The Ministry of Manpower revealed the issuance of a new Italian law to bring in labor from abroad, called the “Felossi” law.
According to today’s statement, the law allows the entry of 30,850 workers from outside Italy, through 30 countries, including Egypt, provided that the application deadline ends on December 31, 2020.
The Ministry stated that Mohamed Saafan, Minister of Manpower, received this in a report from the Ministry’s Labor Representation Office at the Egyptian Consulate General in Milan – Italy, as part of his follow-up around the clock daily with them on the conditions of Egyptian workers in the countries of work.
In his report to the Minister, Labor Attache Magdy Hassanein, head of the Labor Representative Office in Milan, said in his report to the minister in this regard, that the new law allows 30,850 workers to enter Italy, in addition to 7,000 drivers with heavy transport driving licenses as of March 2021, indicating that this number is divided into non-seasonal employment And their number 12,850 on the occupations of transport, construction and tourism, and they are distributed as follows:
6700 workers, including 4,500 workers from 30 countries that accept immigrants, including Egypt.
1500 workers for countries receiving immigrants.
– 100 foreign workers with training certificates.
100 foreign workers of Italian origin.
– 500 people invest an amount of no less than half a million euros in Italy.
The labor attache added, saying: As for the rest of
– 6,150 workers, of whom 4,060 are workers whose seasonal residence is converted into non-seasonal residence.
– 1500 workers have a seasonal residency for study that turns into non-seasonal residency.
– 370 workers who have study residency converted to employers.
– 200 workers have permanent residence in Europe to reside in Italy.
– 20 workers have permanent residence in Europe to establish an investor in Italy.
As for the seasonal employment, its number is 18 thousand, divided into the professions of agriculture, tourism and hotels, and distributed: 17 thousand from all countries to the three professions, and 1000 workers for agriculture so that their residency is renewable without returning to their country.
The labor attache in Milan indicated that the required documents: a valid passport, personal photos, a copy of the contract, a criminal record, and submit all of the above to the Italian consulate in Cairo, and upon the arrival of the worker to Italy, he immediately goes to the main police department to take his fingerprints and receive the residence permit, and the cost of the contract reaches To 16 euros for printing and publishing.
He explained how to register, for the worker to contact a person or company located in Italy to search for an employer and present him with a copy of the worker’s passport, then the employer registers the worker’s data on the Italian Ministry of Interior website, and if the application is accepted, “Nola Osta”, meaning no restrictions Upon request, the ministry issues the original work contract that the employer sends to the worker.
It is noteworthy that the thirty countries that benefit from the “Flusi” law in Italy are: Egypt, Algeria, Mali, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia, Albania, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Korea (Republic of Korea), Ivory Coast, El Salvador, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Gambia, Ghana. Japan, India, Kosovo, Mauritius, Moldova, Montenegro (Montenegro), Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Ukraine, in addition to the countries that must enter during the year 2020 in cooperation agreements in the field of Immigration.
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