Questura di Arezzo

  • Via Filippo Lippi snc - 52100 AREZZO ( Dove siamo)
  • telefono: 05754001
  • fax: 0575400477
  • email: gab.quest.ar@pecps.poliziadistato.it

Residence card for non-EU family members of an Italian or EU citizen - As of 2nd August 2021 a new electronic residence card will be available

CONDIVIDI

Relevant legislation: Legislative Decree No. 30 of 6 February 2007 as amended.

Non-EU family members of an EU citizen who are eligible to apply are: the spouse or partner (in a registered partnership), direct descendants under the age of 21 or who are dependants, and those of the spouse; dependent direct ancestral relatives and those of the spouse or partner (in a registered partnership). The application may be submitted three months after entry into Italy (or after expiry of the permitted tourist stay).

AS OF 2nd AUGUST 2021 A NEW RESIDENCE PERMIT IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT WILL BE ISSUED TO FAMILY MEMBERS OF ITALIAN OR EUROPEAN CITIZENS following the entry into force of (EU) Regulation No 2019/1157 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2019. New rules have come into effect relating to strengthening of security standards applicable to residence documents issued to EU citizens and their family members exercising their right of free movement.

The new electronic residence card is valid for 5 years when applying for the first issue and for minors under 18 years of age. It is valid  for 10 years for adults who have acquired the right to permanent residence.

The prescribed fee for the issue of new electronic residence cards is €30.46. This fee can be paid for through post office help desks displaying the sign “Sportello Amico” by filling in the dedicated pre-printed paying-in slip.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE FIRST ISSUE:
(Please note: 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 registration

f) up-to-date supporting evidence that the applicant is financially independent or that he/she is dependent on an EU citizen

g) the prescribed fee for all residence cards issued after 2nd August 2021 is €30.46. This fee can be paid for through post office help desks displaying the sign “Sportello Amico” by filling in the dedicated pre-printed paying-in slip.

 

COHABITING RELATIVES OF AN ITALIAN CITIZEN UP TO THE SECOND DEGREE

Cohabiting relatives of an ITALIAN CITIZEN UP TO THE SECOND DEGREE who cannot apply for the residence card provided for by Legislative Decree No. 30/2007 because they are not within the required degree of kinship or they are not financially independent or they are not dependent on the EU citizen may obtain an electronic residence permit. Accordingly, in addition to the above-listed documents adults will have to submit proof of payment of the prescribed fee which is €70.46 (old fee was 30.46) including the cost of the residence permit in electronic format. This fee can be paid for through post office help desks displaying the sign “Sportello Amico” by filling in the dedicated pre-printed paying-in slip. The payment receipt must be shown when submitting the application. If the applicants are parents above the age of 65 who entered Italy after 5 Nov. 2008, electronic residence permits will be issued to them provided that they have a full health insurance coverage valid throughout Italy or that they are registered with the Italian national health service (for information please contact the Local Health Unit showing the receipt of application issued by the Police Headquarters). If the insurance is taken out after applying for the residence permit, the relevant documents must be submitted to the Immigration Office in the shortest possible time.


 

 

Applications must be submitted by appointment.

Appointments must be booked sending a message

on WhatsApp number 351 91 34 939 to the Immigration Office of the Questura

Those who do not use WhatsApp may book their appointment 

by reaching us on our normal contact details by phone: Contatti Uffici


Those who are resident in Montevarchi, S. Giovanni Valdarno, Terranuova Bracciolini, Loro Ciuffenna, Castelfranco 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.

 

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR RENEWING OR UPDATING A PREVIOUS RESIDENCE CARD:

(Please note: 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) expiring residence card as a family member of an EU citizen

e) updated documents relating to accommodation and proof of financial means 

f) the prescribed fee for all residence cards issued after 2nd August 2021 is €30.46. This fee can be paid for through post office help desks displaying the sign “Sportello Amico” by filling in the dedicated pre-printed paying-in slip.

PLEASE NOTE: Cohabiting relatives of ITALIAN citizens up to the second degree who cannot apply for the residence card provided for by Legislative Decree No. 30/2007 because they are not within the required degree of kinship or they are not financially independent or they are not dependent on the EU citizen must apply for the renewal of their residence permit before it expires through the post office using the postal kit. (see “List of residence permits / residence cards to be applied for through a post office using the postal kit”)


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13/12/2017
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