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Regularisation - Don’t pay for fake documents

As it always happen during regularisation of illegal immigrants in Italy, conmen have come up promising to help those who don’t meet requirements find ways of regularising their stay in the country.

While in the past such conmen only used the word of mouth to get clients, this time some have even created websites to advertise their services.

www.sanatoria2012.com is one of them. Please keep off this website and all similar websites.

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Regularisation - Beware of fake agents and follow legal channels

From 15th September to 15th October 2012, illegal immigrant workers in Italy will have a chance of being regularised.

I’d like to strongly encourage all illegal immigrant workers to use this opportunity to regularise their stay in the country. If your employer is reluctant to apply for your regularisation, inform them that after 15th October 2012, they’ll face stiff sanctions for hiring an illegal immigrant.

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African Embassies abandon victims of earthquake in Italy

Since the last earthquake hit Italy’s Emilia region killing 17 people, injuring 350 and leaving at least 14,000 homeless, no African government has sent any help to Africans in the area.

Emilia is one of Italy’s most productive regions with a high population of immigrants including Africans.

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Show maximum respect to women and girls everyday

Today, because it’s International Women’s Day, the world seems to be paying special attention to women. It’s one of those few days in the year when women are made feel special, loved, respected, listened to.

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Goodluck, listen to Nigerians and reinstate fuel subsidy

With the spate of protests sweeping across Nigeria, it is clear that Nigerians are determined to fight fuel subsidy removal. This seems to be the beginning of a tug of war between the government and the people.

Protests have escalated in the country and abroad after President Goodluck Jonathan announced the removal of the fuel subsidy. The price of petrol has since increased from N65 (US $0.40) to at least N140 (US$ 0.86) a litre. While transport costs have already skyrocketed, other essential daily expenses will also rise considerably.

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