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I’m studying in Italy and had a permesso di soggiorno which expired a few months ago. However, I also have a French permit of stay (titre de séjour) because of my dad’s work.

Can I enter Italy with my passport (Turkish) and the French titre de sejour? Once there, I will start the permesso renewal process.

  • Are you asking whether you can enter Italy, or stay there and resume your studies? – Giorgio Jan 10 '18 at 18:21
  • Just to enter. Because as soon as I enter , I will start the permesso renewal process – Bjkli Jan 10 '18 at 18:30
  • TY; I added that clarification to your question. – Giorgio Jan 10 '18 at 18:39
  • Ok thanks for that. Do you know it? – Bjkli Jan 10 '18 at 19:17
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You can find good info regarding your answer here: https://www.acs-ami.com/fr/info-voyage/se-deplacer-espace-schengen/

it's in french but you should be able to read it.

Anyway, the answer is yes. You can enter Italy with your french titre de sejour, as long as you don't stay in Italy for more than 3 months. If in the meantime you will obtain italian "permesso di soggiorno" no problem at all.

Having said that, it's not very clear if you will come to Italy from France or from Turkey. Or where you are staying at the moment. Because if your italian permesso di soggiorno expired "some months ago", and you are still in Italy, probably you are violating the law.

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