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FAQ

 

FAQ

How do you get a visa to Italy?

Embassy information for entry of foreign nationals in Italy can be found in the section Information and Services -Visa.
Information about visas and how to book an appointment, can be found in the section Contacts.
For requests or clarifications  you can write at visa.ambkhartoum@esteri.it

How you enter Sudan?

For any information on how to enter Sudan  (necessary documents, visa, any mandatory vaccinations etc.), please contact the Embassy of Sudan in Rome (T. +39 06 32096129 / email: info@sudanembassy.en)

I am an Italian citizen, what is the procedure to marry a Sudanese citizen?

For all information related to mixed marriage please contact the Consular Section of the Embassy by writing an email (consolare.ambkhartoum@esteri.it) or coming to the Embassy during opening hours (Monday-Tuesday from 9 am to 11 am).

It there a health care system in Sudan?

In Sudan there are medical facilities, but the level of services is not equivalent to european standards. It is therefore advisable to provide for comprehensive health insurance before travelling to the country.

What is the situation in Sudan security?

For any information about the situation in the country, see the page dedicated to the Sudan of the institutional Travel Safe web site.
The web site periodically updated by the Crisis Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after consulting the Italian diplomatic missions. Whoever undertakes a trip to Sudan it is strongly advised to inform of  their presence  this Embassy. You can just send an email to consolare.ambkhartoum@esteri.it indicating name, telephone number and the planned travel itinerary.
In this way you will be included in the list of temporary presences in the country and you will have access to the information service -via SMS- arranged by the Embassy.

Can I study in Italy, as a Sudanese student?

For further information on the training opportunities in Italy and to the scholarships available for foreign students, see the Studies.


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