Italy > Overview
Since 2001, immigration in Italy is regulated by the Bossi-Fini Law, which determines a very tight migration management. It is not possible to enter legally in Italy, except with a regular labour contract which is supposed to be stipulated between the worker and the master when the former is still in his/her country of origin. For undocumented migrants, there is not possibility of applying for regularization.
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Italy > Dublin II
We have not heard of recent deportations from Italy back to Greece of people who have managed to reach the big cities. But Italy deports regularly people back who are caught inside the ferryboats coming from Patras or Igoumenitsa or inside the port area of the Italian ports.
And there is another problem: Many people try to continue their journey after having been fingerprinted in Italy. If
you have fingerprints in Italy and continue to another country you can be sent back to Italy
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Italy > Minors
Blog in Italian language that takes care of unaccompanied children, with various information and rules on minor refugees in Italy: