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Non-EU citizen who wish to enter in Italy must:
- enter through an official border crossing point;
- are in possession of a valid passport or equivalent travel document authorizing them to cross the border;
- hold a visa issued in their country of origin, if required;
- not be listed in the Schengen Information System as an inadmissible person;
- are not considered to be a threat to public order, national security, public health, or international relations;
- have sufficient means of subsistence to cover their intended stay and return to their country.

If any one of the aforementioned conditions are not met, the foreign may be denied entry by the border authorities even if in possession of a valid entry visa.

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Non-EU citizens who stay in Italy for a period not exceeding 3 months more
Non-EU citizens who stay in Italy for a period exceeding 3 months more
"Stay in Italy legally" download the guidebook by the Ministry of the Interior
As from 8th August 2009 a new bill (Law no. 94 of 15 July 2009) makes it a crime to enter or stay in Italy illegally. Therefore, foreign nationals caught entering or staying in Italy without permission commit the offence of illegal immigration, which is punishable by a fine ranging from 5,000 to 10,000 euros, and they are repatriated.
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