The non-EU worker must prove, pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 3 of art. 26 of the Consolidation Act no. 286/1998 and subsequent amendments and additions, the possession of:
a) suitable accommodation, either by producing a contract for the purchase or rental of a property, or by means of a declaration made by the foreign national himself in accordance with Articles 46 and 47 of Presidential Decree n° 445 of 28 December 2000, or by means of a declaration made in accordance with the same regulations by an Italian citizen or foreign national legally residing in Italy, stating that he has made suitable accommodation available to the visa applicant;
b) an income, from lawful sources, of an amount exceeding the minimum level stipulated by law for exemption from participation in health expenditure. This minimum income requirement is met in the presence of documentation proving that a similar income has been obtained in the country of residence for the year preceding that in which the visa application is made or in the presence of the declaration provided for in point 2.c;
c) provisional nulla osta for entry purposes, issued – in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 5 of Article 39 of Presidential Decree No 394/1999 and subsequent amendments and additions – by the competent Territorial Police Headquarters, to which a copy of the declarations and statements, or of the substitute documentation indicated above, must also be submitted.
The declarations and attestations – or the substitute documentation – indicated above, together with the nulla osta of the Questura, all no more than three months old, must be presented, for their verification and evaluation, to the competent Italian diplomatic-consular Representation, which will, in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 5, 6 and 7 of Article 26 of the Consolidated Act no. 286/1998 and subsequent amendments and additions and paragraph 6 of Article 39 of Presidential Decree no. 394/1999 and subsequent amendments and additions, issue the visa.