Italian Immigration & Visa Appeals
Our lawyers are able to take care of the entire process relating to a request of the work authorization, the entry visa and the permit to stay in Italy.
Our Italian Immigration attorneys routinely advise non-EU individuals who are planning to move to Italy to start a business, financial or industrial activity, or to obtain the elective residence.
If your Schengen Visa has been refused by the Italian Embassy or Consulate, you have the right to appeal against the unfair refusal within 60 days from the date of notification. The Administrative Tribunal in Rome (TAR) will not consider late applications. In order to formally instruct us to appeal a decision to refuse a VISA to Italy, we need a copy of the letter received from the Italian Consulate or Embassy, evidence of your ability to be financially independent whilst in Italy ("proof of funding" or "proof of income"), copy of your passport and utility bill together with a payment of a retainer fee for our costs.
Following an incorrect procedure or making wrong applications may lead to significant consequences, for this reason, it is critical to apply to a lawyer with the competence to execute a well-drafted appeal.
An Italian lawyer is required by law to conduct the appeal process before the Administrative Tribunal in Rome (TAR); you cannot appeal personally. The expert lawyers at Giambrone will steer you through the process and ensure that all the appropriate measures are taken to have the best chance of success.
Our diverse team of Italian Immigration Solicitors can give legal advice in the following languages: English, Italian, French, Spanish and Arabic,
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