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Immigration laws in Italy

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Immigration laws in Italy

Post Posted: Wed Mar 15, 2006 8:22 am

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Hi there, we are a gay couple living in Los Angeles, I am mexican he is american. Both of us we are dreaming to someday move to Italy since this country day by day is more and more difficult to live with, I am talking about immigration laws.
I would like know, how are the italian immigration laws.
Thanks to anybody who can start the talk about it.
Also you can write me in spanish. Very Happy

 

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Re: Immigration laws in Italy

Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 4:19 pm

You need a job contract before you get here in order to get your permesso di soggiorno. Without the "permesso" you can't even get a cell phone or join a gym. Read the book "Living and Working in Italy"


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I live in near Venice Italy with husband and 3 sons. We have been here 2 1/2 years.Boys are 8,13, 15. They attend bi-lingual school. I teach in a bi-lingual school and have continued my dance career over here.
We are originaly from NY.

 

corina
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