Unavailable dates for an appointment?

When the Consulate has no appointment dates available. The Court of Rome has recently ruled that if the Consulate has no available date for the appointment within two years, the applicant is entitled to move to Court. According to the Italian procedural rules for citizenship by descend, an action can be brought to Court only [...]

By |2019-08-27T22:54:57+00:00March 2nd, 2019|Dual Citizenship, News|0 Comments

The Salvini Decree is law

On November 27, 2018 the Chamber of Deputies approved the Salvini Decree. 396 members were favourable, 99 contrary. The conversion law no. 132/2018 came into force Dec 4, 2018. The Salvini Decree brought several changes in the Italian citizenship law n. 91 of 1992, as: to acquire citizenship through marriage or residence in Italy [...]

By |2019-08-27T22:57:27+00:00November 27th, 2018|Dual Citizenship, News|0 Comments

The Salvini Decree update

The Salvini Decree has the go-ahead from the Senate (one of the two houses of the Italian Parliament).  The Senate voted for converting the decree into law on November 7, 2018. However, some changes were made to the initial text of the decree. Here are the changes: (new) To acquire citizenship through marriage or residence in [...]

By |2019-08-27T22:58:22+00:00November 10th, 2018|Dual Citizenship, News|0 Comments

The Salvini Decree on immigration and Italian citizenship

A recent decree which became effective October 5, 2018 has brought some substantial changes to the Italian citizenship law.  Known as the Salvini Decree it provides these changes: Proceedings for granting citizenship (a) by marriage or (b) by residence in Italy may now last 48 months (previously 24 months) Proceedings for citizenship iure sanguinis involving events prior to 1948 [...]

By |2019-08-27T23:00:17+00:00October 5th, 2018|Dual Citizenship, News|0 Comments

The reasonable duration of the process according to the Italian Supreme Court

A recent ruling by the Italian Supreme Court has interpreted the provisions of the Pinto Act (Law no. 89/2001 ) in the sense that the length of the entire judgment, for all three grades (first instance court, appeal court and supreme court), should not exceed six years. Civil Cassation, Sixth Section., judgment of 2015.09.03 [...]

By |2019-08-10T21:00:29+00:00November 6th, 2015|News|0 Comments
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