Italian citizenship application: the new 48-month term

Italian citizenship application: the new 48-month term

Italian citizenship application: the “new” 48-month term Please send an email to citizenship@vademecumitalia.com and we will send you a quote for the assistance with your Italian citizenship application from day one to the day you will obtain your Italian passport. Many of our readers have asked us if the new 48-month term applies to new applications only or also to the ones submitted before the new law entered into force. Here’s what you need to know. Law no. 132 dated

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Italian citizenship application: the B1 language requirement

Italian citizenship application: the B1 language requirement

Italian citizenship application: the B1 language requirement Many of our readers have asked us if the B1 level knowledge of the Italian language is a requirement for all applications by marriage. Here’s what you need to know. If you applied before the new Law no. 132/2018 entered into force, or if you hold a long-term EU residency permit, you will not need to pass the language test. Art. 9.1-1 of Law no. 132 dated December 1, 2018 “Conversion into law,

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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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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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Brexit update: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Brexit update: 'Much Ado About Nothing'

Brexit update: ‘Much Ado About Nothing ‘ Two important rounds of voting in the British Parliament this past week turned the old adage ‘No news is good news’ on its head: in fact, there was a lot of news which brought about nothing new and whether bad or good depended on which side of the fence Brits were sitting on. But, first things first. Late on Wednesday, Parliament rejected the deal PM Theresa May had negotiated by an overwhelming majority

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Italian citizenship by marriage. Save a lot of time by submitting your application with us!

Italian citizenship by marriage. Save a lot of time by submitting your application with us!

Italian citizenship by marriage. Save a lot of time by submitting your application with us!  1) How to submit an Italian citizenship application with Vademecum Italia, thus avoiding the slowness of Italian consulates  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 Italian Republic for at least two years, or after three years from

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Brexit update: three requirements for EU citizens to stay in UK

Brexit update: three requirements for EU citizens to stay in UK

Brexit update: three requirements for EU citizens to stay in UK Good news for EU citizens residing in Britain! The latest Brexit accords have determined that EU citizens who hold permanent UK residency may maintain that status through a simple online process. Eu citizens who want to continue to live in the UK after Brexit, will only have to answer three questions in order to maintain their residency: they must prove their identity, that they actually live in the UK

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Italian citizenship application. How to speed up the process.

Italian citizenship application. How to speed up the process.

Italian citizenship application. How to speed up the process. Two years or more have passed since you filed your Italian citizenship application through your Italian consulate online. Since you are not getting any answers from the Italian authority, and you want to know if you or your husband/wife are finally an Italian citizen, you asked your Italian consulate. Unfortunately, the consulate replied, after a while, saying that they do not have any information for you, they cannot help you, and,

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Have you been living in Italy for several years? Don’t miss the opportunity to become an Italian citizen!

Have you been living in Italy for several years? Don’t miss the opportunity to become an Italian citizen!

Have you been living in Italy for several years? Don’t miss the opportunity to become an Italian citizen! Italian citizenship is currently regulated by Law no. 91/1992, as subsequently implemented and amended. Citizenship legislation applies to: native-born Italians who have lost their citizenship and wish to reinstate it; descendents of Italian citizens claiming citizenship; foreigners applying for Italian citizenship. Naturalization is one of the ways by which Italian citizenship can be acquired. In this case, it is possible to obtain Italian

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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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