The Joy of it
Better get on your snowboard Timmy more than 27 rossers are on the way. PMSL
New law in Italy about illegal immigrants . That illegal immigrants (Timmy) are liable to pay a fine of 10,000 euros (£8,700; $14,200) and can now be detained by the authorities for up to six months in holding centres 9no internet for Timmy) before being kicked out of the country.
In addition, people who knowingly house undocumented migrants can now face up to three years in prison. The new law also permits the formation of unarmed citizen patrol groups to help police keep order. There may be as many as 600,000 illegal immigrants in Italy (One we know off) ; they don’t exactly announce their presence (unlike Timmy from Internetshire). Many live unnoticed, unremarkable lives. But under the new legislation, Italians must turn them over to the authorities if they try to register their children for school, or look for medical treatment.
Italy issues very few visas to people who are already living in the country, and demand for work permits from potential immigrants greatly outstrips supply. It quickly becomes a Catch-22 situation – illegal immigrants who have no visa are unable to get a job; those without a job are unable to get a visa.
As a result, both illegal and legal migrants have become an increasingly obvious presence on the streets of Italian cities. At night, groups of men from across Africa, the Arab world and Asia roll out sleeping bags and cardboard boxes in Milan’s numerous historic piazzas. By day, they get by however they can – some by selling fake designer handbags or toys, some by stealing. Or like Timmy stalking people in the UK….So you think your safe Timmy?