Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

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Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby ForzaItaliaPgh » 20 Feb 2015, 20:38

Ciao tutti,

I have an odd (or maybe common) question about my dual citizenship. I acquired citizenship when I lived in Pittsburgh, but a few months ago I moved to South Carolina. It occurs to me that I might have moved out of the Philadelphia consulate jurisdiction. I already have received dual citizenship, so I don't have that to worry about. However, I'm not sure if there is something I need to do or someone I need to tell about my move. I emailed Philly before I moved, but never received a response. Any help from this always informative forum would be greatly appreciated!

Grazie mille,

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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby mler » 20 Feb 2015, 21:05

I don't know if this puts you in another jurisdiction. If it does, simply complete the AIRE form for your new consulate.

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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby ForzaItaliaPgh » 23 Feb 2015, 21:34

Thanks, mler.
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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby ForzaItaliaPgh » 23 Feb 2015, 21:38

I wouldn't need to fill out a separate form for my minor children, correct? They would just be on my form, right?
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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby mler » 23 Feb 2015, 22:49

They're with you until their 18th birthdays.

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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby ForzaItaliaPgh » 25 Feb 2015, 14:31

That's what I thought. Thanks!

One last question, if I may. If I have had a new child since I got my citizenship, do I just include her on the AIRE form, or will I need to submit her birth cert (with apostille and translation) to the consulate?
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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby mler » 25 Feb 2015, 15:45

If you want your child to be registered as an Italian citizen, the consulate will need the apostilled and translated birth certificate. Only then will the birth be registered in Italy.

Congratulations on your new addition!

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Re: Italian Dual Citizenship and Moving

Postby ForzaItaliaPgh » 26 Feb 2015, 02:14

Thanks, mler! You've been most helpful as always!!
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