If you are a non-EU national, and wish to stay in Italy for more then 90 days a year, you must apply for Permesso di Soggiorno (temporary Italian residence permit).
In order to obtain permanent residency in Italy for non-EU citizens, a temporary residence visa must first be obtained. A foreigner who has a residence permit card will be able to apply for Italian citizenship in 10 years. You must permanently reside in Italy and have tax residency.
Although owning or renting Italian property does not entitle you to a residency permit, it is necessary to apply for an Italian residence card.
Trevi Elite offers a wide range of specialist services from buying or selling property, investment advice and property management in Italy.
We can guide the procedure to obtain Italian residence permit and citizenship. Our laywers can help during the entire application procedure and submit the residence permit application kit.