All immigrants in Italy who applied for regularisation are entitled to register with the National Health Scheme (Servizio Sanitario Nazionale) and to have a personal doctor, the government has said.
Some people are spreading rumours that the government of Italy has suspended the plan toregularise illegal immigrant workers. The people behind such rumours claim that other EU countries have forced Italy to reconsider its decision to allow employers of illegal immigrants to regularise their workers.
From now on employers of illegal immigrants in Italy will face heavy sanctions under the Legislative Decree No. 109 of 16th July 2012, which enters into force today.
The Decree adopts the Directive 2009/52/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009 providing for minimum standards on sanctions and measures against employers of illegally staying third-country nationals.
According to government estimates, up to 150,000 illegal immigrant workers in Italy may be regularised.
Italy’s Ministry of Home Affairs today issued a Circular Letter shedding more light on immigrants who will be admitted for regularisation.
The Circular Letter confirms that applications will be submitted from 15th September to 15th October 2012, according to instructions which will be given by an Inter-ministerial Decree to be published soon.
Italy will soon be issuing the EU Blue Card to highly skilled people from outside Europe to come and work in the country.
The Legislative Decree introducing the EU Blue Card in Italy has finally been published in the Official Gazette and will enter into force on 8th August 2012.
Democratic Party has once again attacked Roberto Maroni, leader of Northern League Party for opposing regularisation of irregular immigrant workers in Italy.
Leader of Northern League Party Roberto Maroni has described the government’s measure to regularise illegal immigrants in Italy as a “criminal act”.
The government has not yet indicated the procedure for submitting applications for regularization of illegal immigrant workers in Italy.
Many of our readers have been contacting us seeking to find out the income requirement for employers who would like to regularize their illegal immigrant workers.
The new measure to regularise illegal immigrant workers in Italy gives employers a chance of transforming undeclared employment relationships into regular employment, Integration Minister Andrea Riccardi has said.
President of Italy Giorgio Napolitano has signed the measure that will allow illegal immigrant workers in Italy to be regularized.
The law will be published in the Official Gazette within days.
Applications for regularisation of illegal immigrant workers will be submitted from 15th September to 15th October 2012.
The EC long-term residence permits can only be issued to non-EU foreigners who are clearly integrated into the local society.
This is why the law states that such permits can only be revoked under serious circumstances
Immigration Minister Damian Green has announced that the price of a standard UK passport will be reduced by £5 from this autumn.
From 3rd September 2012, the standard adult passport fee will be reduced by almost seven per cent from £77.50 to £72.50.
Northern League Party has accused the Italian government of only thinking of illegal immigrants while forgetting victims of earthquake in Emilia.
Fabio Rainieri, MP of the Northern League Party said they’ll reject the government’s measure that will give a grace period to employers of undocumented immigrants to regularise their workers.
Reforming Italy’s citizenship law is a question of justice, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Gianfranco Fini has said.
Mr. Fini observed that children born in Italy of immigrant parents know Italian language, go to the same schools with their Italian counterparts, and share the same interests and dreams.
Italian government has approved a measure that will enable all irregular immigrant workers in the country to be regularised while their employers will be exempted from sanctions prescribed by the law for hiring illegal workers.
Australia has created a new Ministerial Advisory Council on Skilled Migration (MACSM) to provide the Government with expert advice on the role of skilled migration in the country’s economy.
Roberto Maroni, the new Secretary General of Northern League Party has called for tough action against illegal immigration.