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What kind of travel flexibility can I enjoy as an applicant for Italy’s resident non-domiciled program?

I understand that the resident non-domiciled program of Italy is a program with great tax benefits to foreign investors. However, what level of travel flexibility do I have if I participate? Are there any physical presence requirements for applicants?

  • Mazzeschi Srl
    March 06, 2019

    The Ministry's guidelines point out that: "In particular, it should be noted that the applicant is not allowed to leave Italy for a period longer than half of the validity period of the residence permit."

  • LCA Studio Legale
    March 06, 2019

    To keep your fiscal residency in Italy you shall spend at least 183 days in the country during a calendar year. Kindly note that you shall also keep your resident permit and, therefore, you shall not stay away from the Italian territory for a period of time longer than half of the duration of the resident permit. Otherwise, the permit may be revoked.

  • Rossi & Rossi Law Firm
    March 12, 2019

    Yes, once the applicant has obtained residency status he is supposed to live in Italy for at least 183 days.