Family members of an EU citizen who are eligible to apply are: the spouse, direct descendants (children) who are under the age of 21 or are dependants, and those of the spouse; the dependent direct ancestral relatives (parents) and those of the spouse.
Please note that the application can be submitted no earlier than the expiry of the three-month period starting from the date of entry into Italy (or any different time period allowed for tourism).
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS (The Immigration Office reserves the right to ask for additional documentation if necessary):
a) € 16 revenue stamp
b) 4 recent and identical passport-sized photographs
c) A valid passport - bearing an entry visa, where applicable - and a photocopy of its relevant pages (there is no need to photocopy blank pages);
d) Documents confirming the existence of a family relationship to an EU citizen and, where applicable, a certificate confirming the status of dependent family member of an EU citizen;
e) Self-certified statement of cohabitation (and of maintenance if the applicant is a dependent family member of an EU citizen) duly undersigned by the EU citizen who must state the full current permanent address where they live together under the same roof, along with a certificate of registration of the EU citizen issued by the Anagrafe (Registry Office of the municipality of residence). If the EU citizen is Italian, a photocopy of his/her valid identity document will suffice in lieu of the certificate of residence.
f) Up-to-date supporting evidence that the applicant is financially independent or that he/she is dependent on an EU citizen;
g) Full health insurance coverage valid throughout Italy.
WHERE, WHEN AND HOW TO SUBMIT THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
The documents must be submitted in person by the applicant resident in the Province of Arezzo (authorizing letters are not admitted) to the Immigration Office of Arezzo’s Police Headquarters (Questura) located in Via Filippo Lippi – during office opening hours.
Those who are resident in Montevarchi, S. Giovanni Valdarno, Terranuova Bracciolini, Loro Ciuffenna, Castelfranco di Sopra, Pian di Scò, Cavriglia and Bucine can also submit the requested documents to the Commissariato di PS di Montevarchi (Police station in Montevarchi) during opening hours.
Those who are resident in Sansepolcro, Anghiari, Pieve Santo Stefano, Monterchi, Badia Tedalda, Sestino and Caprese Michelangelo can also submit the requested documents to the Commissariato di PS di Sansepolcro (Police station in Sansepolcro) during opening hours.
THE RESIDENCE CARD must be collected in person by the applicant who must return the receipt of application.
Relevant legislation: Legislative Decree No. 30 of 6 February 2007 as subsequently amendend.