Archive for the Traveling to Italy Category

How can I know if my birth or marriage has been registered with the Comune di Roma?

How can I know if my birth or marriage has been registered with the Comune di Roma?

How can I know if my birth or marriage has been registered with the Comune di Roma? If you need assistance to verify if your birth or marriage has actually been transcribed into the registers of the Comune di Roma, please send an email to assistance@vademecumitalia.com or fill out the Contact us form with your information. We can let you know this extremely important information within a few hours. You proudly became an Italian citizen and your Italian Consulate informed

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How to collect a birth certificate from Italy

How to collect a birth certificate from Italy

We can collect the birth certificate you need from any Italian Comune (Municipality). We will send you a scanned copy of the certificate as soon as we have it and also the paper copy via courier, if you want it. It usually takes us from 2 to 7 days to obtain the scanned copy of the birth certificate depending on the Comune. Please send an email to citizenship@vademecumitalia.com or a message on Whatsapp +39 3270037470 and we will send you a

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Coronavirus in Italy: the Decree of April 26 loosens up the restrictions

Coronavirus in Italy: the Decree of April 26 loosens up the restrictions

Coronavirus in Italy: the Decree of April 26 loosens up the restrictions Dear Readers, First of all, we hope that all of you are well and happy and–wherever you are in the world–are all able to deal with the coronavirus pandemic without overwhelming difficulties. Everyone in our Vademecum family is fine and despite being in different parts of the country, we manage to keep in touch through virtual reality. Being a virtuous group, we follow virtually all of the norms

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Do you have an Italian ancestor? Discover immediately if you are eligible for Italian citizenship

Do you have an Italian ancestor? Discover immediately if you are eligible for Italian citizenship

Do you have an Italian ancestor? Discover immediately if you are eligible for Italian citizenship If you have an Italian ancestor (e.g. great grandfather/mother or grandfather/mother) who was born in Italy and emigrated to your country (USA, UK, Argentina etc.), you might be eligible for Italian citizenship. As a matter of fact, Italian citizenship is based on the Jus Sanguinis principle, which means that citizenship is passed from parent to child based on bloodline. To make it simple, we can

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Italian citizenship application: don’t make mistakes. Our expert Italian lawyers can review your documents

Italian citizenship application: don't make mistakes. Our expert Italian lawyers can review your documents

Italian citizenship application: don’t make mistakes. Our expert Italian lawyers can review your documents You discover that you have an Italian ancestor who was born in Italy and emigrated to your country. You do some research and realize that you qualify for Italian citizenship. This is great news and you are very excited (you should be). So you learn what you need to do and start collecting your documents in order to submit your Italian citizenship application to your local

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Criminal record certificate during the Coronavirus pandemic. We can still collect it for you.

Criminal record certificate during the Coronavirus pandemic. We can still collect it for you.

Criminal record certificate (police clearance certificate) during the Coronavirus pandemic. We can still collect it for you. We can obtain your Criminal record certificate/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 by express courier, which you will receive within 24/48 hours. Please send an email to crc@vademecumitalia.com or a message

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Do you have an apartment in Italy? You should partecipate in your condominium meetings.

Do you have an apartment in Italy? You should partecipate in your condominium meetings.

Do you have an apartment in Italy? You should partecipate in your condominium meetings. You proudly bought a house in Italy, or you inherited one from your parents or grandparents, and now you are just waiting for the first chance you have to come to Italy and spend some days in your house or maybe to retire in the “Bel Paese”. Now, if you own an apartment in a condominium (a building with other apartments) in Italy, you should know

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Coronavirus in Italy: the Decree of March 25 no. 19 sets up to five years in jail and € 3000 in fines for violating rules

Coronavirus in Italy: the Decree of March 25 no. 19 sets up to five years in jail and € 3000 in fines for violating rules

Coronavirus in Italy: the Decree March 25 no. 19 sets up to five years in jail and € 3000 in fines for violating rules The Italian Government has published a new Decree-Law as the number of Coronavirus-related deaths in Italy reached 6820 on March 24, 2020, according to the Italian authority “Protezione Civile”. The number of deaths has now increased to 9134 according to the press conference held by the same authroithy on March 27, 2020 at 6 pm. Decree-Law

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Coronavirus. DPCM March 22, 2020 defining the essential activities that can continue to remain open

Coronavirus. DPCM March 22, 2020 defining the essential activities that can continue to remain open

Coronavirus. DPCM March 22, 2020 defining the essential activities that can continue to remain open The Italian Prime Minister, Mr. Giuseppe Conte, following all the previous decrees regarding the Coronavirus, has signed a DPCM (“Decreto del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri”), introducing at national level further measures on the containment and management of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) epidemiological emergency. On March 22 the President Mr. Conte signed a decree that establishes more restrictive measures defining the essential activities that can continue

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