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT CLICK HERE.

All Visa applications, current passport valid for at least 3 months from the expiry date of the visa requested and with at least 2 blank pages for the requested visa, and documentation must be submitted in person at the Consulate by appointment. Please book your appointment once you have planned your trip to Italy and no earlier than 6 months prior to your arrival in the Schengen Area.

Processing times depend on each individual case. Once an application is complete, a visa is normally issued within 2 to 3 weeks. Follow-up appointments are rarely required as missing documents may be sent via e-mail or dropped in at the counter.

 

Visa processing fees can be found on our fees list

Please note: the Italian Consulate in Perth will accept applications from applicants resident in Western Australia only. Proof of residence in Western Australia (i.e. Driver’s licence) will be requested on the day of the appointment.     

NO VISA IS REQUIRED FOR AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS travelling to Italy for tourism, business, mission, invitation, study, or sporting event, WHO INTEND TO STAY FOR UP TO 90 DAYS within a 180 day period.

Please note that the maximum period that can be granted for tourism purposes is 90 days within a 180 day period.

CHECK THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO ENSURE YOU HAVE ALL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR YOUR VISA APPOINTMENT.

– Tourist / Schengen visa

– Business short stay visa

– Student visa

– Subordinate work visa (employment)

– Working holiday visa

– Elective residency visa

– for more categories, please refer to the Visa Section of Italy’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

 

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