All those who are interested in obtaining an EU Blue Card and meet the necessary requirements: non-European workers, with an employment contract that requires a "higher professional qualification", to be carried out, in this case, in Italy, and an educational qualification higher than at least three years, they can start their own practice online from 8 August.This new procedure, introduced by the 108 legislative decree of 28 June 2012, adapts Italy, with a certain delay, to the European directive (2009 / 50 / CE) adopted by the 25 May 2009.
The purpose of the latter is to 'achieve the goal of sustainable and inclusive growth, based on research and innovation' and to do this, Europe and its Member States have decided to focus on qualified immigration that attract 'talents' to fill the gaps in national labor markets.
Therefore, the central phase of this new legislation is also starting in Italy.
The procedure involves going to the website https://nullaostalavoro.interno.it , register with the electronic sending service indicating your e-mail address and then access the 'Request forms' area and fill in the 'Module BC'.
This form requires the authorization to be able to begin to perform the qualified work for which the contract was offered (or the binding job proposal).
In case of any difficulties in completing the form, remember that there are 'online compilation guides' to help you and verify the data entered.
The answer is obtained within 90 days from the sending of the request and, in the event of a favorable outcome, to sign the new residence contract the worker must go to the 'Single window'.
Along with the work permit, the worker will also be given the EU Blue Card, which is the new type of residence permit that is granted only to highly qualified non-EU workers with the intent to guarantee them (and their families) a common set of equal social and economic rights in various sectors to those of EU citizens