Italian language test for long term residence permit and citizenship application
On 4 October 2018, law no. 113 on immigration and safety has come into effect setting new rules for resident permit and citizenship applicants in Italy.
Basing its requirements on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the law says that a minimum A2 level of knowledge of the Italian language is now demanded to long term residence permit applicants while immigrants applying for citizenship must prove a B1 level.
The A2 or B1 level must be certified by an authorised test centre.
Students can attend a course at the local Training centre for adults (CPIA) and pass the test at end of the course or they can simply take the final test without attending a course.
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