Citizenship question.

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Re: Citizenship question.

Postby spudbunny » 22 Aug 2004, 23:30

Hello,

I had a question about the 1948 rule and the senator that is challenging it. Would anyone be able to give any references, ie news articles, name of senator etc? One of my cousins would like to apply for italian citizenship but this rule renders her ineligible. Any information would be appreciated.
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Re: Citizenship question.

Postby ptimber » 22 Aug 2004, 23:43

You may wish to go to www.myitaliancitizenship.com. Peter
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Re: Citizenship question.

Postby ptimber » 23 Aug 2004, 00:12

On the off chance there are people who are not familiar with the 1948 rule, the italian law on acquiring italian citizenship states that all those persons who were born after 1948 could only acquire citizenship thru the DIRECT PATERNAL FAMILY ASCENDANTS. Peter
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Re: Citizenship question.

Postby paultsr » 23 Aug 2004, 09:22

From [url]myitaliancitizenship.com[/url] :



Q. I've heard the law prohibiting women from passing citizenship to their children before January 1, 1948 has been overturned. Is this true?

A. NO! This has been confirmed by two Italian consulates. There was indeed a one-off decision by the Italian supreme court some years ago but it was subsequently overturned. As things stand, only children born to Italian mothers after January 1, 1948 are eligible.
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Re: Citizenship question.

Postby ptimber » 23 Aug 2004, 22:03

Thanks for the extra step. Peter
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Re: Citizenship question.

Postby emiroirausquin » 24 Aug 2004, 22:08

Want some info on the court/tribunale rulings? help yourself

http://www.italamb.org.ve/consolato/faq ... nanza.html

As far as taxes, you HAVE to talk to a tax adviser as Peter says. I currently hold two citizenships, Venezuelan and American, both countries required me to pay taxes to them BUT they also have an interantional agreement to avoid double taxation of my income. THAT IS AN INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE US and VENEZUELA and I HAD to QUALIFY for it.

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