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Visa: information and application

 

Visa: information and application

Information on the protection of individuals with reference to the processing of personal data for the issuance of an entry visa in Italy and in the Schengen area

 

Australian Citizens are allowed to travel to Italy and in to the Schengen area for up to ninety days, within a six months period from the first entry, without an entry visa.

Visa applications must be lodged at the Embassy/Consulate of the country of main destination in the Schengen Area, that is the country where you will spend the longest period of time or the country of first entry, should the time spent in each country be of equal length.

The Visa Office of the Embassy of Italy in Canberra is open to the public from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, from Monday through to Friday and on Wednesday also from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. No appointment is required. Visa applications are only accepted from applicants resident in the ACT, the cities of Queanbeyan and Cooma, Solomon Islands, Fiji, PNG, Vanuatu and Nauru.

For further information please click the following link “visto per l’Italia”

 

 

 

Communication for Papua New Guinea residents:

Papua New Guinea poliovirus outbreak

The World Health Organization has confirmed that poliovirus is circulating once more in Papua New Guinea after 18 years of being polio-free. As polio is a highly infectious disease which transmits rapidly, there is a potential for the outbreak to spread across the country, or even into neighbouring countries, unless swift action is taken.

Therefore, travellers applying for a Schengen visa, who are residing in PNG or Papua Province for 4 weeks or longer must have a documented polio vaccine ( in the form of an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis) within 4 weeks to 12 months prior to international travel.


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