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Italy Investor Visa aka Italian Golden Visa

[UPDATE 2020]

1 AMAZING NEWS & Why You have to Invest NOW!

Join #1 2020 Trending Investment Program with Tax Benefits

Looking to gain Italian residency by investment in 2020?

Why Italy Investor Visa is the Most Trending Worldwide Visa?

Italy has Now decreased minimum amounts for joining Italy Investor Visa!

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Italy Investor Visa: A Quick Background.

Since March 2017, the Italian government has launched two new investment immigration programs:

1) The Italy Investor Visa.

This is a residency by investment Programs not dissimilar to those of Portugal, Spain and Malta.

But way more better, we can say.

A key difference, is that the Italian residence program requires an investment into a startup, company, or government bonds.

Rather than an investment in Italian real estate.

2) The second program is  Italian Flat Tax / Substitute Tax Regime for Huge Tax Benefits.

We spoke about this in a separate Article

3) A third residency programme, namely a pensioner visa programme for international retirees.

While these programs are still relatively unknown, we are registering HUGE DEMANDS for this year.

So if you’re serious about getting your European Plan B in place, NOW is the time to apply for Italy Investor Visa.

Discover your investment visa options in Italy below,

Join NOW Italy Investor Visa Program!

Contact Us Immediately & Start Applying!
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Italy Investor Visa for Residency: Key Benefits

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  • The ability to travel throughout the EU, visa-free

  • A fast, simple application process – residency can be granted in as little as 12 months.

  • Excellent quality of life, world class education personal safety as well as attractive healthcare benefits.

  • An attractive taxation structure for Non Habitual Residents

  • Investment from as little as € 250,000 to obtain Italian residency.

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Why Do I Have to Choose Italy Investor Visa?

Italy Investor Visa is a 2-year visa for non-EU citizens who choose to invest in strategic assets for Italy’s economy and society.

The Italy Investor Visa is a program that has been introduced by the Italian government with the financial law back in 2017 and represents a step forward in promoting investment in Italy as well as an important new entry within the Italian Visa System.

The Italy Investor Visa is today considered the Best Worldwide Investment Visa option, also for optional Tax benefits.

Which Benefits will I Have from Investor Visa Italy?

  • Education: free public education is available to children who reside in Italy (charges may beapplied for school meals where applicable)

     

  • Registration with National Health Service: holders of an elective residence permit can registervoluntary with Italian National Health service by paying a registration annual fee. Registration entitles to have a family doctor, access to all specialist tests and visits, be admitted to hospital, etc.

     

  • Permanent residency: holders of an elective residence permit can apply for the EC residencepermit for long-term residents after 5 years of legal stay in Italy. In order to be eligible they must have registered as residents and filed tax returns. For get Italian residence, see also the Elective Residence program.

     

  • Italian Citizenship: after 10 years of legal residency in Italy an individual should be eligible to apply for Italian citizenship. In order to be eligible one must have registered as resident and filed tax returns at least 3 years before filing and show a taxable income of not less than € 6,000 (adjustedevery year). You can read more about here.

     

  • Tax Limitation: for Applicants with high worldwide incomes or high family reddit for any reason, it’s possible to benefit to the Flax Tax Lump Sum Regime, which allow to pay only a fixed amount of taxes, regardless of how much income or resources you have. Read about this Tax Application

     

  • No quota limits: differently as for other types of visa (f.e. work visa), there is no annual quota limits for applying and relocating to Italy.

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Italy Investor Visa: What Happened Now?

Thanks to Covid19 pandemic, Italian Government decided – with “Rilancio Decree” – to decrease minimum investment amount,

in order to attract more and more Investors. 

Previously, The Investor Visa Italy Program was really really appealing…

But now we can certainly say it’s the Worldwide Most Profitable Investor Visa and Golden Visa Program!

Indeed, Government reduces 50% all amounts (expect for investment in Bonds and donations).


  • Investing €500,000 into an innovative start-up enterprise (NOW only 250,000€)


  • Investing €1 million in an Italian Limited Liability Company (LLC) (NOW only 500,000€)

What are you waiting for?

Not everyone knows Italy has Investor Visa program.

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Italy Investor Visa options & key points

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As of January 2019, applicants have the following investment pathways available:

  1. Italy Investor Visa Residency Program:

    While the Italy Investor Visa is relatively new avenue for non-EU passport holders to establish a foothold in Italy, it is already garnering a lot of attention.

    The investment visa is valid for two years, with a 3 year renewal option, and becomes permanent after 5 years.

    The visa investment options include:

    • Investing €500,000 into an innovative start-up enterprise (NOW only 250,000€)

    • Investing €1 million in an Italian Limited Liability Company (LLC) (NOW only 500,000€)

    • Investing €1 million in an Italian philanthropic project or initiative

    • Investing €2 million in Italian government bonds.

The processing time associated with getting the investment visa approved can be as little as 30-40 days.


A declaration of commitment upon application is generally sufficient;

no investment is required prior to receiving approval on your application, making this a fast, simple and low-risk option. 


Investor Visa Italy is generally associated by our Clients to Italian Flat Tax Program:

For High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) paying €100,000 or more in taxes/year,

the Italian flat-fee taxation structure could be highly compelling.

By moving your tax residency to Italy, you’ll be able to pay an annual substitute tax of €100,000 flat, regardless of your total income earned outside of Italy.

Your family members can be included under this ta residency programme for an additional €25,000 per person.

Any income earned within Italy is progressively taxed in accordance with Italian law.

The Italian Flat Tax Residency Programme is open to all nationalities for a period of 15 years.

The government also accepts applications from Italian nationals returning to Italy after maintaining fiscal residency in another country for a decade or more.

This substitute tax programme also includes payment of taxes on real estate, gifts, financial assets outside of Italy,

as well as bank accounts and any capital gains tax on shareholdings realised after the fifth year.

Italy Investor Visa - F.A.Q. & Common Questions

Most Common Questions about Italy Investor Visa & a simple list of FAQ Investor Visa Italy we prepared for Clients.

In which types of Companies can I invest to obtain an Italy Investor Visa?

Most Common Questions about Italy Investor Visa & a simple list of FAQ Investor Visa Italy we prepared for Clients.

Which types of investments do qualify for an Italy Investor Visa?

Concerning limited companies, both capital increases and the purchase of shares already issued are considered as qualifying investments.

Also donations or Government Bonds or investment in an Innovative Italian StartUp.

Is it possible to purchase shares of more than one limited company for Investor Visa Italy?

No, the investment must be directed to only one company per application.

By extension, it is also not allowed to combine different types of investment (e.g. direct part of the amount to a donation and part to an investment in shares).

How is family reunification regulated for relatives of investor Visa Italy residence permit holders?

Family reunification is allowed and regulated by the general laws on the subject, in particular by art. 29 of Legislative Decree no. 286 of 25 July 1998 (Consolidated Act on Immigration – TUI).

The categories of family members for whom reunification is allowed are listed in art. 29 of the TUI:

a. spouses not legally separated and aged over 18;

b. minor children – including those of the spouse, or those born out of wedlock – who are unmarried, provided that the other parent has given his or her consent;

c. dependent children aged over 18, if for objective reasons they are unable to provide for their essential needs due to health conditions implying total disability;

d. dependent parents, if they do not have any other children in the country of origin, or parents over 65 years of age, if the other children are unable to support them due to serious and duly documented health conditions.

Can the holder of an Investor Visa Italy carry out self-employment and/or dependent employment activities?

Yes, investor visas do not provide for any legal restrictions concerning employment status.

Foreign citizens with a residence permit for investors can carry out activities as both employees and self-employed professionals.

During the 2-year validity period of the Investor Visa Italy, is it possible to change the composition of the investment portfolio?

No, the investment portfolio must not be changed during the 2-year validity period of the residence permit.

The investor must maintain the original investment for the entire duration of the permit, otherwise it will be revoked.

Why are You missing this opportunity?

Not everyone knows Italy has Investor Visa program.

Join Now!

Do You Think to be eligible for Italy Investor Visa or for Flax Tax Regime for New Residents?

Contact Us! 

We assist EU and non EU citizens with immigration and visa matters, as well as  residence registrations.

We offer a comprehensive service tailored to the needs of each case. 

All cases listed here

Our services include advice on immigration law, cross-border implications related to Italian Dual Citizenship, Investor Golden Visa Italy

(See also here for Investor Golden Visa benefits)  

preparation of visa, permit to stay and residence applications, tax aspects, avoidance of dual taxation, (more informations also here)

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