On October 29, 2007, at the Teatro Orione in Rome, the presentation of the 2007 Immigration Statistics Dossier Caritas or Migrantes took place. The event, now at its seventeenth edition, was held in the presence of mainstream media, as well as numerous agencies and experts coming mainly from several institutions, local government, services and associations. The dossier, in the last two decades, has been able to keep track the evolution of migration by providing an adequate means of quantitative and qualitative evaluation, with particular attention to data on the presence of foreigners legally residing in Italy. We look into the various facets of this event in this document.
[...] A preliminary summary analysis of statistical data contained in the file shows that in Italy, are almost four million foreigners legally residing. To be precise immigrants residing in our country is 3,690,000. An increased number in one year by and of the total population, compared to an average of EU countries of Foreigners legally residing on the territory of the Italian speaking 150 different languages, they hope to acquire a nationality and calling in our country with a mass movement difficult to control flows regularized: more than 500 thousand in 2006, an increase never reached even by the measures the amnesty adopted in past years. [...]
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