Workers Rights In Italy: Article 1 And Article 36 Of The Constitution

Article 36 of the Italian Constitution is a firm guarantee of the national legal system. It comes back to the fore every year on the occasion of the First of May, a holiday that rarely receives the right attention. Yet even on Workers’ Day, Article 36 of the Constitution is outclassed by the famous Article 1. In light of the tensions between politics and the various trade union strikes frequently called in our country, Welcome Association Italy has decided to dedicate this short article to workers’ rights in Italy. In these moments of political and social tensions, we would like to remind our readers of the value of Article 36 of the Constitution, and then unravel the differences with Article 1.

What Article 36 Of The Constitution states

“A worker shall have the right to remuneration commensurate with the quantity and quality of his work and in any case sufficient to ensure for himself and his family a free and dignified existence. The maximum length of the working day shall be determined by law. The worker shall have the right to weekly rest and paid annual leave, and may not waive it.”

University Scholarships For Foreign Students In Italy

University scholarships represent essential tools for many students. The Italian university landscape is different from the Anglo-Saxon one, especially in terms of the costs to be sustained by students and their families. Not everyone can afford tuition fees of tens of thousands of dollars or pounds a year to ensure a respectable academic education. It is precisely to cope with this kind of situation that university institutions, in the Anglo-Saxon system as well as in the European one, set up instruments for the financial support of students. These facilities can be of different forms and natures, which is why today we will try to talk about Italian university scholarships for foreign students.

The Refusal Of An Entry Visa And How To Avoid It

The refusal of an entry visa is a topic that concerns many foreign citizens who, for one reason or another, would like to enter Italy. This topic is very relevant because, in the event of a denial, the authorization to enter our country ceases to exist. What is a denial? What are the grounds on which the authorities can issue it? What to do in the event of a refusal? Before answering these questions, let us briefly go over what the visa application consists of, the documentation to be produced and the procedures to be followed. By doing so, it will be easier to understand what the causes of a refusal may be.

Residence permit renewal documentation

The renewing of the residence permit is an essential operation for non-EU citizens who decide to spend time in Italy. Our purpose is to create a small guide for all foreign citizens who, having arrived in Italy, face bureaucratic barriers. We have often discussed the procedures for applying for a residence permit, referring to various specific reasons such as study or family reunification. Today, however, we will talk about the renewal phase of the permit, to understand what it consists of and what documentation to present. Let’s start with the renewal procedure.

Business Visa For Italy: All You Need To Know

The business visa for Italy is a document that allows the holder to stay within a limited time and for certain reasons in our country. Welcome Association Italy, which has always been committed to simplifying the arrival of EU and non-EU citizens in Italy, has expanded its package offer to include this new reason. What is a business entry visa? Who can apply for it? What documentation must be presented to obtain this title? These are the questions we will try to answer in this article.

Study In Italy: The Residence Permit You Need

The residence permit for study purposes is the title that allows non-EU citizens to spend part of their university career in Italy. It is fair to reiterate that among the reasons that bring millions of foreigners to Italy, there are more than magnificent cities of art, breathtaking landscapes, and millenary culture. A large portion of our members are international students who choose Italian academic institutions for their education. For this reason, today we will discuss the residence permit to study in Italy, in particular the documentation to be presented and how to obtain the permit.

Why Study In Italy?

We have often dealt with the subject of academic excellence, presenting the most important Italian universities, united by a synergy with our trade union to fully protect international students. In which way? Thanks to the Welcome Combo for non-EU citizens seeking a residence permit in Italy for more than 90 days for study purposes. This is a set of services that allow international students to obtain a residence permit to study in Italy. Before understanding what this package includes and why Welcome Association Italy is so useful for non-EU citizens, let’s look at the procedure for requesting a residence permit.

The Electronic Residence Permit In Italy: A New Format

The electronic residence permit in Italy was introduced in December 2006. The permit, which is indispensable for non-EU citizens living in Italy, replaced its paper version and benefited from it. In 2021, the Italian Ministry of the Interior implemented a regulation from the European Union that finally standardized the electronic permit. The new version of the permit replaces all previous ones, increasing the level of security of the document, and consequently of its beneficiary. For the benefit of our non-EU members, today we will discuss the electronic residence permit and the evolution of the title.

Meaning Of “Documento Di Soggiorno In Trattazione”

What is the meaning of “documento di soggiorno in trattazione”? Under what circumstances is it possible to incur this situation? Welcome Association Italy provides assistance to EU and non-EU citizens arriving in Italy. In addition to the various services that the trade union makes available to its members, a vitally important function is that of providing information. The regulations and the bureaucratic process for a visa and/or residence permit application require attention and expertise. Without this, it is easy to incur denials. One of the most requested topics by our members is the “documento di soggiorno in trattazione”. Let’s find out what it is.

Rome tours with a guide: 5 unmissable stops

Organizing a Rome tour with a guide can be quite complicated because the Eternal City offers such a vast artistic, historical, and cultural heritage that it is hard to make a selection. Every year, especially in summer, millions of tourists from all over the world visit the Capital. If you just take a walk through the streets of the historic center, among the clubs, restaurants, and open-air works of art, you’ll hear people around speaking all the languages of the world. So, how can tourists organize a guided tour of Rome?