Italian residency

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Residency in Italy after Brexit

Now that Brexit is finally here, one of the big questions asked by Brits abroad is about residency in another country. If you live in Italy, then you must register as a resident there if you plan to stay for more than three months.
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How to acquire Italian citizenship

In general, Italian citizenship is obtained ‘ius sanguinis’, this means having an Italian parent. However, it is possible to obtain citizenship by meeting different conditions. The matter is governed by Law No 91 of 5 February 1992. Italian heritage or marriage

Tax benefit in Italy for pensioners

Italy wants to attract pensioners and is determined to compete with countries like Portugal and Spain when it comes to retirees moving there. Let's see what the new Italian tax regime for senior citizens is, who exactly it is aimed at and how long it lasts.
What do you have to do to get Italian nationality?

How to get Italian citizenship

Are you in love with Italy so much you want to be officially Italian? Do you need Italian nationality for work, tax or legal reasons? Are you currently a UK citizen and worried about your status living in the country after Brexit comes into effect?
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