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How can I obtain the italian fiscal (tax) code?
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The Fiscal Code is a code, consisting of letters and numbers that is used by Italian public administrations to identify, in an unambiguous manner, individuals and non-individuals with regard to their relations with Italian institutions and public bodies.

In order to obtain a fiscal code, the following documents must be submitted to one of the “Agenzia delle Entrate” (Local Revenue Offices), along with the application form, (available for download on the Agenzia delle Entrate - National Revenue Agency - website).

The following documents must be also presented:

  1. For Italian or EU citizens: a valid identification document;
  2. for non-EU citizens:
    • A currently valid passport. The entry visa must have been issued not before than 90 days prior;
    • Or: A valid permit of stay, or the receipt of the application with photo; if the permit of stay has expired expired, but a renewal has already been requested within 30 days from the expiration date, students must also submit the related payment receipts (made by postal order);
    • Or: The applicant’s certification of identity (with photos), issued by the Italian diplomatic or consular representation in the country of origin.
The Agenzia delle Entrate di Perugia (Local Revenue Office) is located in Via Canali, 12, Perugia, Tel. 075/9110111

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