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Bonus for Ukrainians in Italy in 2024: who can get 900 euros?

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Bonus for Ukrainians in Italy in 2024: who can get 900 euros?

Citizens of Ukraine who have been granted temporary protection in Italy can apply for a bonus of €300 per month for three months. Find out more about how to apply and the list of required documents

An insurance policy is a guarantee of your safety and peaceful stay outside of Ukraine
An insurance policy is a guarantee of your safety and peaceful stay outside of Ukraine
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Italy took 5th place among the EU countries in terms of the number of Ukrainian refugees accepted. In total, about 180,000 Ukrainians have received temporary protection status in the state. Like other European countries, Italy provides asylum seekers with housing, healthcare, work, access to education and financial support.

In particular, the bonus program for Ukrainians was extended in 2024, under which a refugee can receive 900 euros.


How to make a payment? Details in our material.


Who can get a bonus in Italy in 2024?


The government of Italy allocated financial support for Ukrainians who received the status of temporary protection in the country.

You can issue a bonus in the period from January 1 to December 31, 2024. The payment will be calculated for the next month after the application is submitted.


What is the amount of the bonus in Italy for Ukrainians in 2024?


The amount of payments is equal to 300 euros per month for one adult. Financial support will be provided for 3 months. That is, a maximum of one person will be able to receive 900 euros of living allowance.




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How to submit an application and a list of documents for obtaining a bonus for Ukrainians in Italy


To apply for the payment of a bonus for Ukrainians in Italy, you must contact the municipal council of the city in which you live with the following list of documents:

- Application for receiving a bonus.

- Copy of temporary protection certificate.

- Copy of passport.

- A copy of the Italian tax code (Codice Fiscale).

- Birth certificate of children (for persons who have children).

The application can be submitted in person, by mail, or via e-mail to the municipality.

For more detailed information about the bonus procedure for Ukrainians in Italy, look for the website of the municipality of the city in which you live.


As a reminder, Ukrainians who have settled in Europe and received the status of temporary protection usually have the right to free medical care. However, quite often the queue to see a doctor can last several months, and the level of services will not meet expectations at all. Therefore, in order to provide yourself with high-quality medical support during your stay abroad, we advise you to take out a health insurance policy. Read more about the reasons and benefits of insurance at the link.


Also, if you are abroad in your own car, it is important to have a Green Card insurance policy. Read here what the Green Card covers and how it works. You can purchase a policy on the Visit Ukraine portal.



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