The Italian visa for non-EU citizens is an important document required by Italian authorities to assess the legal and regular entry of citizens who do not belong to the European Union. Specifically, it is an authorization issued by the diplomatic representations of the “host” Country that allows the non-EU citizen to cross the border for short periods. The rationale on which the document is based, as well as its function, is simple and intuitive. Each Country requires compliance with certain parameters to grant an entry visa. These parameters vary depending on the type of visa, the reason for the visa, and the duration of the visa. We’ll try to explain more about them.