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I'm moving to Italy...one way or another

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I am planning on moving to Italy his fall. I have been emailing consulates, browsing countless websites, and generally paining government agencies trying to get any straight answer...which I have not gotten, as yet.

I want to be able to go and choose from Florence, Bologna, and Venice, which I want to live, be able to look at apartments and homes before making a decision, and find a job near my place of chosen residence. However, none of our visas allow for this. They all want you to have a job and a place of residence and apply for the pertinent visa before even leaving the US.

To any of you out there who successfully live and work outside of the US, is there any way around the mountains of red tape? Any advice is much appreciated.

RozPrince

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