Italian Visa Law
Italian law requires all non-European Union citizens who enter Italy to obtain visas prior to entry. This law does not require active duty service members to have visas. Civilians who are visiting Italy for less than 90 days as tourists do not need visas. Members of the U.S. civilian component and U.S. contract workers who have orders to Italy must obtain visas for work purposes (visto per motivo di lavoro) prior to traveling to Italy. Family members of the U.S. military or civilian component and dependents of U.S. contract workers must obtain visas for family purposes (visto per motivi di famiglia) prior to traveling to Italy.
Visas can be obtained through the assistance of the PSD of the detaching command or at one of the Italian Consulate Offices in the United States. Visas cannot be obtained once personnel arrive in Italy.
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