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1. Posted by msbally (Budding Member 5 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

hi,
i need help all that i can get from you guys.
i am going to Milan for 3 mos.
i intend to explore Italy but also would like to be able to
find work part time or full time. How hard is it to find a job with
out a working visa? or would it be easy for me to find an employer
there to sponsor me so that i could stay longer? do you know places
i can go for networking?

much thanks,
msbally;)

2. Posted by gpucri (Budding Member 15 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

I think that to legally work in Italy you need a fiscal code,but to have one you must be a UE citizen or resident in ue or you must have a work invitation from Italy. So I suggest you to consult an italian embassy or a cultural or student exchange or try to stay au pair in a family. Otherwise you can try a "black work" but i advise against this. it's a work without contract,it's widespread but illegal and if police check you, you risk a big fine. If you want I can try to ask more informations

3. Posted by gpucri (Budding Member 15 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

oooh, i see you have 42 years old. i think you are searching something better than stay au pair in a family!! i will try to have more informations