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Visa for work – sport

To apply for all categories of visa «D», all documents in all languages must be translated to Italian language. Translations must be done by the translators accredited by the Consulate General of f Italy in Moscow and legalized by the Consulate General itself,  otherwise must be notarized and apostilled. The documents in English aren’t required to be translated.

1. Declaration of personal consent issued by the CONI to the relevant Italian Embassy/Consulate, specifying the personal details of the athlete, their sporting discipline, and the details of the receiving club.

2. “Nulla Osta” issued by the competent Questura released on not earlier that 90 days prior to submission of documents and supporting letter from inviting company

3. Tickets for “C” type visa For details…

4. International Medical Insurance valid for all the Schengen Territory
for “C” type visa For details… 

5. Travel document valid for at least 3 months after the date of the visa expiry. Photocopy of the passport itself and any previous passports (pages with personal data and all pages with stamps or visas). For details…

6. Application form according to type of visa For details…
While making an appointment
via web-site for visa type C an application form will be filled in automatically.
When applying for a visa type D you can find an application form
here.

7. Photo (of established format) – 1 pcs. For details…

8. Financial guarantees for “C” type visa For details…

9. Deposit slip from the bank as proof of payment of the Consular fee (Banca Intesa) For details…

10. Internal passport (original and copy of page with a photograph and page with registration)

11. Consent for processing the personal data For details…


Please be advised that VMS service fee is required to be paid after submission of the documents this amount is not included in the visa fees it is an additional fee. For more information please click on
the link.

The Consulate General of Italy reserves the right to demand any additional documents.