Dublin Regulation mainly determines the States’ authority for asylum requests, it entered into force in 1999 and has been reformed three times. The fundamental point in Dublin Regulation III, now into force, is the principle establishing that the first-entry Country must take on the responsibility of the new arrivals’ application of international protection: a law that weight on border Country in particular (such as Italy and Greece).
The main principle that regulates asylum seekers’ access to reception measures is that they must prove to have “no livelihoods sufficient to ensure an appropriate quality of life for them and their family” (art. 14, par. 1 LD 142/15).
The evaluation of insufficient livelihood is realised by Prefecture-T (art. 14, par. 3 LD 142/15) “with reference to annual amount of social allowance”.