French-Italian guides aim to help migrants to Italy

Regulations explained for Tunisians and Moroccans

(ANSA) - Rome, April 29 - Two guides in French and Italian designed to help legal migrants entering Italy from Tunisia and Morocco were made public Wednesday.
    The guides, created for the interior ministry, focused on immigration to Italy from Tunisia and Morocco.
    The guides aim to help to curb undocumented migration from the two countries and to offer migrants the tools they need for "safer and less costly journeys than those offered by human traffickers". In addition to a brief history of migration, the guides contain information on procedures for visas, stay permits, job access, starting businesses, and family reunification. "Most of the irregular (migrant flows) consist of people who, after entering the country legally, become irregular following the expiring of their visas or stay permits," said Antonio Ricci, project manager for the research organization that created guides.
    The goal is to help migrants avoid that by explaining in their language how to follow Italian legal processes.


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