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Visas are valid until their expiration date (unlike passports which tend to begin to lose power up to half a year before their ostensible expiration date). Planning to leave Schengen on the last day of your visa's validity does puts you at risk of inadvertently overstaying, for example, if you end up stuck at the airport until the 4th for reasons outside ...


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A Schengen visa's start and end dates are inclusive. That means the visa does not expire until 23:59 of the end date. Visas that have a specified day count can expire earlier if the day count is exceeded. In your case you have a Schengen with a day count of 30, and have used 4. That gives you 26 days of unspent leave. The end date of your visa is 3 ...


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I did buy an Italian prepaid SIM in 2013 and do not recall that I was asked to provide a codice fiscale (I didn't even know at that time what it was and certainly did not have one assigned by the authorities). The process was smooth given that I knew beforehand the option I wanted and only basic Italian or English was involved. A passport / official ID was ...


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The three main operators (Tim, Vodafone, Wind) have shops pretty much everywhere, as well as in/near the airport. You can buy a prepaid sim easily, don't worry, Italy is a very touristic country. You might need to sign some papers when buying the sim but that's all. Just make sure it works in your phone, and that your phone also works with the network ...


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Codice fiscale is only for people that live in Italy and is not mention for the one that just visit Italy. It is similar as for Social Security code for USA any way you can calculate your Codice fiscale onlie http://www.codicefiscale.com/ provide all the information to the bottom one comune di nascita put the state you were born.



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