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Do you need to transcribe a foreign act in the registers of the Municipality of Rome? Here’s why you should do it quickly!

Do you need to transcribe a foreign act in the registers of the Municipality of Rome? Here’s why you should do it quickly!

Do you need to transcribe a foreign act in the registers of the Municipality of Rome? Here’s why you should do it quickly! According to national laws, acts issued by foreign authorities referring to Italian citizens (a.k.a. atti esteri = foreign acts), an act of birth occurred abroad, a marriage celebrated abroad, etc., must be transcribed in the Registers of Civil Status of the Italian Municipality of interest (Milan, Rome, Turin, etc.). For all requests submitted to the Municipality of Rome

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Italian citizenship obtained by marriage: will you lose it if you divorce?

Italian citizenship obtained by marriage: will you lose it if you divorce?

Italian citizenship obtained by marriage: will you lose it if you divorce? According to art. 5, Law February 5, 1992, n. 91, the spouse (a foreigner or stateless person) of an Italian citizen can acquire Italian citizenship through marriage, provided that after the marriage he/she legally resides in the territory of the Republic for at least two years, or after three years from the date of marriage if he/she resides abroad. The above terms (two years and three years) are

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Are you an Italian living abroad? Here are the instructions for voting next March 4, 2018

Are you an Italian living abroad? Here are the instructions for voting next March 4, 2018

Are you an Italian living abroad? Here are the instructions for voting next March 4, 2018. President Sergio Mattarella formally dissolved the Italian Parliament, last Thursday. As a consequence, a national election will take place on March 4, 2018. All Italians, including those who live abroad, will have the right to vote. According to Law no. 459 dated December 27, 2001, Italian citizens who live abroad, provided they are registered on the electoral rolls, can VOTE BY POST. It is important to know that Italian

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Italian citizens in the UK: there’s nothing you need to do (for the moment!). Sign up for official email updates!

Italian citizens in the UK: there's nothing you need to do (for the moment!). Sign up for official email updates!

Italian citizens in the UK: there’s nothing you need to do (for the moment!) Sign up for official email updates! The UK government has reached an agreement with the European Union on citizens’ rights in negotiations related to Brexit. The agreement will allow Italian citizens to stay in the UK after 29 March 2019, and to continue to access public funds and services. According to the British Government, there is no need for EU citizens – and therefore Italian citizens – living

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Do you want to move to Italy? Discover which cities are rated the best to live in according to ‘ilSole24Ore’

Do you want to move to Italy? Discover which cities are rated the best to live in according to ‘ilSole24Ore’

Do you want to move to Italy? Discover which cities are rated the best to live in according to ‘ilSole24Ore’. Vuoi trasferirti in Italia? Scopri in quali città si vive meglio secondo la classifica de “ilSole24Ore”. Don’t forget to visit our website Vademecum Italia to find out all you need to know when you are traveling to or living in Italy! Read the article by IlSole24Ore regarding the quality of life in Italian cities

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