All you need to know when you are traveling to or living in Italy!
Vademecum Italia presents legal guides and makes other useful information available to foreigners traveling to or living in Italy and also to Italians living abroad.
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Vademecum Italia provides professional assistance to foreigners or Italians living abroad in many ways, from writing a letter, report or similar in Italian, to being the contact person in Italy for the management of professional relationships with Italian lawyers, public notaries, certified public accountants, companies or public authorities.
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On January 31st at 11pm GMT, the UK will officially leave the European Union. The divorce is final (though alimony discussions are not!) and the only way to undo this historical decision would be to reapply for EU member status, which though...
Christmas in Italy!! Italy may be a small country but it’s big on traditions. Although the country has only been united since 1861 and customs vary from North to South, two common threads tie the traditions together throughout the country: family and...
We can obtain your Police Clearance Certificate (Certificato del Casellario Giudiziale) within 24 hours from the request. We will send you a scanned copy of the certificate as soon as we collect it. We can also send the original to your address...
Can I register a birth or marriage certificate in my Italian Comune without going through the Italian Consulate? Well, the answer is yes. Example 1). You are an Italian citizen living in the UK, regularly registered with the AIRE of your Italian...
You have an Italian ancestor who was born in Italy, maybe more than a hundred years ago, and emigrated to your country of residence (USA, UK, Brazil etc.). So, you wonder if you can apply for Italian citizenship in light of your...