Read below to learn more about the laws regarding getting a visa and entry to au pair in Italy.
EU citizens can enter Italy with a valid passport. Once they arrive, they must have their host families submit a declaration of their living situation to the local police station and register at the town hall.
Non-EU citizens who stay for less than 90 days can come on a tourist visa. For non-EU citizens who intend to stay longer, they must apply for a student visa with a recognized language school in Italy. Once they arrive, they can get a residence permit at their town hall.