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Tax Code

The tax code is the citizen’s means of identification in relation with all Italian authorities and public administrations.



Italian nationals legally residing in the London consular district and registered in AIRE will be able to download the tax code certificate on a trial basis using the Fast It Portal.


  1. Log in to the Fast It portal;
  2. Click on “Consular Register And AIRE”, then click on “Attribuzione Codice Fiscale”;
  3. Confirm your details and submit your request;
  4. Download your tax code certificate.

If you cannot download your tax code certificate:

  1. Register or log in to your Fast It account;
  2. Click on “Consular Register And AIRE”, then click on “Comunicare la variazione della propria residenza”;
  3. Once you receive an email confirming your account activation, log in again and follow the steps above to download your certificate.

If your wish to apply for a child born abroad please ensure that:

  1. The birth certificate has been registered with the Municipality in Italy. See how to register a   birth in Italy.
  2. The child is registered in AIRE. See how to register a minor

After receiving confirmation from the Italian Municipality that the birth is registered and that the AIRE registration is completed, the parent will be able to log in using his/her account and download the certificate.

If you wish to apply for a child born in Italy, the birth is automatically registered. Please only ensure that the child is registered in AIRE (as stated in point 2).



 If you are a foreign national living in the London consular district, you can apply for an Italian tax code by filling in the form:

Please note that we no longer issue plastic cards. If you have an Electronic Identity Card (CIE), the Italian tax code is shown on your document.



Applications on behalf of a deceased person: please contact us at providing a copy of the following:

  • identity document of the deceased person;
  • death certificate;
  • applicant’s passport;
  • a recent proof of address in the name of the applicant.

For further enquiries, please contact