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Italy: Entry Requirements

Passports -- For information on how to get a passport, the websites listed in our Fast Facts section provide downloadable passport applications as well as the current fees for processing applications. For an up-to-date country-by-country listing of passport requirements, go to the "Foreign Entry Requirement" Web page of the U.S. State Department at http://travel.state.gov.

All children traveling abroad must have their own passport. To prevent international child abduction, E.U. governments may require documentary evidence of relationship and permission for the child's travel from the parent or legal guardian not present. For up-to-date details on entry requirements for children, visit the U.S. State Department website: travel.state.gov/foreignentryreq.html.

Visas -- U.S., Canadian, U.K., Irish, Australian, and New Zealand citizens with a valid passport don't need a visa to enter Italy if they don't expect to stay more than 90 days and don't expect to work there. For more on visa applications, visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (www.esteri.it).

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