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I have dual citizenship, Australian and Italian, and I live in Australia. My husband is an Australian citizen and has been offered a job in Italy. It is to work in a movie for about 2 months. I will be traveling with him. My question is regarding the type of work visa he would need and if being married to an Italian citizen makes it easier? I would love to know the process and how long it usually takes. Thank you in advance.

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  • Legally, he doesn't need a work visa if you accompany him to Italy, but practically, it may be easier just to apply for the work visa he would need as any Australian. Will you be in Italy while he is working there? – phoog Sep 2 '18 at 23:41
  • Yes, I'll be accompanying him in Italy. – B.Francesca Sep 4 '18 at 0:49

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