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Italian Passport: Where and How to Get One

You may need an Italian passport for a number of reasons. Probably the most common one for English speakers is for those who are looking to get italian citizenship if otheir parents were born in Italy in order to solve the problem of staying in italy long term. You may also be living in Italy and have decided for the first time that you would like to travel outside of the European Union and need a valid Italian passport to do so.

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Are you planning on going abroad? First of all it is important to know that for all of the countries that are part of the European Union a valid identification card is required. On the other hand, if you need an Italian passport, Rome-Explorer.com offers some useful advice on the quickest and best way to get one.

Italian Passport: Where and How to Get One

Let's see where to go for an Italian passport. If you need an Italian passport you can turn to several government offices including police headquarters, the passport service of police stations, post office, town hall. An agreement between the Italian Post Office and the Ministry of the Interior has established the costs of the service it is 20 euros plus government taxes. As for those you live abroad you can turn to the Italian embassy or consolate in your home town.

Italian Passport: Group Passport
If you travel in a group of more than five people you can obtain a collective passport that is valid only for one trip and it lasts 4 months. Howeer, the head of the group must have an individual Italian passport that is valid.

Italian Passport: Validity
Passports are valid for 10 years and they are electronic, and now require digital photos, so make sure you adhere to current requirements.

Italian Passport: Minors’ Rights
For those under the age of 18, parents permission is required in order to obtain a passport. If the child is under 10 years old, he or she has to travel accompanied by a parent or an adult guardian. Until the age of 16 the minor is usually registered on the passport of his or her parents. If the minor is older than a photo is required.

Italian Passport: What To Do If Lost or Stolen Abroad

While abroad if you happen to lose your passport or it is stolen you should go to your countries embassy to report it. If you are a traveller you should report to the local police the loss or theft, bring two photos (front view full colour 24x32 mm), and bring the original airline ticket. If you live abroad you should report to the local Police the theft or loss, show a valid ID card with photo and residence visa, or a justification of your current address. If you have questions and need more information about papers you may consult the web site Polizia di Stato (Italian State Police) which has a section devoted to passports. If you are abroad we suggest the web site of Ministero degli Affari Esteri (Italian Foreign Office).

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