The Council of State (n. 5040/2017) has ruled that also the foreign partner cohabiting more uxorio (i.e. marriage in fact) with an Italian citizen, can obtain a residence permit for family reasons. This broad interpretation of Italian Immigration law is based on the new provisions introduced by Law No. 76/2016 on civil unions – whereby cohabitation is defined as “the status of two people who have a stable relationship based on emotional bonds and on reciprocal moral and material assistance” – and on Decree 30/2007 on the right of EU and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the EU and EEA member states (Directive 2004/38/EC).
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Mazzeschi S.r.l. | Operazione/Progetto finanziato nel quadro del POR FESR Toscana 2014-2020
Il progetto ITACA (ITaly Attract ChinA) è un investimento nei paesi/mercati a lingua cinese, in particolare Taiwan con l’obiettivo di accrescere le quote di mercato dell'azienda. Tramite ITACA la Mazzeschi Srl ha aperto un ufficio a Taiwan con assunzione di personale di lingua cinese, creato un sito internet in lingua cinese e partecipato a fiere e varie attività di promozione a Taiwan.
Mazzeschi S.r.l. | Project co-financed under Tuscany POR FESR 2014-2020
The ITACA project (ITaly Attract ChinA) is a fund to invest in Chinese-speaking countries/markets, in particular Taiwan with the aim of increasing the company's market shares. With the help of ITACA project, Mazzeschi Srl has opened an office in Taiwan and has hired a Chinese-speaking staff, created a Chinese website and participated in fairs and various promotional activities in Taiwan.