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I am renewing my Permesso di Soggiorno.

I want to travel to Germany for Christmas vacation to visit my sister, but I'm waiting for the renewal of my Permesso di Soggiorno to be complete

How to get temporary Permesso di Soggiorno?

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  • You should ask this question on Expatriates. You're much more likely to find someone there who knows the answer than here. – phoog Dec 7 '16 at 13:30
  • Question is there now. – Jan Doggen Dec 7 '16 at 14:28
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According to the Polizia di Stato d'Italia

Requirements for immigrants leaving Italy temporarily

Foreigners awaiting renewal of their residence permits can leave and re-enter Italy if they hold:

  • the receipt issued by Italian Post offices (Poste Italiane S.p.A) certifying the submission of the application for renewal of their residence permit or EC residence permit for long-term residents;
  • the expired residence permit;
  • their passport or other equivalent travel document .
  • But I read some articles about traveling to Schengen country is not allowed with this things. Thats why I'm searching for other ways. It is possoble to have a temporary Permesso di Soggiorno?. @Dorothy – luka reid Dec 7 '16 at 15:58
  • You asked about a temporary Permesso; Italia doesn't issue a temporary document. Is the question whether you will have problems entering Germany? You're already within the Schengen Area. – Giorgio Dec 7 '16 at 16:02
  • The problem is I'm renewing my Permesso. So it is possible to go to Germany even if my Permesso is on process of renewing?. @Dorothy – luka reid Dec 7 '16 at 16:04
  • Correct, and you can travel with the expired Permesso, the receipt from the post office when you sent your renewal, and your valid passport from your country of citizenship (all three). – Giorgio Dec 7 '16 at 16:05
  • But there is an article saying that "Moreover the journey cannot entail any transit (not even as a stop over) through any of the Schengen countries; Namely: Austria, Belgio, Danimarca, Finlandia, Francia, Germania, Grecia, Italia, Lussemburgo, Paesi Bassi, Portogallo, Spagna, Svezia, Islanda, Norvegia, Slovenia, Estonia, Lettonia, Lituania, Polonia, Repubblica Ceca, Slovacchia, Ungheria e Malta." @Dorothy – luka reid Dec 7 '16 at 16:12

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