Documents and Requirements - Italian Citizenship Assistance (2023)

Documents and Requirements to apply forItalian Citizenship Jure Sanguinis (By Descent)

As a general rule, the Law recognizes the possibility to acquire Italian citizenship to individuals born from a father of Italian citizenship (or from a father who had not yet renounced to Italian citizenship when such individual was born). After the entry into force of the Constitution of 1948, the same criteria apply to those born after January 1, 1948 from a mother of Italian citizenship.

U.S. issued vital records (birth, marriage, and death certificates) that are to be recorded in Italy must be in long form and bear the registrar’s raised, embossed, impressed or multicolored seal and the date the certificate was filed with the registrar’s office.

IMPORTANT: Each document must also have affixed an APOSTILLE (According to the Hague Convention Dec. 5th, 1961). “Apostille” is the legalization provided by the Office of the Secretary of State of the Country where the certificate is issued. Please note: it is not a stamp on the certificate. It is generally a separate document stapled to the birth/marriage/death/ certificate. The Apostille does not require any translation.

If you were born in the United States (or any other Country where citizenship is acquired by birth) and any one of the situations listed below pertain to you, you may be considered an Italian citizen. (For each category all conditions must be met).

CATEGORIES AND CONDITIONS THAT NEED TO BE MET:

CATEGORY 1: Your father was an Italian citizen at the time of your birth and you never renounced your right to the Italian citizenship.

CATEGORY 2: Your mother was an Italian citizen at the time of your birth, you were born after January 1st, 1948 and you never renounced your right to the Italian citizenship.

CATEGORY 3: Your father was born in the United States or a Country other than Italy, your paternal grandfather was an Italian citizen at the time of his birth, neither you nor your father ever renounced your right to the Italian citizenship.

CATEGORY 4:Your mother was born in the United States or a Country other than Italy, your maternal grandfather was an Italian citizen at the time of her birth, you were born after January 1, 1948 and neither you nor your mother ever renounced your right to the Italian citizenship.

CATEGORY 5: Your paternal or maternal grandfather was born in the United States, your paternal great-grandfather was an Italian citizen at the time of his birth, neither you nor your father nor your grandfather ever renounced your right to Italian citizenship. (Please note: a grandmother born before 01/01/1948 can claim Italian citizenship only from her father and can transfer it only to children born after 01/01/1948.

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NOTE: “Italian citizen at the time of “birth” means that he/she did not acquire any other citizenship through naturalization, before the descendant’s birth.


Below is a list of the documents required to apply for Italian Citizenship “jure sanguinis”. Please note that some of the requirements vary between the Consular Jurisdictions, please contact us to learnabout the specific variations.

If number 1 applies to you, you must obtain the following documents, all in original:

1) YOUR FATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE from the “Comune” where your father was born, in “formato internazionale”, or in “estratto per riassunto” showing his parents names.

2) YOUR MOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE (see above or, if she was born in the U.S.A., request a “certified copy” or a “long form” or a “full form”).

3) YOUR PARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE from Italy. If it took place in the U.S.A., you must obtain a “certified copy” of the license and certificate and an “APOSTILLE” from the Secretary of State of the State in which it was issued; TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

4) A COPY OF YOUR FATHER’S CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION or his Italian passport and permanent resident card.

5) YOUR CIVIL RECORDS: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, BIRTH CERTIFICATES OF CHILDREN UNDER 18; DIVORCE RECORDS IF APPLICABLE. You must obtain a “certified copies” of “full form” or “long form” not abstract, of all certificates, authenticated with an APOSTILLE from the Secretary of State in which they were issued. The Certificates must be TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN.

6) YOUR FATHER’S DEATH CERTIFICATE, if deceased, certified copy and legalized with APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN.

If your father became a naturalized U.S. citizen before your birth, you are not entitled to Italian citizenship (unless you fit into another category).

If number 2 applies to you, you must follow the instructions under paragraph #1, but in regards to your mother.

1) YOUR MOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE from the “Comune” where your mother was born in “formato internazionale”, or in “estratto per riassunto” showing parents names.

2) YOUR FATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE (see above, or, if he was born in the U.S.A., request a “certified copy” or a “long form” or a “full form”).

3) YOUR PARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE from Italy, follow the procedure above. If it took place in the U.S.A., you must obtain a “certified copy” of the license and certificate and an “APOSTILLE” from the Secretary of State of the State in which it was issued; TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

4) A COPY OF YOUR MOTHER’S CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION

5) YOUR CIVIL RECORDS: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, BIRTH CERTIFICATES OF CHILDREN UNDER 18; DIVORCE RECORDS IF APPLICABLE. You must obtain a “certified copy” of “full form” or “long form” not abstracts, with an APOSTILLE from the Secretary of State in which it was issued. Birth, Marriage, Divorce Certificates must be TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN.

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6) YOUR MOTHER’S DEATH CERTIFICATE, if deceased, certified copy legalized with Apostille and TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN.

If your mother became a naturalized U.S. citizen before your birth, you are not entitled to Italian citizenship (unless you fit into another category)

If number 3 applies to you, you must obtain the following:

1) YOUR PATERNAL GRANDFATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE (from Italy)

2) YOUR PATERNAL GRANDMOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

3) YOUR GRANDPARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE from Italy, if it took place in the U.S.A., you must obtain a “certified copy” of the license and certificate and an “APOSTILLE” from the Secretary of State of the State in which it was issued; TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

4) YOUR GRANDFATHER’S CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION

5) YOUR FATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

6) YOUR MOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

7) YOUR PARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

8) YOUR CIVIL RECORDS: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, BIRTH CERTIFICATES OF CHILDREN UNDER 18, DIVORCE RECORDS, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

9) DEATH CERTIFICATE/S RELATING TO ITALIAN BORN ASCENDANTS ONLY, with APOSTILLE and TRANSLATION

If your grandfather became a naturalized U.S. citizen before your father’s birth, you are not entitled to Italian citizenship (unless you fit into another category).

If number 4 applies to you, you must obtain the following:

1) YOUR MATERNAL GRANDFATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE (from Italy)

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2) YOUR MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

3) YOUR MATERNAL GRANDPARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE from Italy, if it took place in the U.S.A., you must obtain a “certified copy” of the license and certificate and an “APOSTILLE” from the Secretary of State of the State in which it was issued; TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

4) YOUR MATERNAL GRANDFATHER’S CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION

5) YOUR MOTHER’ S BIRTH CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

6) YOUR FATHER’ S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

7) YOUR PARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

8) YOUR CIVIL RECORDS: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, BIRTH CERTIFICATES OF CHILDREN UNDER 18; DIVORCE RECORDS, APOSTILLE AND TRANSLATION

9) DEATH CERTIFICATE/S RELATING TO THE ITALIAN BORN ASCENDANTS ONLY with APOSTILLE and TRANSLATION

If your grandfather became a naturalized U.S. citizen before your mother’s birth, you are not entitled to Italian citizenship (unless you fit into another category).

If number 5 applies to you, you must obtain the following:

1) YOUR PATERNAL GREAT GRANDFATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE (from Italy)

2) YOUR PATERNAL GREAT GRANDMOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

3) YOUR PATERNAL GREAT GRANDPARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE from Italy, if it took place in the U.S.A., you must obtain a “certified copy” of the license and certificate and an “APOSTILLE” from the Secretary of State of the State in which it was issued; TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

4) YOUR PATERNAL GREAT GRANDFATHER’S CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION

5) YOUR PATERNAL GRANDFATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

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6) YOUR PATERNAL GRANDMOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

7) YOUR PATERNAL GRANDPARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

8) YOUR FATHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

9) YOUR MOTHER’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

10) YOUR PARENTS’ MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED

11) YOUR CIVIL RECORDS: BIRTH CERTIFICATE, MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE, BIRTH CERTIFICATES OF CHILDREN UNDER 18; DIVORCE RECORDS, APOSTILLE and TRANSLATED INTO ITALIAN

12) DEATH CERTIFICATE/S RELATING TO THE ITALIAN BORN ASCENDANTS ONLY with APOSTILLE and TRANSLATION.

If your great-grandfather became a naturalized U.S. citizen before your paternal grandfather’s birth, you are not entitled to Italian citizenship (unless you fit into another category).

GENERAL NOTE

1 . All of your Certificates will be new “Certified Copies” a.k.a. “Long Form” or “Full Form” (not “certification” or “abstract”).

2. Your Non-Italian Birth / Marriage / Death records related to the “Italian side” will bear an apostille (according to Hague Convention of Dec. 5, 1961) except for the Certificate of Naturalization and/or similar documentation.

3. All of your Certificates in other languages than Italian will be translated into Italian. The only document which will not be translated and does not need an “Apostille” is the U.S. Certificate of Naturalization or any statement releasing information on the naturalization status of the interested party.

FOREIGN DOCUMENTS:

Your documents issued in Countries other than the U.S.A. or Italy must comply with the local regulations on the legalization of documents, they must be translated into Italian and the translation certified by the Italian Consulate/Embassy in the Country where the document was issued. To find out how a document should be legalized in its Country of origin you must obtain the information on the website of the competent Italian Consulate/Embassy.

DISCREPANCIES (IMPORTANT)

Check all documents word for word to make sure that there are no discrepancies or changes in the names, last names, dates and places of birth. If there are major discrepancies in last names, dates, ages, and places of birth these variations or errors must be corrected with an official “affidavit to amend a record” to be requested from the Vital Statistics Office that issued the document or with another appropriate official document.
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FAQs

How much does an Italian citizenship service cost? ›

In conjunction with experienced Italian attorneys, our firm offers start-to-finish 1948 cases. We procure all documents, translations, and legalizations, as well as handle your court case until you are an Italian citizen. Fees: Starting at $6,000. Timeframes: 18 to 42 months, start to finish.

What is the fastest way to get Italian citizenship? ›

Making your application for Italian citizenship by descent in Italy can be one of the fastest ways to apply for Italian Citizenship by Descent. In many consulates around the world, the waiting time for the initial appointment can be several months.

What documents do I need for Italian citizenship by marriage? ›

Process of Italian Citizenship Through Marriage
  • Copy of marriage certificate transcript from Italian municipality where Italian spouse is AIRE-registered.
  • Criminal background checks from applicant's residences since 14 years of age and FBI.
  • Certified copy of foreign birth certificate.

What documents do I need for Italian citizenship jure sanguinis? ›

Documents Needed to Apply for Jure Sanguinis in 2022.
  • Marriage certificate.
  • Divorce certificate.
  • Death certificates as applicable.
  • Birth Certificates.
31 Jan 2022

Do I need to speak Italian for citizenship? ›

Applicants are required to have competency in Italian to the level of B1 level of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

How much is the citizenship fee 2022? ›

$1,170. You may pay the fee with a money order, personal check, or cashier's check. When filing at a USCIS lockbox, you may also pay by credit card using Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card Transactions. If you pay by check, you must make your check payable to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Is Italian citizenship hard to get? ›

To obtain Italian citizenship, you need to live in the country for ten years. This path is not suitable for everyone. Some EU countries give investors the opportunity to obtain a residence permit, permanent residence and citizenship much faster.

How long does it take to get citizenship after applying 2022? ›

How long does it take to become a U.S. citizen? The national average processing time for naturalization (citizenship) applications is 14.5 months.

How long does it take to apply for Italian citizenship? ›

There are several factors that affect how long it will take to apply for Italian citizenship. It often takes 18 months or more once your application is accepted by the Italian consulate or embassy with jurisdiction in your area.

Do I need to speak Italian to get Italian citizenship by marriage? ›

- if you are applying for Italian Citizenship by marriage, since 2018, you must speak Italian and show an adequate knowledge of the language (passing the level B1 test of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFRL).

Do Italians take husband's last name? ›

Italy. Spouses keep their original surnames. According to the Italian Civil Code (article 143 bis), a woman who marries keeps her surname and has the option of adding her husband's surname after hers. Non-Italian citizens getting married in Italy will not have their surname changed in Italy.

How long does it take to obtain Italian citizenship through marriage? ›

The foreign-born spouse of an Italian citizen residing abroad may apply for Italian citizenship through marriage three years after it was celebrated.

Who needs a Nulla Osta? ›

The “Nulla Osta” permission is required for certain types of requests and allows foreign citizens to live and work in Italy for more than 90 days. The “Nulla Osta” document must be presented into the Immigration Police Department when applying for certain types of residence permit of stay.

How many generations back can you claim Italian citizenship? ›

Having an Italy-born Ancestor is one of the requirements but sadly not the only one; the good news is that there is no limit in the number of generations you can go back, as long as your Italian Ancestor migrated away AFTER Italy became a nation, on March 17, 1861.

Can you get Italian citizenship through DNA test? ›

The Italian Law regarding citizenship has changed several times affecting your qualification requirements. In conclusion, the only way you can prove eligibility for Italian citizenship is by providing a certain set of vital records that link you to your Italy-born Ancestor, and the DNA test is not one of them!

Is it faster to apply for Italian citizenship in Italy? ›

Applying for citizenship directly in Italy is generally much faster compared to applying via an Italian consulate abroad. This is due to the fact that some documents which are necessary if you apply via an Italian consulate in the U.S. might not be required in Italy.

How hard is the Italian citizenship language test? ›

It all depends on your level. If you are an absolute beginner in Italian, it might take anywhere from 6 to 24 months, depending on your time commitment and native language. If you already have an intermediate level, it might take you a month to handle how the exam works.

Does Italian citizenship expire? ›

A: Once the vital record documents for your citizenship application are legalized by means of Apostille they do not have any expiration date and can be filed with the consulate at any time.

How many questions do you need for citizenship 2022? ›

There are 100 civics questions on the naturalization test. During your naturalization interview, you will be asked up to 10 questions from the list of 100 questions. You must answer correctly 6 of the 10 questions to pass the civics test.

Can I get my citizenship for free? ›

However, if you have very low income, you may qualify to apply for citizenship for free, or at a discounted rate of $405. To do so, you must apply for what is called a “fee waiver.” There are two different fee waivers; a full fee waiver and a partial fee waiver. There is a different application form for each.

How many questions do you have to pass on the citizenship test? ›

The USCIS officer will ask you to answer 10 out of the 20 civics test questions with an asterisk. You must answer at least 6 out of 10 questions (or 60%) correctly to pass the 2020 version of the civics test.

What are the benefits of having Italian citizenship? ›

BENEFITS OF ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP
  • ADVANTAGES OF ITALIAN DUAL CITIZENSHIP:
  • FREE ACCESS TO THE EUROPEAN UNION.
  • ADDITIONAL CONSULAR PROTECTION.
  • CAREER PROSPECTS.
  • HIGH QUALITY HEALTHCARE.
  • RECONNECT TO YOUR ROOTS.
  • FINANCIAL BENEFITS.
  • A LEGACY FOR YOUR CHILDREN. EASY ACCESS TO HIGH QUALITY PUBLIC EDUCATION AS AVAILABLE TO EU CITIZENS.

Which country is it hardest to become a citizen? ›

17 Hardest Countries To Get Citizenship [REVEALED]
  • Qatar.
  • Vatican City.
  • Liechtenstein.
  • Bhutan.
  • Saudi Arabia.
  • Kuwait.
  • Switzerland.
  • China.

Which EU country gives citizenship easily? ›

Malta. Malta has one of the speediest routes to citizenship of the country and by extension the EU, with a fast-track program enabling citizenship within one year in return for an investment of at least 750,000 Euros into government programs, government bonds or donation to an approved organisation.

What should I wear to my citizenship interview? ›

It's not necessary to dress formally for your U.S. citizenship interview and test. You may dress comfortably but look professional. "Business casual" is a good rule of thumb. Avoid wearing jeans, shorts and t-shirts.

What should I bring to my citizenship interview 2022? ›

Your interview appointment notice; Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card; A state-issued identification such as a driver's license; and. All valid and expired passports and travel documents issued to you that document your absences from the United States since becoming a permanent resident.

Can I travel while waiting for citizenship? ›

You may travel to another country, including your home country, provided no other legal impediment precludes you from doing so. However, if a trip lasts longer than 180 days, USCIS may determine that you have not continuously resided in the United States and therefore are ineligible for naturalization.

Is Italian citizenship automatic? ›

No. Italian citizenship is based on “jure sanguinis” (blood line). As a general rule, foreigners born in Italy are not automatically Italian.

Can I apply for Italian citizenship at any consulate? ›

If you meet the eligibility requirements to apply for Italian citizenship by descent, there are three main paths to applying: by filing an application at an Italian consulate abroad or via a municipality in Italy, and by petitioning an Italian court.

Does marrying an Italian give you citizenship? ›

Foreign nationals that reside outside Italy are eligible to apply for Italian citizenship by marriage three years after the date of marriage/civil union to an Italian Citizen. The term is reduced by half if the couple has children under the age of 18 or when children are legally adopted by the couple.

Which country gives immediate citizenship by marriage? ›

CAPE VERDE. Marrying a Cape Verde citizen will allow you to get their citizenship right away, should you so desire. If you want the fastest second passport by marriage, the African country Cape Verde may be your best option.

What's the difference between Italian residency and citizenship? ›

The most significant difference between citizenship and permanent residence is the ability to apply for a passport for the country in which you reside. Permanent residents do not have the right to apply for a passport.

Do Italians have 2 surnames? ›

The use of double surnames is legal but not customary in the world. In Italy, children traditionally take their father's surname, except if the child is born outside of marriage ('born out of wedlock'), and in this case, children take the last surname of the parent that first recognises them.

Why do ex wives keep last name? ›

Many women choose to hold onto their married name after a divorce because of their children. Sharing the same last name can make women feel more connected to their children. It can also provide a sense of stability for younger children who will not understand why their mother has a different last name.

What do you call a married woman who keeps her maiden name? ›

If you're keeping your maiden name, you have options: You can go by "Ms." or use "Mrs." as in "Mr. Wong and Mrs. Woodbury." You can also go by "Ms." if you'd prefer your title not to be associated with your marital status.

How much does it cost to get Italian citizenship? ›

As a rule, the dual Italian citizenship process can cost anywhere between $500 - $10,000.

Does Italy allow dual citizenship? ›

Based on current laws, Italy recognises dual nationality and does not put any limit on the number of citizenships you may hold. This means an Italian citizen is allowed to have three or more passports as long as the other nations where they are citizens have similar laws that allow this.

Do you automatically become a citizen through marriage? ›

A spouse married to a U.S. citizen will not automatically be a U.S. citizen after they get married. While in marital union, you will need to go through the naturalization process. Becoming a U.S. citizen through marriage starts off the same way most paths to naturalization start: by getting a green card.

How much is Nulla Osta? ›

The fee for processing the Nulla Osta is Euro 50; payable by bank transfer to: New Zealand Embassy, IBAN: IT45U0356601600000125634028, SWIFT: CITIITMX, Purpose: Nulla Osta for Marriage and your full name.

How long does it take to get Nulla Osta in Italy? ›

1. How long does it take to get a Nullaosta in Italy. The nullaosta for subordinate work in Italy shall be issued within 30 days. This time limit is valid from June 22, 2022, when Law-Decree No.

Where can I buy Nulla Osta in Italy? ›

application of nulla osta has to be done on-line to Internal Affairs Ministry at the Cinformi office; application of stay permit for family reasons has to be done at Commissariato del Governo.

What is the 5 year rule for citizenship? ›

As a permanent resident, you are generally eligible for naturalization after five years. This is the most common way that people apply to become a U.S. citizen. To qualify, you must have lived in the U.S. continuously for the five years immediately preceding the date you file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.

What is the 3 year rule citizenship? ›

3 Years of Continuous Residence. The spouse of a U.S. citizen residing in the United States must have continuously resided in the United States as an LPR for at least 3 years immediately preceding the date of the filing the application and up to the time of the Oath of Allegiance.

How do I know if I qualify for Italian citizenship? ›

Do I qualify for Italian citizenship? Most people with Italian ancestral ties qualify for Italian citizenship. While certain rules apply, the main requirement is that you can prove your ancestral links to an Italian ancestor who did not go through the naturalization process prior to the birth of their child.

Is Italian citizenship easy to get? ›

Jure Sanguinis, also known as citizenship by descent (by blood), is one of the fastest and easiest ways to obtain Italian citizenship. There is no limit to the number of descendants who can claim Italian heritage under their paternal or maternal line. Furthermore, Italy does not have a generational limit when applying.

How long Italian citizenship takes? ›

To obtain Italian citizenship, you need to live in the country for ten years. This path is not suitable for everyone. Some EU countries give investors the opportunity to obtain a residence permit, permanent residence and citizenship much faster.

How long does it take to process Italian citizenship? ›

When an application is accepted by the consulate, it can take as much as six months for a decision to be made regarding your right to Italian citizenship. Once approved, you can apply for an Italian passport but the overall process can take up to two or three years in total.

How do I book an appointment for Italian citizenship? ›

Only for new applications of Italian citizenship by descent: it is mandatory to book an appointment online through the “Prenot@MI” system (click here to book an appointment: new appointments are published at 5 pm).

Can I go to the Italian consulate without an appointment? ›

In order to make our services more efficient, the Consulate General receives applications ONLY by appointment, apart from proven urgent cases. However, not all services require personal attendance as some can be processed by post or by email.

Can I walk in for Italian Embassy? ›

If you want to apply at the Embassy of Italy (for visas and legalizations) you require an appointment which must be booked through Gerry's call centre.

Is Italian dual citizenship worth it? ›

Italian dual citizenship can create incredible opportunities and foster wonderful cultural exchanges. The main benefits Dual Italian Citizens enjoy are: The ability to work, reside and study in Italy and across the 27 EU member states (e.g. Spain, France, Germany, Netherlands etc.) without the need of a Visa.

What are the benefits of getting Italian citizenship? ›

BENEFITS OF ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP
  • ADVANTAGES OF ITALIAN DUAL CITIZENSHIP:
  • FREE ACCESS TO THE EUROPEAN UNION.
  • ADDITIONAL CONSULAR PROTECTION.
  • CAREER PROSPECTS.
  • HIGH QUALITY HEALTHCARE.
  • RECONNECT TO YOUR ROOTS.
  • FINANCIAL BENEFITS.
  • A LEGACY FOR YOUR CHILDREN. EASY ACCESS TO HIGH QUALITY PUBLIC EDUCATION AS AVAILABLE TO EU CITIZENS.

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