Particular work cases:

ART. 27 (Entry on the grounds of work in particular cases) (Act Nr. 40 dd. March 6th 1998; Art. 25; Act Nr. 943 dd. December 30th 1986, Art. 14, subpar. 2 and 4)

1. In addition to the entries on the grounds of work set out in the previous articles, authorized in the framework of the quotas mentioned in the Art. 3, subpar. 4, the implementation regulation provides for particular procedures and terms in relation to the issue of the work authorizations, of the entry visa and of the permits of residence on the grounds of dependent labour, for each of the following categories of foreign workers:

  1. executives or highly specialized staff working either for companies having offices or branches in Italy, or for representation offices of foreign companies having their main activity seat in the territory of a Member State of the World Trade Organization, or executives of the main offices in Italy of Italian companies or of companies of another Member State of the European Union;
  2. university exchange or mother tongue lecturers;
  3. university professors and researchers who have to carry out either an academic task or a paid research activity at universities as well as education and research institutes in Italy;
  4. translators and interpreters;
  5. home-keepers, who have regularly been employed for at least one year abroad as full-time domestic workers by citizens of Italy or of one of the Member States of the European Union, resident abroad, who move to Italy, for the prosecution of the domestic work relationship;
  6. persons who, having a permit of residence on the grounds of vocational training, carry out temporary training stages at Italian employers, by also performing services which fall within the dependent labour;
  7. employees of organizations or enterprises working on the Italian territory, who have been granted a temporary admittance at the request of the employer, in order to perform particular functions or tasks, for a limited or specific period, and have to leave Italy as soon as these tasks have been concluded;
  8. shipping workers employed to the extent and according to the terms provided for in the implementation regulation;
  9. employees who are regularly and directly paid by the employers, either natural persons or juridical persons, having the relevant residence or seat abroad , who have been temporarily transferred from abroad at Italian or foreign natural or juridical persons, having their residence in Italy, in order to perform on the Italian territory specific services provided for by a contract, drawn up between the abovementioned natural or juridical persons having the relevant residence or seat in Italy and those having their residence or seat abroad, in the observance of the provisions of Art. 1655 of the Civil Code, of the Act Nr. 1369 dd. October 23rd 1960 as well as of the international and Community provisions;
  10. employees of circus-organizations or shows travelling abroad;
  11. artistic and technical staff for opera-, theatre-, concert- or ballet performances;
  12. dancers, artists and musicians who have to be employed in entertainment clubs;
  13. artists who have to be employed by music-, theatre- or film bodies, or by public or private radio or TV companies, or by public bodies, in occasion of cultural or traditional exhibitions;
  14. aliens who have to carry out any kind of sports activity at a professional level at Italian sports companies according to the Act Nr. 91 dd. March 23rd 1981;
  15. correspondent journalists who are officially accredited in Italy and employees who are regularly paid by daily or periodic newspapers, or by foreign radio or TV broadcasting stations;
  16. persons who, according to the provisions of international agreements in force for Italy, carry out either the research activity or an occasional job in Italy, in the framework of exchange or mobility programmes for young people, or persons working “au pair”:
  17. r-bis. professional hospital attendants employed at public and private sanitary structures.

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