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Before leaving Italy for holidays, read this!

altAll who applied for regularization must remain in the country

Many immigrants in Italy are preparing take a short break during Easter holidays. Before you decide to leave the country for any journey abroad, here are some important rules you should know, depending on your legal status in the country.

 

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Tremonti: Migrants work hard

altItaly’s Minister of Economy and Finance Giulio Tremonti has praised young immigrant workers’ dedication to work.

He said that in Italy there are four million immigrants, including young people who work from morning to evening and even at night.

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Call for enhanced protection for migrant women in labour market

PACE: Women who join spouses should be granted an individual legal status and authorised to work

The Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) has adopted a resolution and a recommendation advocating a series of measures to be taken by member states and the Committee of Ministers to protect migrant women in the labour market.

In particular, the Assembly called on member states to improve laws and policies that regulate the employment of women migrant workers.

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Adopt friendly standards for unaccompanied migrant children, EU urged

PACE: Such children should never be refused entry, deported or held in detention

The Council of Europe governments have been urged to adopt 15 guiding principles for treating unaccompanied children arriving at their borders – mainly boys of 14 to 17 who are escaping war, violence or extreme poverty.

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Sacconi: Immigrants go for jobs rejected by Italians

altImmigrants in Italy tend to go for jobs rejected by Italians, Minister of Labour Maurizio Sacconi has said.

He told 'La Telefonata' TV programme  that the crisis is somehow changing things, adding that Italians are now more willing to go for jobs they previously rejected.

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