1948 Case with Luigi Paiano

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Barga1948
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Re: 1948 Case with Luigi Paiano

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Ciao!

I just got notice from Luigi indicating that our Hearing for the end of May has been moved to MAY 2021.

To those who are awaiting for hearing. After the COVID-19 lock down in Italy and the recent order to reopen, the Court of Rome is currently implementing a progressive re-opening of activities. The Tribunale di Roma website has public notifications on its front page and if I understood the one dated 05/05 correctly, upcoming hearings through August have been cancelled and rescheduled.

Stay Safe

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Would you kindly tell me if you have been pleased with your attorney so far? Mine is a 1948 case also, and I am looking for a good attorney. Thank you.

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RosilyRo wrote:
23 May 2020, 16:55
Would you kindly tell me if you have been pleased with your attorney so far? Mine is a 1948 case also, and I am looking for a good attorney. Thank you.
I'm currently with a 1948 case with Law firm Bersani from italy, they are immigration attorneys specialized on italian citizenship. They are very professional and follow my case step-by-step. I can really recommend them for 1948 case.
You can contact them from the website mbersanilaw.com

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RosilyRo wrote:
23 May 2020, 16:55
Would you kindly tell me if you have been pleased with your attorney so far? Mine is a 1948 case also, and I am looking for a good attorney. Thank you.

Hi, Please read my post dated November 20, 2018. I provided my experience with him on that post.
I still feel the same way, Paiano is great!

Good luck.

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Hello all,

Luigi just filed my case today and told me that the waiting period to receive a court date is 10-11 months. But reading through everyone else's experience, it seems like people usually receive their date in 2 months or less. Is this just an overestimation by Luigi, and did he give this estimation to any of you? Of course, I know no one can be sure, especially with this health situation.

I am well-aware that we are in this for the long-run, but wanted to see what others think, and hoping for the best!

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w747 wrote:
17 Jun 2020, 23:27
... the waiting period to receive a court date is 10-11 months ... Is this just an overestimation(?) ...
It varies. In 2017, it took the court 8 months to start processing my case after my lawyer - not Luigi - gave them everything.

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w747 wrote:
17 Jun 2020, 23:27
Hello all,

Luigi just filed my case today and told me that the waiting period to receive a court date is 10-11 months. But reading through everyone else's experience, it seems like people usually receive their date in 2 months or less. Is this just an overestimation by Luigi, and did he give this estimation to any of you? Of course, I know no one can be sure, especially with this health situation.

I am well-aware that we are in this for the long-run, but wanted to see what others think, and hoping for the best!
My case was processed recently (with another Law Firm, Law Firm Bersani from Verona) and it took only 1 month for getting a date.

I don't know why 11 months... I have another friend that are applying right now with law firm Bersani (the same I used) and he had his date in 2 month.

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alearo wrote:
19 Dec 2019, 22:11
Hello, here is my timeline. It looks a little different.

24/09/2018 - ISCRIZIONE RUOLO GENERALE
27/09/2018 - ASSEGNAZIONE A SEZIONE
24/01/2019 - DESIGNAZIONE GIUDICE
08/02/2019 - FISSAZIONE UDIENZA DI COMPARIZIONE PARTI
12/02/2019 - ANNOTAZIONE
30/09/2019 - ANNOTAZIONE
22/10/2019 - COSTITUZIONE PARTI
28/10/2019 - RISERVA
29/10/2019 - ANNOTAZIONE
08/11/2019 - ACCOGLIMENTO TOTALE
11/11/2019 - INVIO ATTI ALL'AGENZIA DELLE ENTRATE
12/11/2019 - ANNOTAZIONE
18/11/2019 - ANNOTAZIONE
13/12/2019 - ANNOTAZIONE
16/12/2019 - PASSAGGIO IN ARCHIVIO
Update
24/06/2020 we got the first italian birth certificate

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I just realized I have a 1948 case (never naturalized GGGF&GGGM -- GGM born 1911 -- GM born 1930 -- F born 1959 -- me) and will probably want to hire Luigi based on the rave reviews here.

Unfortunately my first US born ancestor's (GGM born 1911) birth certificate appears non-existent so I will want to evaluate what other documentation I can collect (eg whether her baptismal or school records can be found, and eventually her SS-5 when SSA opens back up) to see if I can get a court order for a delayed birth certificate in Philadelphia. I imagine that could take me two years with COVID. I had no trouble finding my Italian born ancestors' records in the 1870s Sicilian books, all neatly scanned online, so I know they exist. Thanks, Pennsylvania.

In the meantime, I could start collecting other birth, marriage, and death records. Two basic questions for others who have used Luigi I thought people who've done this recently may know--

(1) Did he have you also collect birth and death certificates for your non direct line ancestors (eg my mom, non-Italian GF)?

(2) Is there any reason not to get the low-hanging fruit records (like my own birth certificate, marriage license, those of my Italian heritage father, etc) apostilled now, even if it takes years to collect everything and to be ready to file? In other words do they age out and need to be redone within a certain time or is the apostilled doc good for Italy's purpose indefinitely?

Thank you. I am based in DC so if I can be of use here, reach out.

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Hello everyone!

I just got the news my citizenship (after 5.5 years) has finally been processed and I have my birth certificate emailed to me! I wanted to know if anyone could give me some pointers on where to go now. From what I can tell I’ve registered online in the AIRE, and need to book a consulate appointment now for my citizenship (or passport)? Also what else may I need to do? Luigi’s directions were a little vague and I’m awaiting a response form him.

If you’re in the process the day will finally come, be patient! I know it’s hard but it’ll all be worth it!

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For a 1948 case, do I just order the $65 C-file online? For one ancestor I have the C# (the one male who I need to prove I can't go through). It says very clearly that it will be an uncertified copy. I thought things had to be certified to get an apostille.

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