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To anyone who has done this, I have a question. I am a resident and citizen of the United States. I am also a retired government employee. I have looked at the requirements for a resident visa in Italia. Some sites say that a person needs to have hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets. One site said that they only care if you have an adequate guaranteed income. Others say that the requirements vary depending on the Italian consulate one visits. I do not have hundreds of thousands in assets, BUT I have a guaranteed income at $75,000 per year. My monthly pension after taxes is $4,200.
Does anyone have any experience or can comment?
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