Work Permit In Italian Student Visa
Can you tell me something about work permit in Italian Student Visa?
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If you apply for a Student Schengen Visa or a Long-stay Student Schengen Visa, you will not be able to work during your stay in Italy. To be able to work part-time jobs during your study, you will have to apply for a National Visa (which is a D Category Visa).
If you hail from the USA, Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, or any other EU nation, you must apply for a
work visa. However, upon arrival in Italy, you will have to apply for a residence or work permit. On the other hand, if you are from a country other than the ones mentioned above, you will have to apply for a National Visa if you wish to study and work in Italy.
Read about all these points in detail here: Italian student visa application | 5 important things to know
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