Once my husband (holder of American and Italian passports) and I (American passport only) decided to stay in Rome beyond the one-year period stipulated by my spousal visa, the celebratory prosecco would soon be followed by a more practical concern: obtaining a permesso di soggiorno, the Italian equivalent of a Green Card. This document allows non-European Union citizens to reside and work in Italy for a limited time
Wanted in Rome
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Nomentano - Torlonia- just 5' by foot from the park - 10' by foot from the metro stop Bologna - in wonderful location - small closed street - in period building - floor: mezzanino...
Psychological support in English American psychologist working with the English speaking expat community in Rome since 2001 provides individual psychotherapy for all mental health...
Actively seeking qualified EFL teachers for state school English courses in the Talenti area and Mostacciano area. Afternoon/evening availability, immediate start, diverse opportun...