Here are some links on Italian Citizenship via Marriage:
CITIZENSHIP VIA MARRIAGE
- Citizenship Through Marriage – September 2005 – Source: Expats in Italy
- Italian citizenship by marriage (cittadino italiano per matrimonio) – Source: Stranieri in Italia – Main web site is in Italian, specific portions or documents on this web site are in English
- Obtaining Italian citizenship in case of marriage – Thursday 20 February 2003 – This page is in English – Source: MELTING POT EUROPA – Main web site is in Italian, specific portions or documents on this web site are in Arabic, English, French, Romanian, Spanish
- Registering our Marriage at Italian Consulate – blog entry by Michael Severini – Source: Italian Citizenship/Moving to Italy
- Embassy of Italy in Washington, DC USA
- Consulate General of Italy in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
- Consulate General of Italy in Chicago, Illinois, USA
- Italian Consulate in Detroit, Michigan, USA
- Consulate General of Italy in Houston, Texas, USA
- Consulate General of Italy in Los Angeles, California USA
- On this date, nothing happens when you click on "Forms"
- Consulate General of Italy in Miami, Florida, USA – Portions of this web site is in Spanish
- Vital records – Application for marriage certificate registration
- Consulate General of Italy in New York, New York, USA
- APPLICATION FOR ACQUISITION OF ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP BY MARRIAGE TO AN ITALIAN CITIZEN (Art. 5, L. n. 91/1992)
- Vice Consulate of Italy in Newark, New Jersey, USA
- Consulate General of Italy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
- Application form for Citizenship (for the recognition of Italian citizenship through marriage)
- Consulate General of Italy in San Francisco, California, USA
- Consular Services forms – Application of Italian citizenship through marriage
- Foreign citizen's guide – In Albanese, Arabic, English, French, Italian, Russian – Source: Initiative within the Provincia di Frosinone
- Information on Italian Citizenship for Americans of Italian Descent – Please scroll down to section titled, "Citizenship By Marriage" – Source: ItalyLink.com
- Italian nationality law – Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- practical instructions – This page is in English – Source: MELTING POT EUROPA – Main web site is in Italian, specific portions or documents on this web site are in Arabic, English, French, Romanian, Spanish
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on Consulate Jurisdictions for the Embassy of.Italy and Consulates General in the USA *, dated Friday, February 23, 2007
- Info on Italian Citizenship via Jure Sanguinis *, dated Friday, February 16, 2007
- Info on how to become an Italian Citizen *, dated Monday, November 07, 2005
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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.
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