Renewal of the declaration of habitual residence for foreign citizens (english)
Updated to: 16/03/2021
Foreign nationals, who are not citizens of one of the EU Member States and registered with the Resident Population Registry of the City of Vicenza, must renew their declaration of habitual residence within sixty days of the renewal or updating of their residence permit, under penalty of cancellation from the Registry.
How to do it
Within sixty days of the renewal or updating of your residence permit, you must submit to the Municipal Register of the City of Vicenza the following documentation:
- Declaration of habitual residence;
- Original copy of the renewed/updated residence permit (including any other family members’ residence permits);
Art. 7, para. 3 of Presidential Decree 223/89, as replaced by Art. 15, para. 2 of Presidential Decree 394/99
Where and when
Municipal Register Office (Ufficio Anagrafe)
Palazzo degli Uffici
Address: piazza Biade 26
Phone: 0444221411 e 0444221409 (only from Monday to Friday from 11.30 am to 1 pm)
To access the counter citizens must have a progressive numerical ticket withdrawable to the queue management display in the waiting room for the public, until the available accesses are exhausted. Citizens who proceeded with an online booking of a service, however, are not required to have a ticket, as they access the counter with the reservation number.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm, no reservation needed
- Wednesdays from 10 am to 2 pm, only by appointment to book online
- Tuesday and Thursday from 4.30 pm to 6 pm, only by appointment to book online
Decentralised registry office District 3
Villa Tacchi (zona San Pio X)
Address: viale della Pace 89
Service in this office is available only by appointment made online. To book an appointment click on this link: http://www.comune.vicenza.it/servizi/prenotazioni
The decentralised Civil Registry Office ex circoscrizione 3 issues civil status certificates only in Italian (the multilingual form is not available).
Furthermore, it issues birth certificates only from 1938, marriage certificates from 1956 and death certificates from 1971.