Milan Registry Office

Registration at Comune di Milano is free and entitles you to:
- the identity card (not valid as a travel document)
- the statement of regular stay in Italy (useful for banks and registration with the National Health Service)
- all Registry Office certificates

Within 45 days a Police Officer will visit your abode to check the address you provided. Only at that point your application will be accepted.

European Citizens

EU citizens must register at the local authorities within 3 months from their first arrival in Italy.

Workers register with the following documents:
1) valid passport + 1 copy
2) fiscal code + 1 copy
3) documents proving the employment status (example: employment contract, pay slip)

Students register with the following documents:
1) valid passport + 1 copy
2) fiscal code + 1 copy
3) enrollment to a study course
4) health insurance for at least one year/ for the whole study period (if you register as resident citizen) or the European Health Insurance Card (if you register as temporary citizen)
5) self-certification that you have enough money to support yourself during the stay (equal to the average welfare payment). Here you can check its exact amount, which changes every year.

If you move to Milan with your family, you might need to prove your family status, bringing with you marriage and birth certificates (translated in Italian and authenticated).

For more information please visit the Comune di Milano website and download the Word checklist for the EU-citizens.

Non-European Citizens

You need the following documents to register with Comune di Milano:
1) valid passport + 1 copy
2) residence permit (or residence permit application) + 1 copy
3) fiscal code + 1 copy

If you move to Milan with your family, you might need to prove your family status, bringing with you marriage and birth certificates (translated in Italian and authenticated).

For more information, please visit the Comune di Milano website and download the Word checklist for the non-EU citizens.

And …

In addition to the documents listed above, you also need:
1) Registry Office form to fill in with:
- personal data of all family members
- house property information (estremi catastali, you can find them on the bill of sale, the rental or utility contract, the registration record)
- house occupation status (own house, rental house, loan for use, etc.)
- any motor vehicle owned by the family members
2) Copy of the IDs of all family members

Here is how the Registry Office form should be filled:
- EU citizens
– Non-UE citizens

Where to go to complete the registration

You can either:
1) send the documents 
- by e-mail to ServiziAlCittadino@postacert.comune.milano.it (write ‘APR’ in the object and attach a copy of the passport/ID) 
- by fax to n° 02.88460164
- by registered mail to the address: 
Settore Servizi al Cittadino - Via Larga n.12 (20122 Milano)
Ufficio Residenze (if you come from another city) or Ufficio Coordinamento Anagrafe (if you have only changed address within Milan)

2) go to the Registry Office in Via Larga, 12 (Monday-Friday, from 8:30 to15:30) or to any Registry Office in Milan.

You have to book an appointment, either by a) calling one of the offices of your choice, or b) using the web service Prenota Appuntamento Online (Online Reservation) on the Comune di Milano website, but you need to register on the website. (*)

(*) You can choose between a Basic and an Advance Profile (for the latter, you need the PIN code or your Comune di Milano tax code or the European Health Insurance Card). In any case, a Basic Profile is enough to book the appointment at the Registry Office.
Later on, you can ask for the PIN code and upgrade your profile, especially if you need extra services, such as school enrollment or Registry Office certificates. For more information about the registration go to the website.

List of Registry Offices in Milan (for opening hours and telephone numbers, please visit Comune di Milano website):
- via Larga, 12 (MM1/MM2 – Duomo)
- via Boifava, 17 (MM2 – Abbiategrasso)
- via Paravia, 26 (MM5 – Segesta)
- viale Ungheria, 29 (Linate)
- via Oglio, 18 (MM3 – Brenta)
- via Quarenghi, 21 (MM1 – Bonola)
- via Sansovino, 9 (MM2 – Piola)
- p.le Stovani, 3 (MM1 – Bisceglie)
- viale Tibaldi, 41 (MM2 – Romolo)
- viale Legioni Romane, 54 (MM1 – Primaticcio)
- largo De Benedetti, 1 (MM2 – Gioia)
- via Passerini, 5 (MM5 – Ca Granda/Bicocca)
- via Padova, 118 (MM2 – Cimiano)
- via Baldinucci, 76 (MM3 – Dergano)

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Immigration office of Comune di Milano

Via Scaldasole, 5 
Phone no. 02.884.48246
Fax no. 02.884.65130
Email: PSS.CentroCultureMondo@comune.milano.it

Opening hours:
Monday 13:30 - 16:30; Tuesday, Thursday 09:00 - 12:00 (up to 15 people/day)