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Regularisation of domestic workers in Italy: What is the minimum income required?

Irregular domestic migrant workers in Italy together with a few other categories of workers can be regularised.

An employer of a domestic worker who would like to apply to regularise their worker is required to provide proof of sufficient income to pay the worker’s salary and social security contributions.

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If the employer is a physical person, the taxable income cannot be less than 20,000 euros per year, if the employer is the only member of their family. If other people form part of the nuclear family, then the income is set at 27,000 euros.

Read more information on Italian Laws and legislation here: Legal News and Guides – Italy

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The income of the spouse and relatives within the 2nd degree can be taken into consideration while determining the family income even if they are not living together.

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