1948 Case with Luigi Paiano

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Barga1948
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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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