The Hard Way
What follows is another way of seeing those Pisa photos, but it is much more complicated. It’s only advantage in my humble opinion is that the site you visit ‘feel’s’ more convincing than the S.E.Pi. Please feel free to disagree with me on this.
I’ll leave both methods up so you can choose.
OK, here goes.
Create a Codice Fiscale
First of all, you will need a Codice Fiscale, which is an Italian tax code. If you have one already, great. Use it. If not, which means most people, then try this system. Beware though, if you do ever come to Italy to either live or work, the code generated below may cause problems.
To create the code, enter your
- Cognome – Surname
- Nome – First Name
- Data di Nascita – Date of Birth
- Comune di nascita (o Stato estero) – Birthplace – in Italian, for Example ‘Gran Bretagna’ = Great Britain, ‘Stati Uniti’ = United States
- Prov – for those from Europe write ‘EE’ for the States use ‘US’. For other countries, let me know, and I’ll add them here.
Then click on ‘Calcola il Codice Fiscale‘. On the next screen that you should see, make a note of the alpha numeric code. I should look something like this: JNS JHN 67B02 Z404Z
Now you are good to go!
Registering with the Pisa e-gov Site
Then click on ‘Nuovo Utente‘ – New User.
Next, you should see a screen with three buttons, as in the image here.
Click on the button which says ‘Persone Fisiche’ – Real Person(!)
Then you will have to fill in the details on the following screen:
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