How to become an Italian citizen
The Italian citizenship is mainly based on right of blood (“ius sanguinis”), meaning anyone having Italian father or mother is Italian. Currently the citizenship is regulated by law n.91 February 5th 1992.
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Which are the documents I need to request the Italian citizenship?
To request the Italian citizenship you need to prove that the citizenship was passed onto every next generation providing civil status documents. Check out the list of all the documents needed.
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Italian Citizenship

Italian Citizenship

Full assistance to become an Italian citizen
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Portuguese Nationality

Portuguese Nationality

Procedures to meet the criteria and obtain the acquisition of the Portuguese nationality and naturalization
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Marriage, Separation, and Divorce

Marriage, Separation, and Divorce

Documents required for marriage. Extrajudicial and judicial proceedings for separation and divorce
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International and Immigration Law

International and Immigration Law

Assistance on international and immigration law
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Labor Law

Labor Law

Assistance in Labor Law in Brazil and in Italy
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Corporate

Corporate

Assistance on how to set up a new company in Italy and in Brazil
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Business Strategy & Development

Business Strategy & Development

Strategic and financial business planning, Product Management implementation, business reorganization
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Blockchain & Smart Contracts

Blockchain & Smart Contracts

Educating individuals and organizations, legal and tax assistance
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Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Assistance on succession procedure in Brazil, Italy, and Portugal
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Blockchain

What is blockchain?

Blockchain technology may seem complicated when going through its details but the main concept is actually very simple: blockchain is just a type of database.

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