Italian language requirement?

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Italian language requirement?

Postby Petrarca » 01 Apr 2005, 23:17

Is it an absolute that one does not have to speak Italian in order to be granted citizenship? I mean, it is an absolute right based on blood????

(Of course, I know it would be advantageous to learn to speak Italian better than my rudimentary reading knowledge....and I may or may not do that in the future....it's just that there are other languages I'm concentrating on at this point in my life....)

Thanks again...
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Re: Italian language requirement?

Postby Toscana » 02 Apr 2005, 22:01

No, speaking Italian is not a requirement. But you should learn it anyway!
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