How to apply for a Schengen visa at the Embassy of Italy in Manila

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Schengen visa issued by the Embassy of Italy in Manila

Filipinos are required to have a Schengen visa when traveling to a country within the Schengen Area in Europe. As of 19 December 2011, the Schengen Area consists of the following European countries:

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland

Applying for a Schengen visa — or any other visa, for that matter — in the Philippines can be a somewhat tedious process, with countless forms to fill, myriad documents to procure, expensive fees to pay…you get the drift. Here’s a guide to help you on your own application.

The following is based on our own application at the Italian Embassy on August 2012. It applies only to short-stay tourist visas for visits of less than 90 days, for Filipinos residing in the Philippines. For other types of visas and foreign residents, contact their call center.

We applied at the Italian Embassy since Italy was our point of entry and exit. Unlike most embassies of Schengen countries in the Philippines, the Italian Embassy does not require a personal appearance, which is convenient for applicants who live outside of Metro Manila. However, if you’re going on a European tour and Italy is not your main destination nor your entry/exit point, the embassy’s call center will likely instruct you to apply for a Schengen visa at the embassy of your main destination and/or entry/exit country.

Update: According to ANA in the comments section, the Italian Embassy no longer offers courier service; personal appearance is now required. Thanks for the heads-up, ANA.
Tip #1: Apply early. We rang their call center two months before our intended departure, and the earliest they could schedule a pick-up was two weeks later. It took another three weeks for them to process our visas. Apparently, the Italian Embassy was handling thousands of applications at that time due to the upcoming canonization of Pedro Calungsod. If we called any later, we possibly wouldn’t have gotten our visas on time. TL;DR: Apply 90 days before departure (the earliest you are allowed to apply) to avoid such contingencies.

1. Prepare the required documents

It would be wise to have most of the requirements ready before you schedule a courier pick-up date with the embassy’s call center. You can listen to a recorded list of requirements by calling +63 (2) 845-9200. Here are the documents to submit to the Italian Embassy:

Update: Click here for an updated list of required documents (as of February 2013) for short-stay tourist visas.
  • Cover letter. This is not required, but since there is no personal interview, we included one to better explain the purpose of our visit. You can download our sample cover letter here.
  • Completed Schengen visa application form. The application form can be downloaded here. Don’t forget to affix your signature on the last page.
Tip #2: If you plan to visit only countries within the Schengen Area, a single-entry visa is sufficient enough. Once within the Schengen Area, your passport will no longer be stamped when crossing member country borders. If you plan to leave the Schengen Area (e.g. side-trip to the UK) and return, you will need a double-entry visa. If you plan to go in and out of the Schengen Area more than twice, you will need a multiple-entry visa.
  • One (1) passport-size photo with white background. Click here for picture specifications; the studio photographer is likely already familiar with these. Do not bother sending more than one copy; we sent two copies each and they returned the extra one along with our passports. Do not staple.
  • Original Philippine passport. Passport must be valid for at least three (3) months from the end of your trip and have at least two (2) blank pages.
  • Photocopies of information page (second page) and signature page (inside back cover) of passport
  • Photocopies of information and signature pages of old passports
  • Photocopies of previous visas and immigration stamps (Schengen or otherwise), if any
  • Proof of occupation. For employee: Certificate of Employment with approved leave of absence, photocopy of company ID and payslips, etc. For self-employed: photocopies of Certificate of Registration and latest Income Tax Return, etc. For students: photocopies of Certificate of Enrollment and school ID, etc. You can provide more proof, such as photocopies of latest professional tax receipt and membership cards in professional organizations, if you feel it will help.
  • Proof of sufficient funds. Original bank certificates and photocopies of passbooks covering transactions for the last six (6) months. If you have a non-passbook ATM account, you can ask the bank for a copy of your Statement of Account for that period, or print it yourself if available through the bank’s online facility. If you have credit cards, you can submit your credit card statements for the same period. Obviously, you must have enough money in the bank to cover the costs of your airfare, accommodation, tours, food, etc. Click here for the daily minimum amount required in Euros for tourists in Italian territory.
  • Detailed travel itinerary. This is for the entire duration of your trip, including stays outside of Italy. If your trip is a package tour from a travel agency, the agency will likely provide this for you. If you’re on a DIY trip, simply make one yourself. For example:
Date Activity and location Accommodation
4 April 2013 Self-guided walking tour, Rome, Italy Welrome Hotel, Rome, Italy
  • Confirmation of reservation of round-trip tickets. You need not buy your tickets at this time; confirmed reservations are sufficient enough. You can get a booking certification from any reputable travel agency for a fee (we got ours for PHP 560). Some agencies even offer it for free. Note: booking certifications issued by travel agencies usually have a validity period; be sure to send your application within that time.
  • Confirmation of reservation of accommodation. Same as above, you need not pay your hotel/hostel/etc at this time; your travel agency can make the necessary reservation and issue a booking certification. Alternatively, you can book online and print the voucher yourself; Booking.com allows you to make reservations without a down payment. If you’re staying with a friend or a relative instead, you will need to submit an invitation letter from them and a photocopy of their passport or residence permit. The template for the invitation letter can be downloaded here. (Edit: Click here for an English version of this invitation letter.)
  • Confirmation of reservation of tours, if any. Same as above, your travel agency can arrange this for you.
  • Photocopy of travel insurance policy with a minimum coverage of EUR 30, 000. Your travel insurance should cover the entire trip duration plus an additional 15 days from the end of your trip. Click here for the list of accredited Philippine insurance companies. The most convenient is the Prestige Euro Plan of Blue Cross; you can easily purchase it online here and have the policy instantly delivered to your email address.
  • Other supporting documents. You may submit other documents which you feel will help establish your rootedness in and assurance of return to the Philippines, such as photocopies of marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, land titles, etc.
  • Manager’s check payable to ‘PIASI’. You can procure a manager’s check from any commercial bank where you have an account. You will be informed of the current visa fee when you set an appointment with the embassy’s call center. At the time of our application, the fee was PHP 4, 495.
Update: According to Ken and Cynch in the comments section, there is no need to procure a manager’s check as you can pay in cash at the Italian Embassy. Thanks for the heads-up, Ken and Cynch.
  • Document checklist with disclaimer. Simply print a list of all the documents you will submit and add the following disclaimer at the bottom: “Incomplete requirements may be grounds for the refusal of my application.” Affix your signature to the checklist above your printed name.

2. Set a pick-up date with their call center

You may contact the call center of the Italian Embassy through the following toll numbers:

PLDT: 1-909-101-2200
BayanTel: 1-903-101-2200
Globe: 1-900-101-2200

Calls cost a whopping PHP 32 per minute from landline (more from cellphone). Once connected, the customer service agent will give you a reference number and inform you of the date the courier (usually 2GO) will pick up the documents from your specified address.

3. Submit requirements to the courier

The courier will pick up your documents on your appointment date and give you an acknowledgment receipt. Before submission, place all the requirements in a long brown envelope and seal it with tape. Write the following on the back of the envelope:

First line: ITALIAN EMBASSY VISA APPLICATION
Second line: TOURIST VISA
Third line: [YOUR COMPLETE NAME]
Fourth line: [YOUR PASSPORT NUMBER]
Fifth line: [YOUR REFERENCE NUMBER]

4. Wait

Visa processing at the Italian Embassy takes up to 15 working days. If all your requirements are in order and the consul approves your application, the courier will return with your passport with Schengen visa within that time.

If approved, the embassy will send a notice along with your passport saying that you may be asked to provide copies of the required documents at the point of entry or anytime during your stay in the Schengen Area. Personally, we did not experience this; the immigration officer merely stamped our passports and waved us through without saying anything at all. Unless you change your point of entry to another country, you probably will not be questioned upon arrival in Italy.

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  • kheya

    nice explanation..and by next week i will go to the embassy i complete bring my documents thank you so much..godbless

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi kheya, thanks for dropping by. Good luck on your application.

  • kheya

    hi my nice friend its me again kheya…can you give me an advice what is the best that i can do before i go the embassy of italy here in manila?i have all documents but what is reference number?where did i get a REFERENCE NUMBER? AND WHAT IS THAT PURPOSE? THANKS YOU SO MUCH AND GODBLESS..IM LOOKING FPRWARD TAKE CARE

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi kheya. Please visit their official website for more information:

    http://www.ambmanila.esteri.it/Ambasciata_Manila/Menu/Informazioni_e_servizi/Visti/

  • Chel

    Thank you for this! My fiance’s about to visit me here in Milan and we don’t know a single thing on how to get him a tourist visa. This is a big help. Thank you!

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Chel, thanks for dropping by. Glad I could be of help; hope you see your fiance soon.

  • rowena

    may babayaran po ba na processing fee sa embassy before nila iprocess ang pag-aaply ng visa aside dun sa sinasabi na managers check ng worth 4,495 or kasama na yun?

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi rowena, thanks for dropping by. Nope, no other fees other than the manager’s check. Please verify the current fee by ringing their call center, as they may have increased/decreased the amount.

  • rowena

    ah,ok thank’s!!! one more question,,,like ko na po bumili ng tikets for my kids,,,kaso nagdadalawang isip po ako na mabayaran ito dahil baka di umabot sa release ng visa. what is best po ba? ,,,may iterenary na po kami,ok lang po ba yun?
    how much po aabutin ang manager’s check? THANK YOU!

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi rowena. It is recommended you buy your tickets after you get your visas. You need only to submit a booking certification to the embassy. Please ring their call center for the current amount of the manager’s check.

  • marites mendoza fatal

    hello po may I ask kung saan ko po I download ang affidavit of petition galling napo ang mister ko sa Philippine embassy rome hindi daw po sa kanila kukuha pls kindly help kung saan ko po down load or either pls. kindly send to me on reply thanks a lot po

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi marites, thanks for dropping by. I’m afraid I can’t help you with that either. Your best bet is to ring the embassy call center (the numbers are on the post above).

  • ANA

    Hi! The info you laid out here is very useful, detailed and informative. FYI though. I just called the Italian VIA and they no longer offer courier service for short-term visas (tourist). This policy set in place Nov 2013, so after this post was put up, but just thought I’d let you know all the same. Thank you again for this helpful post. : )

  • ANA

    **was set in place

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi ANA, thanks for dropping by. It’s a shame they don’t accept mailed applications anymore, as it was very convenient for provincial applicants. Thanks for the heads-up.

  • Ken

    Hi, FYI: my friends and i just applied at the Italian Embassy last week. We paid a total of PHP4,949 each (cash). Not too many applicants that time.

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Ken, thanks for dropping by. I see the fee has increased slightly. Thanks for the heads-up :-)

  • Say

    Hi. Where can i get an english version of invitation letter? Sa website kasi nila its an italian form of invitation letter. Thanks.

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Say, thanks for dropping by. Click the link below for an English version of the invitation letter:

    http://www.ambwashingtondc.esteri.it/NR/rdonlyres/DB6E01F8-F496-4517-A15A-93B7564740FC/5329/host_declarationtourist1.pdf

  • Cynch Molina

    Hi! Rowena, you do not need to issue a manager’s check as you can pay it in cash.. FYI, as of today, fee is now 4,951php in total including processing, visa and courier’s fee..
    Please better call their call center to assist you and make an appointment schedule and get your reference number..

    Cheers!

  • Cynch Molina

    Hi! Just wanted to tell you, thank you for your help.. Without your blog, I wouldnt be able to make an appoinment by calling their call center for having my reference number and schedule..
    Thank you again…

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Cynch, thanks for dropping by. Glad you found the info here useful :-)

  • Kathryn

    Hi. Should they approve your application, I’m just curious what’s the basis. Is it based on the flight booking confirmation you submitted? Like your supposedly departure date of they usually date it earlier? Thanks :-)

  • Kathryn

    Hi. Should the Italian embassy approve your application, I’m just curious what’s the basis. Is it based on the flight booking confirmation you submitted? Like your supposedly departure
    OR date the visa earlier than the flight booking confirmation submitted?

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Kathryn, thanks for dropping by. Based on my own Schengen visa (pictured above), the consul dated it 30 September 2012. It was exactly one (1) day before our arrival at the international airport in Fiumicino, 1 October 2012, as stated on the booking certification.

  • Kathryn

    i see. so they are very particular wih the date. Thanks you so much. Have a fab saturday :-)

  • Kathryn

    Hi Ken. When you called for the appointment, did you choose the date when to go or is it their option to give you whatever is available slot to submit the requirements? How long is the waiting from the time you called and the appoinment to go to the embassy? Thanks in advance :-)

  • Kathryn

    Good afternoon Yellaflow. Another question if I may, when you called for the appointment, did you choose the date when to go or is it the embassy’s option to give you whatever is available slot for the submission of requirements? How long is the waiting from the time you called and the appoinment to go to the embassy? Latly, before I call the CALL CENTER what are the things or documents should I prepare or be needing? Thanks and have a blessed sunday :-)

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Kathryn. The agent gave us the earliest available date, but it’s likely possible to request for a later date if you’re unable to make it on the former.

  • rowena

    ok,,,thank you!

  • Kim

    Hi Yellafellow. Can I ask you a question? I just established my Travel agency business this year and I still don’t have my ITR, What do you think are the other documents I should submit? Thank you :D

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Kim, thanks for dropping by. Click the link below for an updated list (as of February 2013) of requirements for a short-term tourist visa:

    http://www.via.ph/viaphforms/attachments/Tourist%20Visa.pdf

    “6) If Self Employed: Business license/permits, registration and financial statement.”

    “7) Declaration of annual income (ITR)”

    “9) Proof of economic means: Bank certification for dollar and peso accounts accompanied by their corresponding passbook, statements of account. If available, international credit cards, properties, land titles, etc.”

    Just tell them you don’t have #7 yet since you just established your business. If they insist and ask how you’ll finance your trip, possible options include:

    – submitting an old ITR and telling them you’ll be using your savings
    – submitting #7 and #9 of an immediate family member (e.g., husband or parent) and having them certify that they will finance your trip
    – if staying with a close friend or relative in Europe, submitting their #7 and #9, along with an invitation letter, and having them certify that they will finance your trip

  • Kim

    Thank you Yellaflow, I can submit my DTI, passbooks, bank statements and an international credit card, its just that I don’t have my ITR yet and I don’t know if they are more strict compare to french. This is my first time applying in italian embassy. I applied at french embassy before for our educational trip. I’m with my mom and lil sis this time applying for italian visa, I guess we will tell them that my mom will be my sponsor. :) Thank you very much :)

  • shie

    Hi Ken. I’m not sure if you could still read this, but anyhow is it okay to ask how long did it take to receive your visa. I submitted my documents on April 15, two days before Holy Week. In my research it will take 5-10 working days, the longest would be 15 days. It’s now May 8th and I get more nervous in each passing day. Did the courier text you first before they delivered your passport or they just arrived at your place. Thank you.

  • LCA

    Hi Shie, Did you receive your visa? I submitted my documents on April 21 but until now i have not receive my visa yet.

  • shie

    Hello LCA. I am for
    interview today. I received the letter in the nick of time yesterday afternoon.
    I was already typing a letter of follow-up to their office. Anyway, the sched
    for interview is Tue, Thu, Fri bet 12nn-1pm. I decided to come today. No additional
    reqts are asked, just my presence. Just wait. You might receive a request for
    interview until late next week or if you are lucky, your visa :). I have
    a sponsor kasi (my mother) so maybe that’s the reason why they want an
    interview. I’m preparing for answers for possible questions (common and leading
    questions – u know what I mean). I have jitters now. Good luck to both of us.
    Meantime, prepare for a possible interview na rin. Cheer up!

  • shie

    Hi LCA. Had my interview today. Most questions asked were about my family members. I was also asked why I’m traveling for 21 days.The interviewer said that most companies allow only 15 days. Muntik na kong mapa “nge!” Buti na lang something held my horse. I prayed hard na sana macontrol ko ang sarili ko. Because i’m like Kris A na super tactless. Kasi naman many people travel for more than 30 days and still keep their job after the tour. Kaya ang facial expression ko was like “okay ka lang?” Anyway, I told her that my job is very flexible since I work from home. My company allows its contract workers to take holidays anytime as long as it’s not over a month, otherwise, we have to resign and re-apply. The lady also asked about my brother’s job. She asked how long he has been working in Saudi. I replied “I’m not sure, 3.. more than 3 years..”You don’t know?” .So I retorted “All I remember is that he was sent to London in 2008 to supervise the construction of the Olympic stadium before he was assigned in SA.” Based on her facial expression di ko na napigilan sarili ko. I said, “My brother is married and has his own place. We seldom communicate now since he started working overseas. I will not know everything about him. Frankly, I don’t think he knows how long I have worked for my company either. We’re both old and busy with our own lives. The lady frowned. Siya pa ang nainis, eh, mas nakakainis ang tanong nya. It’s true naman talaga. There are many families out there who are not updated with their family members’ lives. She even asked who invited my mother to Germany before she moved to Italy. Sus, malay ko! She shook her head and was disappointed that I didn’t know. I said, “I was 18. I had no idea.” She murmured, pero 18 ka na non. Bakit hindi mo alam.” Gosh! Thank God, I didn’t insult her with her question. This is my weakness. Super bilis akong mainis sa mga foolish questions. Sabi ko na lang, all I know is that it’s a very personal matter. I knew of her plan of going abroad at the time. But my mother never engaged and encouraged her children to discuss problems with the elders. Don’t worry, I understand what you’re question is leading me to. Nevertheless, I honestly don’t know. It wasn’t the last question for the day, though. After the interview she simply said “tawagan ka na lang namin kapag may additional questions ang consul.” So there. I don’t want to take it negatively, but I lift it all up to God. The hardest situation to be in is when you’re asked silly questions. This interview frustrated me quite a bit. It’s okay to ask me personal questions if it’s behind closed door. But for heaven’s sake! the interview is very open. You speak to the mic and every one in the room is all ears. I’m a very formal and objective person dahil na rin siguro sa influence ng corporate background ko. I wasn’t exposed to such line of questioning. Kaya, LCA. Be patient.

  • aldrich

    Hello po!Ask koh lng anu po ang mga kelangan na documents pra maginvite andto po kz ako sa italy at balak kong mapagtour ang fiance ko studyante lng po xa at ako po ung mgbabayad ng trip nia..thanks po..

  • Genesis

    Hi yellaflow! My husband, I and our toddler plans to visit Italy and Greece later this year. This is our first time to travel out of the country. Is it ok if we use the same requirements? Like our passbook and business permit. We are married though. Should we photocopy each and put one in our envelopes? Thanks!

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi aldrich, thanks for dropping by. Click the link below for an updated list of required documents (as of February 2013) for short-stay tourist visas:

    http://www.via.ph/viaphforms/attachments/Tourist%20Visa.pdf

    If you’re the one paying for the entire trip, your fiancee should clearly indicate this in her introduction letter, along with your contact details in case the embassy needs to verify with you. You should also provide her with copies of your financial and employment documents to submit along with her application.

  • Ej

    Awesome site!

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Ej, thanks for dropping by. Glad you find the site useful. :-)

  • Karl

    Hi maam, how did you receive your passport with visa? Did you pick it up personally or they sent it to you through courrier? And which courrier? Thanks

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Karl, thanks for dropping by. They sent back our passports through courier. Don’t remember very well, but I think it was 2GO.

  • Claudine

    Hi, thank you so much for this very detailed info. I would like to ask however, coz since I’m going sometime in August and this is company incentive trip, italy is my main entry and exit point but in between I will be going to amsterdam and paris. I already have a hotel voucher in paris my concern is going amsterdam. My friend made a letter of invitation for me as well as proof of address/registration and his passport. He will only be shouldering my accommodation everything else will be my expense. Do I still need to follow the sample template translated in English you attached in this site for the letter of invitation or our own letter of invitation is enough na?

  • Rene Ebreo

    good moring po. gsto ko pumunta sa Rome Italy. kc gusto akung itrip ng friend ko na taga Canada. isa akung pulis dito sa pilipinas. ano po ang dapat kung gawin po?

  • Jay ar

    Goodmorning po gusto ko lng po itanong kung pano po pumunta ng italy kasi dun po ako pinanganak andun po dati ang magulng ko pero patay n po ung ina ko ung tatay ko e for good n s pinas mga kapatid ko nlng po ung nandun pero rome italy po ung birthplace ko panu po kaya un tnx po

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Jay ar, thanks for dropping by. If you are a Filipino citizen, then you’ll have to apply for a visa, same as everyone else. However, if you legally resided in Italy without interruption from the time you were born until you were 18 years old, then you may qualify for Italian citizenship. For further questions, please contact the Embassy of Italy in Manila:

    http://www.ambmanila.esteri.it/

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Rene, thanks for dropping by. If your friend is the one paying for your trip, you should clearly indicate this in your introduction letter, along with his/her contact details in case the embassy needs to verify with him/her. You should also provide the embassy with copies of his/her financial documents to submit along with your application.

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Claudine, thanks for dropping by. Sorry didn’t get to reply sooner; hope you got your Schengen visa.

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Genesis, thanks for dropping by. Sorry didn’t get to reply sooner; hope you got your Schengen visa.

  • Chai

    May I just ask, how many days/weeks did you have to wait for your appointment? THANKS! Can you please tell me which is the fastest way to get the visa. Is it by booking an appointment through the Italian Embassy website? By calling the premium lines? Or walk-in? THAAANKS IN ADVANCE!!

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Chai, thanks for dropping by. It took more than a month from the time we called the call center to when we received our visas. I cannot comment re: booking direct on the embassy’s website as I have not done it before. I believe they allow walk-ins only for special/emergency cases.

  • marge yap

    Hi…i will be travelling to italy in less than a month…i applied visa here in cambodia and got approved in less than week…my question is entering italy… are immigration officials strict? Did they ask for any documents for you to show them before allowing entry in airport?

    Thanks

    marge

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi marge, thanks for dropping by. No, the immigration officer was not strict with us. He just stamped our passports and that was it. Have fun in Italy!

  • marge yap

    Thanks for the reply….

    Your blog very helpful….

    thanks again.

    marge :)

  • Melissa Benedicta

    Hello,
    What a very useful information you gave here.
    I have a question, do we need to report back to embassy after we completed our journey? i did called the embassy but they said we only need to report back if we have a stamp in our passport mentioned by latest date we need to report. im kinda confuse, i dont have the stamp. Anyway, how did you get the date stamp on your visa? because when i left the border, the officer only stamped me on any page NOT on the visa.

    Thank you,
    Melissa

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Melissa, thanks for dropping by. Personally we did not report back to the embassy after our return to the Philippines. There’s nothing to worry about as long as you don’t overstay your visa. If by date stamp you mean immigration stamp, you get it when you enter/exit the Schengen area. It doesn’t have to be on the visa; it could be on another page on your passport.

  • Marie Jotojot

    Hello po Yellaflow,

    Ok lang po ba na “unemployed” ang ilagay sa mag invite sa invitation letter?
    ESL tutor po ako pero sa friend ko po na Paypal account pinapahulog ang mga payments nila.
    Ok lang po ba yon?
    Kindly reply po.

    Thank you

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Marie, thanks for dropping by. If you’re an ESL tutor, then I guess that’s a form of employment? Perhaps you have other valid evidence you can present, like a contract? Truth is always the best policy. Good luck with your visa application. :-)

  • Salome Guevara

    Hi po, need help ,How to book for translation and legalization , applying for italian citizenship ng bayaw and sis ko

  • http://calabazilla.com/ yellaflow

    Hi Salome, thanks for dropping by. I’m afraid I can’t help you with that; it’s best to ask the Italian Embassy.