Italy: Business Visitor Registration Rules Tightened

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By Rick Vollmar

Dec. 10—Individuals visiting Italy to conduct business are required to report their presence to police within eight days of their arrival. Visitors failing to comply with this requirement will now be subject to fines ranging from 103 to 309 euros ($127 to $382), according to a Dec. 4 release from Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP. Effective immediately, “the rule adds a procedural burden for business travelers and the fines add to the risk of noncompliance,” BAL said.

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The BAL alert is available at http://www.balglobal.com/News/News/Details/tabid/1136/id/4031/language/en-US/ITALY-Dec-4-2014-Business-visitors-now-face-fines-for-not-reporting-presence.aspx.

 

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