Once my husband (holder of American and Italian passports) and I (American passport only) decided to stay in Rome beyond the one-year period stipulated by my spousal visa, the celebratory prosecco would soon be followed by a more practical concern: obtaining a permesso di soggiorno, the Italian equivalent of a Green Card. This document allows non-European Union citizens to reside and work in Italy for a limited time
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Established UK based luxury holiday Tour operator is seeking for a sales driven, motivated agent to work customize luxury holidays packages for high end US clients. As part of thi...
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