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As a Dually qualified Italian Attorney in New York, I receive many inquiries by American citizens of Italian ancestry that wish to obtain Italian American Dual Citizenship.
Italian citizenship law is based on the jus sanguinis principle (citizenship by blood), and anyone with an Italian ancestor can claim Italian citizenship.
Under the jus sanguinis principle, any person of Italian descent can claim his or her citizenship, and it will be considered citizenship at birth. The process consists in claiming the right of Italian citizenship.
Getting Italian Dual Citizenship means being able to enjoy the advantages of obtaining anItalian Passport. An Italian passport holder can enjoy the advantages of travelling, working, and retiring in Italy as well as any State of the European Union without all the complicated bureaucracy that would be otherwise required to an American citizen.
Even if you do not qualify for Italian Citizenship, you may be eligible for an Italian Visa.
Contact my office today for more information about Dual citizenship for Americans
There is a difference between being a “natural” born citizen versus just a “native” born citizen. If Barack Hussein Obama II was indeed born in Hawaii as the son of British subject Barack Hussein Obama, then Barack Hussein Obama II is a “native” born citizen (due to birth on U.S. soil), but he is not a “natural” born citizen (due to his father’s British citizenship being passed on to the son, in accordance with British law).
Again, Obama could be a “native” born citizen without meeting the Constitutional requirement of being a “natural” born citizen.
The Constitution of the United States explicitly states that “No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not…
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