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Italian Citizenship Lawyer in Toronto or Montreal?

PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 10:22 pm
by alaurin
Hello. I am new to the group. I have been trying to get my Italian citizenship for several years now. I am a little tired of the process and I am finding that I am told one thing one time, then another, another time.

I was thinking about hiring a lawyer to represent me. Has anyone had success doing this? Could someone provide me with a referral?

Thanks in advance!

PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 1:41 pm
by Em
Sorry, duplicate post.

PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2007 1:43 pm
by Em
I don't know how much a lawyer will be able to assist you. If you definitely qualify, it's usually not a problem obtaining the necessary documentation.

If, however, you are unsure about your eligibility for jure sanguinis or if you haven't the time to handle this independently, a lawyer may be helpful. I did notice a thread on the www.expatsinitaly.com site that discusses this issue. You may want to explore it.

Before you go through the expense of hiring a lawyer, however, it may be wise to determine the strength of your application. Since you have been getting different answers from different people, yours may be a complex situation. If you don't mind sharing your information with the members of this forum, someone may have experience with your situation.