They told me “go”. I believed in a brother world, in life …
They told me “go” this will be your battle, fight it for us too, you will go to sea,
do not fear the sea of which we are children even if born between two shores!
And I set sail: the soul gathered in my hands, and a bag of seeds to germinate in the earth
that I would lovingly dig beyond our sea.
They told me go!
(Graziamaria Pellecchia published in the collection “Under the sky of Lampedusa”)
CASES ON MINORS
For the best interests of the child, art. 31 of the Consolidated Law on Immigration allows parents (or to one of them), without a residence permit and living with their minor child, to have a residence permit to allow the minor to maintain ongoing relationships with both parents, to grow and be educated in his own family.
I report, below, some jurisprudential cases that I have personally followed, representative of the problems that most frequently arise: