Italy > Safety at Sea
For twenty years, the EU has been denying visas to most applicants. Many of them wish to emigrate anyway and attempt to cross the sea clandestinely. This crossing constitutes an offence, and is above all dangerous: during the last twenty years, more than 17,000 deaths have been recorded at the maritime borders of the European Union. This document aims neither at deterring people from nor encouraging them to attempt the crossing, but rather at providing objective information about risks, rights and vital safety measures to take at sea. Part of it can save your life but will not make the crossing any safer for all that.
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Italy > Dublin III
You will find here informations for asylum-seekers about:
Going to another country in the European Union
Travelling to another European country after obtaining the residence permit in Italy
In case you arrived from another European country (so-called Dublinato)
Possible news in Italy and Europe from end of 2015 (hotspots, relocation, forced returns and bilateral agreements)
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Italy > Asylum
You'll find here a lot of informations on:
2. Your arrival in Italy
4. General about asylum and laws
5. How to apply for asylum as well as procedure, decision and claim
2.4. Forced return in order to Dublin convention from another country (so-called "Dublinato") as well as possible news on hotspots, relocations, forced returns and bilateral agreements.
You can also download the whole guide for better reading and printing.
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Italy > Gender
You have the right to special measures of help if you are a minor, an unaccompanied minor, a disabled person, a senior, a pregnant woman, a parent alone with a minor, a victim of trafficking or torture, a person with a serious illness or mental disorders.
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Italy > Detention
You will find here informations about what happens if your asylum claim was refused and the Identification and Expulsion centers (CIE).
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Italy > Living
Furtheron, you’ll find heremaps and informations on:
2. Your arrival in Italy
7. Travelling in Italy and to other states
8. Glossary and phrasebook
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Italy > Medical Assistance
The Italian Constitution protects health as a fundamental right of the individual. It is a right that should be guaranteed to ALL, even to those who are not in possession of a regular permit of stay. In Italy EVERYBODY has the right to healthcare in public and private structures credited to the national health system (S. S. N.).
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