How to get Italian citizenship.
Live in Italy? Today we will figure out how to move from immigrant status to citizen status and obtain Italian citizenship. How many years must I live in Italy to obtain the right to citizenship? Can I get citizenship by marrying an Italian citizen? Let's deal with these legal issues.
First, do not confuse the residence permit and citizenship. The citizenship of the Italian Republic equalizes you in rights with nee Italians.
The Italian Republic allows for dual citizenship of Italian citizens, and the Russian Federation allows (62 Article 1 part of the Constitution of the Russian Federation) citizens of Russia to have the citizenship of a foreign state (dual citizenship).
So, the citizenship of the Italian Republic can be obtained in two ways:
By birth - a foreigner who has an Italian parent By birth in Italy - a foreigner born in Italy at the age of 18 Adoption - a minor adopted by an Italian citizen.
A request for citizenship for a marriage with an Italian citizen.
A foreign citizen who has married a citizen of Italy can make a request for the citizenship of the Italian Republic if he resides in Italy for at least 12 months in the case of the birth or adoption of children by this couple, or after 24 months in the absence of common children. A foreign citizen who has married a citizen of Italy can make a request for citizenship of the Italian Republic, in case of residence abroad: 18 months after the marriage in the case of the birth or adoption of children by this couple, or 36 months from the date of marriage, if the marriage was not revoked and not transferred to the status of "separazione legale".
Request for citizenship for residence in Italy.
You can request Italian citizenship for residence if: you are a foreign citizen born in Italy, an EU or non-EU citizen, a stateless person or a political refugee living in Italy, according to the following conditions:
The necessary conditions:
10 years of legal residence in Italy for citizens of countries not belonging to the EU, 3 years of legal residence in Italy for the descendants of Italian citizens by birth (up to the second generation of grandfather and grandmother) and for those born in Italy, 5 years of legal residence in Italy for adults adopted by citizens of Italy, for stateless persons, political refugees, for adult children of persons who have accepted Italian citizenship, 4 years of legal residence in Italy for citizens of countries, aschih the EU, 5 years of service, including those not in Italy, in government in Italy.
Attention: For all cases there is a declaration of personal income for the last 3 years, which is:
� 8.263.31 for persons without dependents in care, � 11.362.05 for persons with dependents in care, with an increase in the total amount of 516.00 for each dependent.
About the author: Tanya Smirnova.
Born and raised in St. Petersburg, in 2010 she came to Italy (Naples), where she studied at the university, worked, and married. I share useful information about life in Italy and give practical advice.
Good day! This site is a great job! and work always causes respect! But among other things your articles are also popular. But this is already a responsibility. I suppose that by listing the grounds for obtaining the citizenship of the Republic you referred not only to your own reflections and the experience of living. However, the information in the article is not accurate and with errors. I'm not talking about grammar, of course. this resource is yours and you are free to write here as you can. I'm talking about the legal side. Especially it concerns getting citizenship & automatically; I do not think that anyone has the right to "poke" and teach anyone here, but let me advise in the name of information and legal literacy of this site (and articles in particular) to double-check the information and correct the pun in the grounds.
How to get Italian citizenship.