Career Fairs in Italy are called Job Meetings (organised by Cesop Communication. For more informazion please visit www.jobmeeting.it). A Job Meeting is an event designed for students, recent graduates and young professionals. It consists of a day dedicated to the working world, during which visitors have the opportunity to meet representatives from the main Italian and foreign companies, graduate schools and national/international organisations.
If you are not sure whether you need to apply for a visa or not, or if you do not know what the requirements to apply for one are, then you should check out the website we propose below.
Here you will find all the information you need on how to apply for a visa, and where to do so (depending on how long you are planning to stay in the country). You will usually need one visa to enter the Schengen area, and then you are free to move within its internal borders without the need for an additional visa.
Work permits are issued only if you have a job contract with an employer in the country where you want to go. You will usually need to find a job while still in your country. This will entitle the embassy, or diplomatic authority, to issue the visa. These requirements change from case to case, so please read the details carefully and make sure you know exactly what you need.
Please take a look at the website of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for more information http://www.esteri.it/
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