The Italian has spent the first half of the season on loan in the SPFL Championship at Partick Thistle but returned to West Lothian earlier this week to line up a move to Falkirk.
Paperwork has all but concluded and the Bairns are now awaiting clearance to make the deal happen, bringing Miller’s former Livingston team-mate on board.
Responding to transfer speculation in the national press earlier this week, Miller admitted to The Falkirk Herald: “We’re looking to bring him in on loan.”
He added: “Rafa would be a great addition for us and he’s got the experience and knows how to win the league and has done it before.
“I’ve played with him before and he’s a first-class professional and brings another good bit of quality to the squad and adds to our quality and at the end of the day, it’s a good bit of experience to have going into the last section of the season.”
De Vita has a good record of scoring AGAINST the Bairns.
He scored for Ross County in a 7-0 drubbing for Peter Houston’s side and also hit the winner in 2017 and 2018 while a Livingston player.