Every year we hear about the Flows Decree, an act issued by the government that allows thousands of skilled workers to enter Italy after a series of meetings between the Prime Minister, the ministers concerned, and the relevant parliamentary committees. The measure defines maximum quotas for the entry of foreign nationals and refers to the three-year policy document based on immigration policy in the country.
The debate over granting Italian citizenship to those born in Italy has raged for years. Unfortunately, with no success, there is no conclusion in sight among the various political parties. The “Ius Soli” draft law proposal grants Italian citizenship to children born in our country. This has always been rejected in the Parliament, due to the clear opposition of a particular political party.