Italian Working Holiday Visa
Italian Working Holiday Visa
Italian Working Holiday Visa
Italian Working Holiday Visa

Italian Working Holiday Visa

Regular price $499.00


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Rome! Milan! Pasta! Chianti! Imagine living and working in Italy - immersing yourself in the rich history and culture! This 1-year working holiday visa gives young people a taste of life in Italy, and an opportunity to work there for up to 6 months (with your other 6 months spent as a tourist).

Why Use Restless World?

For only $499, let Restless World take the stress away and assist with your Italian Working Holiday Visa application. We will ensure your application is 100% correct and complete before submission.

This is what we'll do:

  • Assist you with the completion of your official Italian Working Holiday visa application
  • Book your appointment at an Italian Embassy in your capital city
  • Help you with all of the documents required for your application, including the correct timing of when to get these documents
  • You will have direct contact with our team of Visa Experts for advice and support throughout the entire process - whenever you need it

Simply put, we will assist you throughout the whole Italian Working Holiday Visa application process!

⇢ Are You Eligible?

In order to qualify for the 1-year Italian Working Holiday Visa, you must:

  • Be aged between 18 and 30 years
  • Hold a passport/be a citizen of an eligible, partnered country (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or Republic of Korea)
  • Have access to the equivalent of €10,000EUR for a visa of 365 days or a proportional amount if staying for fewer than 365 days (i.e. €10,000/12 x number of months)
  • Cannot include any minors/dependent children on your application
  • Have not previously taken part in the Italian Working Holiday scheme before

Criminal Convictions:

If you have a past criminal conviction on record, you may or may not be eligible depending on the circumstances. If this is the case, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can assess your case.

So, are you made of the right stuff? Do you tick the appropriate boxes? If so, your dream of living, working, and travelling in Italy could be close enough to touch! 

⇢ How much does it cost?

The current cost for the Italian Working Holiday Visa is €116EUR. 
*Fees correct as of 5th January 2021 & subject to change without notice. The visa price above is independent of our Restless World Visa Service fee.

**Please note that the Italian Consulate charges in local currency, not EUR (even though they advertise visa prices in EUR!). As such, final pricing will fluctuate, and will not be exactly as indicated on the Italian Government website. We will always endeavour to provide you with the most accurate quote in your local currency before we complete your application, but Restless World cannot be held responsible for Italian Government price changes or discrepancies.

⇢ Mandatory Consulate Appointment
All applicants must attend an appointment at the Italian Consulate/Embassy in a capital city near you. They will interview you at this appointment, take payment for your visa application, and check all your supporting documents at this appointment. An appointment can take 3-6 weeks to secure, so it is important to start your application as early as possible!
⇢ A Word of Warning
The fees charged are for the administration cost of processing a visa application. If you fail to provide all the required documents necessary for your application to be investigated and processed you will not receive a refund on your visa fee. The final decision for a visa approval is at the discretion of the Italian Government and a refund on the visa fee will not be given if an application is denied.
**All applicants are required to disclose any/all past criminal and/or serious traffic related offences and previous visa refusals for any country. Failure to disclose this information could lead to your application being rejected and could lead to a subsequent multi-year ban. Restless World cannot be held responsible for rejections or bans imposed by a foreign government on account of undisclosed information.