Applying for Citizenship "Jure Sanguinis" when resident in Italy

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Applying for Citizenship "Jure Sanguinis" when resident in Italy

Post by Italoscotgirl » 07 Mar 2019, 15:22

Hi

I was just wondering if anyone has applied for Italian citizenship by descent through a local comune in Italy? I am considering starting the procedure but my local comune don't seem to know much about it so I would like to go in a bit prepared myself to nudge them in the right direction.

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Re: Applying for Citizenship "Jure Sanguinis" when resident in Italy

Post by adelfio » 07 Mar 2019, 20:23

What comune are you using? Dont forget to send a photo id with request.


OGGETTO: richiesta atto di nascita ai sensi dell'art. 107 del DPR 396/2000

Ai fini dell'ottenimento della cittadinanza italiana jure sanguinis, io sottoscritta [your name and surname], nata a [your place of birth] il [your date of birth] residente in [place of residence], richiedo cortesemente copia integrale dell'atto di nascita di mio nonno:

Cognome e nome: [surname/name]
Data di nascita: [date of birth]
Luogo di nascita: [place of birth]
Padre: [name of his father]
Madre: [name of his mother]

Data [date] Firma [sign]


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Re: Applying for Citizenship "Jure Sanguinis" when resident in Italy

Post by Italoscotgirl » 08 Mar 2019, 20:50

thanks for the reply but it's not the birth certificate I'm looking for, I've asked for that from my grandmother's comune already. I was just wondering if anyone had started the procedure in the comune in which they are or were resident?

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Re: Applying for Citizenship "Jure Sanguinis" when resident in Italy

Post by r21679 » 13 Mar 2019, 19:42

Hello, I am also wondering about this option and would love to know if anyone in this forum has experience with it. The Italian embassy in Germany where I live has no appointments available for the next year. It would be great to establish residence in Italy and apply directly at a comune as I hear it's much faster.

I have so far found this information from My Italian Family, a service that offers assistance with this process. However, I am still waiting for a reply from them regarding further details:

https://www.myitalianfamily.com/resourc ... ions-italy


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Re: Applying for Citizenship "Jure Sanguinis" when resident in Italy

Post by JamesM » 14 Mar 2019, 11:32

Here in Esperia, Frosinone, there is an attorney who helps people seeking citizenship.
Mostly Brazilians have used his services. He does everything from setting up an apartment to accompanying his clients to the comune.

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