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Milan promotes Italian language for integration of migrants

/ 11:54 PM November 08, 2014
THE PHILIPPINE CONSULATE General concluded a two-day consular service outreach in the Veneto region of Italy  in the cities of Mestre and Padua. The mobile team, headed by Vice Consul Helen Anne Sayo, processed 247 passports, 94 notarials, 137 new overseas absentee voter  registrants and 26 other services, bringing a total of 504 services rendered for the two-day outreach. Applicants were also able to process their documents with partner agencies.

THE PHILIPPINE CONSULATE General concluded a two-day consular service outreach in the Veneto region of Italy in the cities of Mestre and Padua. The mobile team, headed by Vice Consul Helen Anne Sayo, processed 247 passports, 94 notarials, 137 new overseas absentee voter registrants and 26 other services, bringing a total of 504 services rendered for the two-day outreach. Applicants were also able to process their documents with partner agencies.

The City Council of Milan through its project “Integration Access” is promoting the internet platform www.milano. italianostranieri.org to help migrant workers in Milan better integrate into the Italian society.

The project is financed by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies-General Directorate for Immigration and Integration Policies.

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Italy’s integration laws create a very tight link between the level of knowledge of the Italian language and renewal and issuance of permit of stay or permezzo di sogiorno.

The website creates an online map and interactive platform that allows the foreign residents including migrant workers to orient themselves on the availability and accessibility of Italian language courses aimed to help foreigners facilitate the process of their settlement in Milan.

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The Philippine Consulate General in Milan is arranging an open forum between the Filipino community and the City of Milan to introduce the internet platform to the Filipino migrants to help them integrate into the local society and improve their quality of life.

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