Consulate General of Switzerland in Milano
In the light of the current situation, the Consulate General has adapted its activities and remains accessible every working day by telephone or e-mail but access to the offices is allowed by appointment only from Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 17:00.
Please book your appointment promptly on +39(0)2 77 79 161 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please consult the Order of the Italian Minister of Health for the restrictions in force in Lombardy. Currently, appointments at our representation are fixed only in case of proven necessity.
Italy: Entry requirements
For information on entry requirements into Italy, please refer to the competent Italian Authorities, complete the survey of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affaires or check our page on current requirements for travellers.
Switzerland: Entry requirements
Certificate of life OASI
As of 01.05.2021 the simplified procedure to obtain a certificate of life will no longer be possible. Each pension beneficiary has to return the certificate of life duly endorsed by a local authority.
Switzerland-EU Institutional Agreement
At its meeting on 26 May, the Federal Council undertook an overall evaluation of the outcome of the negotiations on the institutional framework agreement (InstA).
The European Union is Switzerland’s most important partner by far and effective cooperation is therefore vitally important. This video presents facts and figures about the close economic and human relations between Switzerland and the European Union. #SwissEUrelations #MoreThanNeighbors
The Consulate General of Switzerland is located in the Swiss Center, overlooking Piazza Cavour in the heart of Milan. The Center, designed by the Swiss architect Armin Meili, was inaugurated in 1952. The place of Milan, together with that of Paris, is the oldest permanent site in Switzerland, opened after the creation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798.
Detailed information can be found on the Italian page.
Warning of false job advertisements
Emails with the sender "Swiss Immigration" and requests for payment are sent to foreigners. The SEM warns against these fraud attempts.