June 13, 1912 Nationality Law

Over 25 million Italians have emigrated between 1861 and 1960 with a migration boom between 1871 and 1915 when over 13,5 million emigrants left the country for European and overseas destinations.
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June 13, 1912 Nationality Law

Postby nfig1 » 20 Apr 2009, 06:01

Does anyone have a copy of this law (in English please)? I would like to read it for myself.

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Re: June 13, 1912 Nationality Law

Postby teddi » 20 Apr 2009, 06:44

Here's the pdf 1912 law

You'll need to get out your Italian dictionary though- very good practice if you intend to get Italian citizenship, go to Italy, etc :wink:

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Re: June 13, 1912 Nationality Law

Postby donnawright » 20 Apr 2009, 06:44

Looking for Biagianti, Modesti & Vincenti in Tuscany and Tomaino, Curcio, Mazza, & Rizzo in Calabria

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Re: June 13, 1912 Nationality Law

Postby donnawright » 20 Apr 2009, 06:50

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/Lex ... 69:EN:HTML

Here's a link, and herein is a small paragraph within that document that gives the source where the law can be found. hope its helpful

2) ° Italian nationality is based on Law No. 555 of 13 June 1912 (Official Gazette of the Italian Republic of 30 June 1912) and, more specifically, on Article 1, as amended by Article 5 of Law No 123 of 21 April 1983 (Official Gazette of the Italian Republic of 26 April 1983), according to which the child of an Italian father or mother is himself an Italian citizen .
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