Italy Decreto Flussi 2023, Application Forms with Online Apply

Italy open Seasonal Non Seasonal & Sponsor work visa scheme for 2023 Decreto Flussi Quota and Opening From Today 04 October 2023 at 9:00am local time. Decreto Flussi 2023 (an Italian immigration quota program) has started for non-EU candidates. Interested individuals from about 31 non-EU countries will be able to apply for this work visa program.

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When to apply for Decreto Flussi 2023?

For ‘Decreto Flussi 2023’, applications for pre-registration are available from 12 December 2023. The application deadline is March 2023 It is still not possible to send the application but only see and fill in advance From 27 january 2023, non-seasonal workers, self-employed workers and converts may apply. Whereas from 1st February, 2023, seasonal workers can submit application through their employer.

2 December for Non Seasonal Sponsor

04 December for Domestics Seasonal

12 December for Seasonal

The Italian government has finally announced the date for submission of application for work visa application. Approved dates will help employees both seasonally and non-seasonally.

How to apply?

Anyone can apply only through the online portal provided by the Italian Ministry of the Interior, which is “Click the Apply Link Here“. Please note that the request must be submitted by an employer, Italian or foreign, legally residing in Italy. To apply, access only through SPID, Digital Identity.

The new Decreto Flussi visa was approved by the court auditor on December 02, 2023, and it will be published in the Official Gazette on how many people will be issued visas in which sectors.

According to the new decreto flussi regulation, 69000 non-EU foreign workers are allowed to enter Italy under this program.

Decreto Flussi Visa Application Submission Date and Time

Non-seasonal workers

Applications can be sent starting from: On January 27, 2023, from 9:00 AM for the recruitment of non-seasonal employees, the company for self-employed employees and for conversions.

Seasonal workers

Applications for the recruitment of seasonal workers start from 9:00 on 1 February 2023.

As in previous years, the prerequisite for compiling and submitting applications online is the presence of a SPID (The Sistema Public di Identity Digital) identity, as illustrated by the circular number of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Act 3738 of 4 December 2018, if possible, uses the same email address for SPID identification as the username.

During the compilation and forwarding of questions, users are assisted by a help desk service that can provide technical information and help can be obtained by requesting a help form using the “Help Desk” link on the application’s home page.

You can avail this help service for all the above registered users. All applications must be submitted by March 18, 2023, and will be processed in the chronological order of submission.

How to apply For Italy Job Visa 2023?

Applications will be accepted from 9am on January 27, 2023 for self-employed workers, employers of non-seasonal workers and those who convert existing residency permits. Seasonal workers (agriculture) can apply from 9 am on February 1, 2023.

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Seasonal/Agriculture Visa Application Starts:12 December 2023
Deadline of Seasonal Visa Application:04 December 2023
Non-Seasonal Visa Application Starts:02 December 2023

Decreto Flussi 2023 apply links

Application links and the forms can be found  Apply here.

Decreto Flussi 2023 quota

According to the new decree, 69,700 non-European foreign workers have been vacated in Italy for seasonal and non-seasonal subordinate work and self-employment. The overall quota is divided as follows:

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1- Quota for Seasonal Workers

The Decree (Decreto Flussi) allows 42,000 quota for entry for seasonal work. Quotas for seasonal work are reserved for the following nationalities:

  • Albania,
  • Algeria,
  • Bangladesh,
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina,
  • Korea (Republic of Korea),
  • Ivory Coast,
  • Egypt,
  • El Salvador,
  • Ethiopia,
  • Philippines,
  • Gambia,
  • Ghana,
  • Japan,
  • Guatemala,
  • India,
  • Kosovo,
  • Mali,
  • Morocco,
  • Mauritius,
  • Moldova,
  • Montenegro,
  • Niger,
  • Nigeria,
  • Pakistan,
  • Republic of North Macedonia,
  • Senegal,
  • Serbia,
  • Sri Lanka,
  • Sudan,
  • Tunisia,
  • Ukraine.

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2. Quota for Non-Seasonal and Self Employment

27,700 quotas are reserved for employment in the road transport, construction and tourism-hotel sectors that citizens of all countries have signed or are about to sign cooperation agreements on immigration issues. 

Of the aforementioned 27,700 entrances, 17,000 are reserved for workers who are citizens of:

  • Albania,
  • Algeria,
  • Bangladesh,
  • Bosnia – Herzegovina,
  • Korea (Republic of Korea),
  • Ivory Coast,
  • Egypt,
  • El Salvador,
  • Ethiopia,
  • Philippines,
  • Gambia,
  • Ghana,
  • Japan,
  • Guatemala,
  • India,
  • Kosovo,
  • Mali,
  • Morocco,
  • Mauritius,
  • Moldova,
  • Montenegro,
  • Niger,
  • Nigeria,
  • Pakistan,
  • Republic of North Macedonia,
  • Senegal,
  • Serbia,
  • Sri Lanka,
  • Sudan,
  • Tunisia,
  • Ukraine.

3- Visa conversion quota

The remaining 7,000 quotas granted by decree are reserved for those who need to convert a residence permit already held for other reasons into work. In particular, in this context, quotas are divided as follows