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The Council of Ministers has approved the Immigration Law Bill, empowering the government to revise the current law. Proposed changes include measures to address the problem of labour supply and demand with new rules on worker lists and sponsors, encourage voluntary repatriation and revise the system for issuing work permits and visas.
An Italian employer that intends to hire a foreign employee must first conclude a 'residence contract' with the employee, under which it undertakes to provide accommodation for him or her and to cover the cost of the return journey to the employee's home country. Without this contract, no residence permit will be issued.
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