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Public Question Asked by Z. Zeno about Florence
I am an American citizen. I would like to move to live in Italy. Preferably as close to Firneze as possible. I know it can be quite expensive so I am asking for advice for affordable areas. As for work, I believe the economy to be quite difficult in most of the world right now. I am not an executive so I am hoping to obtain a working visa possibly through language school or something. I would appreciate any other ideas for employment. This is a decision I made to follow my passion of Italy. I have traveled there a few times., I just want help in doing it the easiest and cheapest way.
The Best Answer
Answered by a Localyte , Rome, Italy
Your name reminds me of the great Italian writer Italo Svevo.
I would suggest to contact the American consulate in Florence and seek for their advice first, then check a list of American companies who have operations in the Tuscany/Florence area, and last to keep your finger crossed:-)
Good luck and I'm sure you'll made it to Italy!
BTW have you thought about relocating to Le Marche...cheaper and less crowded?
Best of luck
Answered by George Sandu , Torino, Italy
1st : get an accomodation .
2nd : get your staying in Italy 100 % legally .
3rd : find a job ( here you have an advantage that you are a native English speaker .. use it 100 % )