So you’ve decided to move to Italy from the United States. Unfortunately, the road ahead will involve more than touring the gorgeous countryside and eating delicious Italian food. Whether you’re moving there temporarily or plan to live there indefinitely, relocating to Italy requires a lot of planning, careful budgeting, and coordination with an Italian consulate.
To help you accomplish all this quickly so you can get back to Duolingo sooner, we’ve done the research and compiled a complete relocation checklist for your move to Italy. Keep reading to learn which visa you’ll need, which international moving company to hire, and how you can eventually become an Italian citizen.