Opportunities Focus will be happy to let you know that the Italy’s Decreto Flussi Work Permits For Foreigners is offering 80,000 work permits for foreigners in 2023 to address their labor shortage. The permits can be applied for online from March 27 to December 31, 2023, with 44,000 allocated for seasonal work and 38,705 available for non-seasonal and self-employment reasons.
Good news coming on Media and the Internet. The Government of Italy 80000 Work Permits in 2023 For Foreigners. All of these permits can be applied for online and you can apply from 27 March 2023 to 31st December 2023. The earlier you apply the earlier your application will be considered. The Government of Italy is facing a labor shortage. Italy opens immigration every year to meet its labor shortage in certain sectors.
The name of this work permit is “Decreto Flussi”. It includes Seasonal workers, agriculture, Tourism hotel sector, and other sectors as well. Over half of those – 44,000 – are allocated for seasonal work, with the remaining 38,705 available for non-seasonal and self-employment reasons. This is is the right time and right opportunity to move to Italy and start work in Italy. Looking to work in Italy in the year 2023? This is the permit you’re looking for!
Details of the Italy’s Decreto Flussi Work Permits For Foreigners
- Host Country: Italy
- Type of Opportunity: Job/Work Permit
- Work Permit Name: Decreto Flussi
- Nationality: Open to all countries
Timeline (Decreto Flussi opening Date)
The online applications for the Italy work permit for 2023 will start on 27th March 2023 and will close on 31st December 2023.
Total Quota for (2023) 82,705
- Seasonal Work Visas: 44,000
- Other Sectors/Non-Seasonal: 38,705
Non Seasonal Work Sectors
- Road haulage of goods for third parties
Who can Apply?
Luckily Pakistan and India are on the list this year in Decreto Flussi 2023.
Albania, * Algeria, * Bangladesh, * Bosnia and Herzegovina, * Korea (Republic of Korea), * Ivory Coast, * Egypt, * El Salvador, * Ethiopia, * Philippines, * Gambia, * Georgia, * Ghana, * Japan, * Guatemala, * India, * Kosovo, * Mali, * Morocco, * Mauritius, * Moldova, * Montenegro, * Niger, * Nigeria, * Pakistan, * the Peru’ Republic of North Macedonia, * Senegal, * Serbia, * Sri Lanka, * Sudan, * Tunisia, * Ukraine and many other countries.
Italy Work Permit Processing time
The Italian authorities have made some changes and made the process fast.
- The work permit will be issued within 30 days.
- A visa will be issued within 20 days.
- A work permit will be automatically sent to the Embassy/consulate in your country.
Required Documents for Italy’s Decreto Flussi Work Permits For Foreigners
- Valid passport of the foreign worker
- Valid identity card or passport of the employer in Italy.
- Certificate of housing suitability and residence address in Italy of the worker
- €16 revenue stamp
- Employment contract, a current number of employees of the company.
- Employer delegation and authorization (privacy)
- Chamber of Commerce certificate.
- DURC (single contribution regularity document)
- UNICO 2021 form (employer’s tax return);
- Financial statements for the year 2021 of the company/enterprise;
- Employer contacts (telephone number, employer email, VAT number, pec address, etc.)
Find a Job in Italy
There are many reputable Job websites from where you can find a Job and work in Italy as international if you are applying from outside Italy. The List of the Job websites for Itlay:
- The Local
- Eures (EU Jobs https://eures.ec.europa.eu/index_en)
- Lavoro Turismo
- Jobs Inb Milan
- Expat Jobs
- Linkedin Italy
How to Apply for Italy’s Decreto Flussi Work Permits For Foreigners
The online applications for Decreto Flussi 2023 Italy Work Permit will start on 27th March 2023. Before filling out the online application for a work permit you have to complete these four steps:
- Find a Job/ employer in Italy.
- Creating an EU Style CV: https://eures.ec.europa.eu/index_en
- Employer will apply online for work permission
- Work permit approval.
- Apply for a visa in the home country at VFS global.