San Marino

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History / Basics

The minor country of San Marino is found totally inside of the fringes of Italy. It is Europe’s third-littlest nation and its most seasoned free republic. The populace of San Marino is called Sammarinese. San Marino had its beginnings in AD 301 when a Christian stonecutter named Marinus established a cloister at the highest point of Mount Titano.

San Marino was established in the year 301 C.E. by a Christian stonemason, who was named as Marinus, he fled the island Arbe off the Dalmation rule to get away from the counter Christian abuse of the Roman Emperor of that time named Diocletian. Which is why to remember Marinus, the range was named the Land of San Marino.

Its capital is the City of San Marino, its largest city Dogana. It covers an area of 7.09 km2 and has a population of 4,211 residents

Finding Work

Some sites charge a subscription fee to access their vacancy listings, but many allow job seekers to review and respond to listings free of charge. It’s also possible to submit your CV online (usually free), but it’s wise to consider the security implications of this move. By giving your home address or phone number, you could lay yourself open to nuisance phone calls or even worse. A number of websites that list vacancies in Italy are listed below:

alispa.it

Jobrapido.com : Job search by Jobrapido. All new jobs in one place, ordered by relevance. Find your next job on

http://it.jobrapido.com/Offerte-di-lavoro-a-San-Marino
http://it.jobrapido.com/Offerte-di-lavoro-per-And-Company-a-San-Marino
  • Linkedin: Last but not least, this huge professional social network is a resource for building contacts in the field and location of your interest.

Accommodation / Mobile / Tax Registration

The Consorzio San Marino 2000 , representing less than 22 accommodation facilities, offers accommodation packages particularly attractive and profitable. You may check this website..

http://www.viviun.com/AD-5175/
http://www.monasterystays.com/?a=destination&b=Italy/San%20Marino
https://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/europe/san-marino/domagnano
https://www.homeaway.co.uk/lettings/italy/san-marino/r1190
http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/emilia-romagna-and-san-marino/san-marino/hotels

If you stay in San Marino for over ten days, you are required to get one of these permits.
You must submit these documents, translated into Italian: birth certificate; application form; marriage certificate (if necessary); police records; three passport photos;

Click here for an application form.
You must submit the documents to the Passport Office in San Marino.

Residence Permit

You can apply to be a permanent resident of San Marino after you have lived there for at five years since you were granted your original permit of stay.

Special Permit

Special permits are continuous or seasonal. You must have a job lined up first to be granted either. A continuous permit is for if you have an indefinite job contract. It is granted by the State Congress.

A seasonal permit is for if you have a job that lasts up to ten months. A seasonal permit is granted by the Foreign Office of Gendarmerie. It must be determined that your employer tried to find a local applicant and was unsuccessful.

Study Permit

Study permits are granted for up to one year. They can be for students at any primary, secondary or university level school. You must go to your classes and get satisfactory grades to maintain your permit.

Visa
European Union citizens do not need visas for any Schengen country.
Fifteen countries make up the Schengen area: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden.

Citizens of the following countries DO NOT require visas when visiting Schengen area countries for tourism, official or business stays of 90 days or less:
Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, El Salvador, Estonia, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Rumania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Switzerland, United States of America, Uruguay, Vatican City, Venezuela.
Citizens of those countries, which are not listed above, need a visa to enter the Schengen area.

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