Italy VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR Kiribati CITIZENS IN 2021
Key Things to Know
- Citizens of Kiribati do not need a visa to visit Italy as tourist.
- The allowed stay is 90 days.
Minors (aged 13 years or under) leaving Italy unaccompanied or with an adult who is not their parent/legal guardian must ensure that they are in possession of an authorization (“Dichiarazione di Affido”) which has been signed by both parents/legal guardians prior to travel at either an Italian consulate, embassy or police station. This does not apply if the minor is travelling with only one parent/legal guardian.
How to get Italian visa by yourself
Frequently Asked Questions
Do Kiribati passport holders need a visa to visit Italy?
Citizens of Kiribati do not need a visa to visit Italy as tourist.