[Health and well-being]Leaflets on women's health and against violence
The regional women council has published five leaflets on women's health and against violence
, printed in English, Rumanian, Chinese, Arabic, and Spanish. The publications are aimed at foreign women who live in our region and are distributed to associations requesting them. 365 GIORNI NO alla violenza contro le donne
[Papers]Getting married in Italy
Foreign citizens can marry in Italy (even if they are not residents or do not have a residency permit [permesso di soggiorno]) if they are 18 or over
and free from previous bonds of marriage
[Employment]Working in Italy- Subordinate work
Actions to be taken by the Italian or foreign regularly residing employer who intends to establish a permanent, fixed-term or seasonal subordinate work relationship with a third-country national who resides abroad: he must apply for authorization to the Single Desk for Immigration within the “Prefettura” of the competent province; applications can be submitted, through special forms, only starting from the date established by the flows decree.
[Papers]'EC Long-Term Residence Permit'
The residence permit
is called the 'EC Long-Term Residence Permit'
. Foreign citizens wishing to obtain it, should submit the following documents:a current residence permit
valid for at least 5 years; a yearly income
equivalent to not less than the annual social welfare allowance; suitable accommodation
that falls within the minimum criteria described in regional legislation governing public residential housing. Information: Polizia di Stato
[Health and well-being]Registering a birth
The birth of a child
in Italy must be reported to the registrar’s office
of the municipality or to the management of the hospital
in which it occurs, within 10 days of the event
. To make this report it is necessary to have a valid identification document and a birth certificate
[certificato di nascita] issued by the hospital. No residency permit [permesso di residenza] is necessary. [2012.06.11