Online survey for British expats in Italy

British embassy in Rome launches survey for British nationals living in Italy.

The British Embassy in Rome has launched an online questionnaire with the aim of learning more about the experiences of British nationals living in Italy.

The online campaign will be active until 10 December, and the embassy will use the data obtained to ensure that the information published on its website and social media channels is up-to-date, relevant and useful.

On launching the questionnaire, the British ambassador to Italy, Jill Morris, underlined the

embassy's desire to “understand and address the challenges that British expats face.”

Acknowledging that many British expats are well integrated into Italian society, and therefore sometimes harder to reach, the ambassador said: "We want to understand what your difficulties are, and how we can best work for you and our Italian partners.”

The embassy says the questionnaire takes five minutes to compile.

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