Consulate General of Switzerland in Milano
From Monday 18 May, the offices of the Consulate General are again open to the public from Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 12:00 but only to a limited extent. Admission is allowed only by appointment, to be requested by phone at +39(0)2 77 79 161 or by email at email@example.com.
Information regarding VISA
Information for travellers to Switzerland
From 15 June, border controls at all land and air borders between Switzerland and the other Schengen states will be lifted. From then, normal entry requirements will apply again:
- to all citizens of a Schengen state
- to persons with rights of free movement
- to third-country nationals who do not require a visa who are already legally resident in the Schengen area
- to third-country nationals who require a visa who are already legally resident in the Schengen area because they hold a Schengen residence document.
Information for travellers to Italy
Travel advice for Italy by the FDFA (French)
Certificate of life OASI
Due to the pandemic COVID-19, the Central Compensation Office (CCO) in Geneva will exceptionally accept the certificate of life to be filled out and signed by the social security holder himself/herself. The certificate together with a piece of identification can then be sent directly to the CCO by e-mail at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.