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Where can I go to find emergency/short-term housing?
If you need accommodation, you can contact the Prefettura or the Questura of the city where you are to be hosted in a reception facility. Other temporary accommodation solutions may be available such as staying in a family, or temporary hotels. Below are some information about the main Italian cities.
You can also find short-term housing on the following platforms:
Can I access public housing or housing provided by the state? How and where do I apply for public housing?
The main living solutions offered to displaced people coming from Ukraine are:
Each of the Municipalities arranges access housing services, for example:
You can also reach out to these associations:
How do I find long term housing?
You can look for long-term accommodation using these platforms:
Please be careful and avoid suspicious offers, when using these websites.
EU4UA is a platform for finding housing in Europe together with other Ukrainians
A new roommate search function has been launched on the EU4UA platform.
Renting housing with other people will allow:
If I am staying with friends and family in the long term, what documents do I need to fill out to make it official? How can I obtain proof of residency?
If you are staying at your family or friends’ place, they must inform the police. To do this, the person who is hosting you has to go to the Questura or police station within 48 hours from your arrival, and issue a declaration of hospitality (’dichiarazione di ospitalità’ in Italian).
If you have applied for a permit of stay, you can register your residence with the Municipality ('Comune' in Italian). This procedure is called 'iscrizione anagrafica'. To do it, you have to go to the Anagrafe office of the Comune where you live with the following documents:
Note that if you're staying in a reception center, your center's operators should help you with the procedure.
Learn more at refugee.info .