please help so confused

Are you eligible for Italian Citizenship jure sanguinis?

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please help so confused

Postby nmecion » Sun Jul 12, 2009 12:08 am

Hello,
I am unsure if I qualify I have been researching and trying to find a way to get my dual citizenship

here it goes

My great grandfather was born in italy 1896 we WAS naturalized (1922) when my grandfather was born (1932) does this mean that it "skipped" a generation, or am I still able to qualify through my great great grandfather. (category #13 on this website) Since my great great grandfather NEVER naturalized and was an italian citizen when my great grandfather was born.

Any help would be great. I really want this and am trying to find a way.....

Nicole
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Re: please help so confused

Postby arist » Sun Jul 12, 2009 6:46 am

If your GGF was naturalized before your GF was born, you don't qualify unfortunately. Sorry :?
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Re: please help so confused

Postby nmecion » Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:44 pm

thanks! i was afraid that was the answer. So frustrating. :( I am going to try to go through my grandmothers father .....
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Re: please help so confused

Postby kpburke » Mon Jul 13, 2009 5:24 pm

Keep in mind that if you're going through your grandmother, then only children she gave birth to after January 1, 1948, are eligible for citizenship. Women weren't able to pass on citizenship until after that date.
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