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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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FAQ. Estratto per riassunto dell’atto di matrimonio

FAQ. Estratto per riassunto dell'atto di matrimonio

FAQ. Estratto per riassunto dell’atto di matrimonio. What is it, where, when, and how can you request it? Based on our customers’ experience, we can say that it happens quite often that people file their Italian citizenship application by marriage through an Italian consulate, and only after they start the process they discover that they have to formally prove their marital status. For this reason, they are then requested to produce an estratto per riassunto dell’atto di matrimonio, which most

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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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In Rome, Milan, Turin, and Naples the transcription of your act of marriage can go on a fast-track thanks to VI.

In Rome, Milan, Turin, and Naples the transcription of your act of marriage can go on a fast-track thanks to VI.

In Rome, Milan, Turin, and Naples the transcription of your act of marriage can go on a fast-track thanks to VI. Marriages between Italians and foreigners contracted abroad have immediate validity and relevance in the Italian juridical system. According to national laws, they must be transcribed in the Registers of Civil Status of the Italian Municipality of interest (Office of transcription of weddings celebrated abroad). Moreover, same-sex marriages and civil unions celebrated abroad can also be transcribed in the Italian Registers of Civil Status.  

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Are you moving to Italy? You need an Italian tax code (codice fiscale)

Are you moving to Italy? You need an Italian tax code (codice fiscale)

Are you moving to Italy? You need an Italian tax code (codice fiscale) If you are planning on moving to Italy or staying here for some time, maybe for working reasons or because you decided to retire in the bel paese, one of the first things you will have to do is request an Italian tax code (codice fiscale).  As a matter of fact, the Italian tax code (codice fiscale) is the document of identification of individuals (newborns, foreigners, residents abroad)

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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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The Italian Health Card, the European Health Insurance Card, and the Health Card/National Services Card

TS, TEAM and TS/CNS cards, issued by the Inland Revenue Agency to whomever has a right to health care by the National Health Service (“Servizio Sanitario Nazionale – SSN”), allow holders to receive health care (medical attention from a doctor, buy drugs at the pharmacy, book a specialized examination at a laboratory or hospital, etc.) when in Italy or abroad. 1) The Italian Health Card – Tessera Sanitaria (TS) The Italian Health Card (TS) is a very useful card issued by the

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