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Italy Work Visa Opportunity - Decreto Flussi Program 2023

Italy releases work visa applications every year under the Decreto Flussi program. If you wish to work in Italy, this is the best opportunity. The Decreto Flussi program makes it easy to get an Italian work visa. Every year, there is a fixed quota reserved for individuals from third-world countries. Last year, this quote was released for around 45000 applicants.  The Italian government has started releasing information on the work visa applications for 2023 which are expected to open in December. Under the Decreto Flussi program, individuals who come from weak academic histories, lack English proficiency, or have the insufficient financial capability to apply for higher education in Italy can also get a work visa to work in Italy. 

You can apply for Decreto Flussi 2023 program to get a work permit in Italy with the following simple steps:

  1. Prepare a CV and Cover letter: Your CV must be well-drafted and up-to-date. A good CV increased the chances of getting a job. 
  2. Find the Employer: This is the right time to find the employer. If you start searching for an employer after the applications open in December/ January, you might miss the deadlines. 
  3. Nulla Osta Document: Your employer will apply on your behalf to the Italian Ministry, which will provide you with the ‘Nulla Osta’ document. This document is sent to your local Italian consulate where you can collect it upon identifying yourself with the proper documents. 

The great news is that this time the quote is going to be for 80000-100000 applications. Reach out to Meridean Overseas to make sure that your CV and Cover Letter are impeccable so that you get your desired job. You may contact our expert counsellors at any Meridean Overseas Education Consultant (MOEC) branch. For more queries or further details about working in Italy or applying to Italian Universities, please mail us at application02@meridean.org or call us at 1800-1230-00011.

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