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Italy: A new guide helps immigrants to go legal

19 Novembre Nov 2007 0100 19 novembre 2007

“In Italy, legally”, a multilingual guide that helps people fill out immigration papers in Italy is now available at police stations and immigration offices across Rome

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“In Italy, legally”, a multilingual guide that helps people fill out immigration papers in Italy is now available at police stations and immigration offices across Rome

?In Italy, legally?, a multilingual guide that helps people fill out immigration papers in Italy is now available at police stations and immigration offices across Rome.

The guide offers important information regarding the world of work, residence permits and rules in general and aims to make the whole process more clear and transparent.

?In Italy, legally? is available in 7 languages : English, French, Spanish, Albanian, Russian, Chinese and Arabic. It is organised in 11 user-friendly files and describes the procedures for the issue and renewal of residence permits, for asylum request and family reunions.

The guide also offers useful information on how to obtain citizenship, on school enrolment, on sanitary services and on minors rights issues. It is meant, primarily, for immigrants but is a usefull tool for Italiano too - employers, families, companies, voluntary associations and institutions - that need information on the employment and recruitment of foreign workers.

Sponsored by the Home Office, ?Italy, legally? demonstrates the belief that a better knowledge of rules and procedures will contribute to bringing immigrants closer to the institutions, thereby favouring integration and legality.
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?In Italy, legally? is available in 7 languages : English, French, Spanish, Albanian, Russian, Chinese and Arabic. It is organised in 11 user-friendly files and describes the procedures for the issue and renewal of residence permits, for asylum request and family reunions.

The guide also offers useful information on how to obtain citizenship, on school enrolment, on sanitary services and on minors rights issues. It is meant, primarily, for immigrants but is a usefull tool for Italiano too - employers, families, companies, voluntary associations and institutions - that need information on the employment and recruitment of foreign workers.

Sponsored by the Home Office, ?Italy, legally? demonstrates the belief that a better knowledge of rules and procedures will contribute to bringing immigrants closer to the institutions, thereby favouring integration and legality.