Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Info on Italian Citizenship via Marriage

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 10 March 2010)

Here are some links on Italian Citizenship via Marriage:


CITIZENSHIP VIA MARRIAGE
INFORMATION FROM THE EMBASSY OF ITALY OR FROM ONE OF THE CONSULATE GENERAL OFFICES IN THE USA – IN ENGLISH, ITALIAN. THE FORM (RE: MARRIAGE) TO BE FILLED OUT AND SUBMITTED WITH ANY OTHER ASSOCIATED PAPERWORK IS LISTED BELOW ON THE EMBASSY OR RESPECTIVE ITALIAN CONSULATE GENERAL OFFICE OF ITALY ENTRY LISTED BELOW:
NOTE: For those individuals living in the USA, US Territories and specific offshore and Caribbean islands, it is important to note that to apply for Italian citizenship through marriage, you need to submit the necessary paperwork to the appropriate Consular Services office to either the Embassy or Consulate General of Italy depending on where you live. These jurisdictions are listed in the blog entry titled, "Info on Consulate Jurisdictions for the Embassy of.Italy and Consulates General in the USA , dated Friday, February 23, 2007".

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This is an important blog entry for me personally. In the coming months, I'll be updating this entry because I will be going through this procedure. I am married to an Italian-American who on February 9th, 2007 is now an Italian citizen via Jure Sanguinis. Martha, my wife, will be writing about her experiences in a forthcoming blog entry.

Since we live outside of Italy and have been married for over 3 years, the process can take up to 3+ years for me to receive Italian Citizenship via Marriage and there are steps to follow and paperwork to be assembled and submitted. If we lived in Italy, it may take 6 months.

I listed the Embassy and each Consulate General of Italy office separately with a link to the form (marriage) to be submitted because each office operates independently of each other in the USA. For some people, this process can be incredibly frustrating and S L O W. However, one must be patient.

That's it for Tuesday, 27 February 2007: martedì, 27 febbraio 2007.

Ciao, Ben

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(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 10 March 2010)

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