In order to ensure the information is correct and up to date, there may be changes which we are not aware of. And different countires has different rules for the visa application. It is always a good idea to check the latest regulations in your country. You should confirm details with your local Italy Consular Office. This page just gave some general information of the visa application.
Turkey Visa Information
All EU / EEA nationals will only
need to present an identification
document to enter Italy, due to the
common travel area of the Schengen
Zone, part of which Italy is.
In the meantime, if you are a non-EU/EEA traveller wishing to visit Italy, San Marino or the Vatican, you will need to present the following at the Italian port of entry, in order to be permitted to enter:
1. A valid passport or travel document. Valid for at least three more months beyond their planned date of Exit from Schengen, and issued within the last 10 years.
2. A visa – if they are subject to the Italian visa regime.
Other documents such as an
invitation letter from an Italian
host, proof you have the financial
means for a trip to Italy or a
round-trip ticket, may be required
from you. For more information in
this regard, contact the local
consular services of Italy in your
country of residence.
Moreover, the Italian border officer may ask you a few questions related to your trip to Italy, i.e.:
-What is your purpose for visiting Italy?
-How long do you intend to stay in Italy?
-Where are you going to stay in Italy? Etc.
Note that the Italian border police holds the final decision if you shall be permitted to enter Italy or not. If the Italian border officer concludes that you are no risk for Italy, upon checking your documents, you will be permitted to enter Italy, and thus the Schengen territory.
Please, make sure that the Italian border officer stamps your passport when you enter Italy. Without a stamp, you could be fined or detained from Italy.
What Documents Are Required When Applying for an Italian Schengen Visa?
The following list of documents are required for any short-term Italian Schengen visa application:
Italian visa application form. Complete the form and then print it. Sign in at the end after you print it. Make sure the information you have given in this form complies with the information given in the rest of the required documents for an Turkey Visa.
One passport-size picture. The picture must have been taken in the last six months and in compliance with Italy photograph visa requirements.
Valid passport. You will need to submit your passport along with the rest of the visa required documents. Make sure your passport has at least two blank pages in order to affix the visa and:
Is not older than 10 years.
Has a validity of at least three more months beyond the date you plan to leave Italy and the whole territory of Schengen.
Your residence permit card along with a copy (if you are not a citizen of the country from which you are applying).
Hotel reservation. Find and compare hotels in Italy.
If you have a host in Italy: Completed and signed copy of the sponsorship form along with a copy of the passport and the Italian residence permit card of your host (if applicable).
Proof of travel (as applicable):
Proof of the availability of personal transportation.
Schengen travel visa insurance. Health insurance for the whole territory of Italy and the Schengen Area. Minimal health insurance coverage for the Schengen Zone is €30,000.
Travel health insurance policies for foreigners visiting Italy that fulfil Italian Visa requirements can be purchased online from Europ Assistance or AXA Assistance. Travel insurance policies issued by both companies are accepted by Italian authorities worldwide.
Proof of sufficient financial means for the period of stay in Italy. The Italian authorities want you to prove you have the necessary financial means to support yourself throughout your stay in Italy. You will need to prove you have the following amount depending on the length of your stay.
Up to 5 days – The overall amount is 269.60€ per person and 212.81 per two and more persons.
6-10 days – The daily amount is 44.93€ per person and 26.33€ per two and more persons.
11-20 days – The overall amount is 51.64€ per person and 25.82€ per two and more persons, plus the daily amount is 36.67€ per person and 22.21€ per two and more persons.
Over 20 days – The overall amount is 206.58€ per person and 118.79€ per two and more persons, plus the daily amount is 27.89€ per person and 17.04€ per two and more persons.
Proof of civil status. This could be a marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, etc. Civil status documents should not be older than six months.
Copies of relevant pages in your passport, such as pages containing previous visas.
A cover letter. A personal letter in which you explain why you are applying to visit Italy, how long you plan to stay, when will you leave and other relevant details of the trip.
Document checklist. Tick the documents submitted and add the document checklist to your application file. The checklist is usually available from the Italian Consulate/Embassy.
Should your application
be denied, the organizing committee
cannot change the decision of visa
officer, nor will ICKEM 2022 engage
in discussion or correspondence with
the visa application center on
behalf of the applicant. The
registration fee CANNOT be refunded
when the VISA application of
individual being denied.