1948 case help

Over 25 million Italians have emigrated between 1861 and 1960 with a migration boom between 1871 and 1915 when over 13,5 million emigrants left the country for European and overseas destinations.
Post Reply
wilsonfromdevon
Newbie
Newbie
Posts: 2
Joined: 30 Aug 2020, 10:50

1948 case help

Post by wilsonfromdevon »

Hello,
I have started a 1948 case with my lawyer. However the first documents that he has asked me to source are certificates from the Italian consular authorities for everyone in my line to confirm that they have never renounced their Italian citizenship according to article 7, L. 555/1912. However I am stumped as to how to obtain these certificates. I have looked online and I cant see anything relating to how to obtain them or anyone else asking or referencing obtaining them for their own case. I have already obtained a certificate of no evidence of naturalisation for my grand mother and have my grand fathers naturalisation certificate.

Has anyone else had to obtain said certificates and if so how did you do it? Are these certificates standard procedure?
CARLOSALBARDIAZ
Newbie
Newbie
Posts: 16
Joined: 30 Aug 2017, 18:08

Re: 1948 case help

Post by CARLOSALBARDIAZ »

I have prepared documents for 1948 cases involving about 100 people with different lawyers and none of them requested a "non rinuncia" check. They only asked for evidence of naturalization of a) the Italian emigrant and b) those in the line who were born in one country and married or had children in another country.

If I was you I would check how much experience THAT lawyer has in 1948 cases. Paiano and a couple other lawyers have won more than 1000 cases each.
wilsonfromdevon
Newbie
Newbie
Posts: 2
Joined: 30 Aug 2020, 10:50

Re: 1948 case help

Post by wilsonfromdevon »

CARLOSALBARDIAZ wrote: 09 Jan 2021, 15:36 I have prepared documents for 1948 cases involving about 100 people with different lawyers and none of them requested a "non rinuncia" check. They only asked for evidence of naturalization of a) the Italian emigrant and b) those in the line who were born in one country and married or had children in another country.

If I was you I would check how much experience THAT lawyer has in 1948 cases. Paiano and a couple other lawyers have won more than 1000 cases each.
I received an email from the consulate yesterday saying that they do not give out these certificates to anyone.
I am using Andrea Scozzaro at the moment are there any other lawyers that you would recommended? The quote I received from Andrea was almost half of what Paiano quoted.

He has requested that I obtain birth, marriage, death, non rinuncia from the consulate for everyone in the chain and residency certificates for those applying.
Post Reply