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Once a baby born, it is compulsory to register the birth at the local Comune (Servizi Anagrafici), to record the newborn, as well as to provide him/her legal rights How to register a newborn There are two ways to register your newborn If you have already chosen the baby’s name, you can register him/here at
The increase of population in crowded areas has introduced new ways of building, involving more apartments in a single building. This of course creates some new problems, including the management of common areas and common expenses. The condominium is regulated by the civil code, thus creating a communion among the apartment owners for shared properties
The Curriculum Vitae is the EU version of the resume is the applicant’s business card, providing all the information about the candidate in a condensed format. You will be valued on your CV prior to receiving any appointment, therefore it is imperative to have your CV in order, and if you are not Italian you
Becoming a self employed person in Italy requires some compliance to go through. The good news is that you can start your self-employed business remotely and online without much hassle. In this article we will outline the steps required to become a self employed trader in Italy. Who can become self-employed in Italy? In order to
Moving to a different country creates various challenges to be undertaken, including looking for a new job. We know how stressful it can be, especially in Italy if you don’t know the language. Italy however, provides various opportunities for skilled workers with a good command in the English language. This article is aiming to make
Whenever a baby is born, there is a small revolution in the household. The Italian government has introduced various forms of aid and support to help the families, and to boost natality. Maternal (or paternal) leave If you are employed in Italy and you have a baby, the law grants you the right to temporarily