- Expulsion – From Ethnoland® – Parts of this web site are in Italian
- administrative expulsion
- expulsion as safety measures
- expulsion as substitutive sanction to imprisonmen
- Expulsion (Allontanamenton) – Following articles in English – From Stranieri in Italia S.r.l. – In Italian Only
- Foreigner married to Italian citizen – Can he/she enter Italy without visa if previously ordered expulsion? – In English, French, Italian, Srpsko, Shqip – From MELTING POT Europa
- Foreign citizen's guide – In Albanian, Arabic, English, French, Italian, Russian – From Frosinone.org
- See also, Info for Visas and Permits for Italy, dated Thursday, December 8, 2005
While one hopes not to be deported (read expulsion) from Italy, it happens. Much has been written about how wonderful and romantic Italy is and once experiencing Italy, one wants to stay as long as possible. However, if one overstays their visa, commits a crime, etc., expulsion from Italy will happen.
You need to plan ahead, submit the necessary paperwork and stay in Italy legally.
That's it for Friday, 31 March 2006: venerdì, 31 marzo 2006.
Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.
"Fra il due mali scegli il minore."
Choose the lesser of two evils.