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Most countries don't tax their citizens, only their residents. The most notable exception is the US. In the EU countries however you only need to pay tax if you are a resident there. More specifically in Italy: If you live in Italy for more than 183 days in a year, or your life is centered in Italy and you are in the Population Registry: You must pay tax on ...


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I'm Italian and I moved to the UK two years ago. As Italians, if we permanently reside in a foreign country we don't pay taxes on what we earn abroad. There are taxes to pay if you own a property in Italy, but that's a different story, of course. As citizens, if we plan to move abroad for longer than a year, however, the Italian law imposes that we sign up ...


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In very broad terms, you can (these steps take many years): Get an H-1B visa with a job in the US Get a green card after completing a lot of paperwork such as labor certification (optional) Apply for US citizenship after holding your green card for some years There are other ways such as the Diversity Immigrant Visa (also informally known as the "green ...


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Taxation will depend on the country into which you move. Some countries have mutual agreements against double taxations, aimed at avoiding charging residents twice. These usually don't include countries which are considered fiscal paradises/too fiscally advantageous, mainly to fight tax evasion. Since you mention Italy I'll use this country as an example. ...


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You do not need a resident permit as an EU national. However you need to register with the local police (Bürgeramt) within 7 days of finding permanent residence. See here for more information.


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It appears your options are pretty limited here, unfortunately, especially since the DVLA seems to have closed all their regional offices. Firstly, you might want to try check in with (certain) larger Post Offices. Some Post Office branches have a license photocard renewal service where they validate passport details so that posting it is not necessary. ...


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Difficult question, with no simple answer. It is also a question that belongs in expatriates.stackexchange.com Assumptions: All participants parents, children, mother and sister are Italian citizens. All Italians living outside of Italy are required to register themselves with the AIRE system if this is not the case, do so before leaving the ...


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You should apply in the UK. For example, see the USCIS page describing the process step by step (emphasis added): USCIS sends the approved petition to the DOS National Visa Center (NVC), which forwards it to the embassy or consulate where the foreign fiancé/fiancée will apply for the K-1 visa (generally, the embassy or consulate in the area where the ...


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The answer is: Depends. After the Italian Consulate accept your instance for the transcription (assuming you have all the required documents and translations) the Consulate will transmit all the documentation to the Italian City (Comune) where your partner has the residence. Based on the size and the workload of the office in that specific City, the time ...


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As an EU citizen you have the right to reside in another EU country, provided that you are either working or you have comprehensive health insurance and sufficient resources not to be a burden on the host country's social security system. In principle, I don't believe you have to be working in your host country to qualify under the "worker" condition. ...


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I'm an American who successfully acquired italian citizenship about five years ago. This questionnaire is the easiest one I've found online: http://italiancitizenship.info/ I had to show every birth and marriage certificate of everyone back to the ascendent i acquired citizenship through. i also had to show a naturalization certificate proving my ...


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It's not enough to born in Italy to be an Italian citizen, because in Italy the citizenship is based on the "ius sanguinis", you need have at least one parent withe the Italian citizenship at the the time of your birth. So if your grandfather was Italian at the time of birth of your mother, she has the Italian citizenship and unless she dismissed it before ...


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While I don't know the intricacies of renewing from abroad, I know that driving schools offer license renewal. You may be able to work with a driving school and fax the information and signatures required.


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I emailed the Consulate General of Italy in London with a similar issue - the difference being I already had my paper version but I needed the plastic card version before I could open a bank account (they wouldn't accept the paper version during a webcam verification). The response I received was: "...I am sorry, but we do not have this service, here. ...


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The consulate make just a preliminary verification of autenticity of the documents and forward the request to the Interior Ministry (Ministero degli Interni). Since I don't think it is possible to apply twice, your wife should just communicate your new address in London to the Zurich consulate so that they can reach you whenever they have an answer. AIRE ...


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Even if your grandmother’s civil registration birth at the local registrar’s office (anagrafe) were damaged or destroyed, a copy would have been sent to the procura della repubblica in the provincial capital, in the repository or archive of the tribunale, the district court. First, find out whether your nona’s village was part of a larger area, where ...


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Your passport's data page (the page with your picture) displays an entry for "Autorità/Authority/Autorité." As noted in the comments below, the entry there is likely to display "Ministro Degli Affari Esteri," the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as the issuing governmental agency. The Passport itself does not say where (physically) the passport was ...


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I think it means the place where it's been physically issued to you, so it can be any country other than Italy, otherwise they wouldn't have put the option to begin with if every Italian passport was issued in Italy only. If you've been issued your passport in the UK, just put UK, Indian officials would know anyway that there are consulates, I don't think ...


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Your income tax and old-age pension will be paid in Germany and will be deducted from your pay automaticly. When leaving Germany you should apply for a Versicherungsverlauf, which will assist you when applying for a Pension in the future see details inside in the first link below, togeather with other tips one what must be done after arrival in Germany ...


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You have said you are "moving" from Italy to Germany. That makes things much simpler. (Rules are more complex if you live in one country and work in another.) Your salary will be taxed in Germany. You will not be liable for tax on your salary in Italy, provided you register with AIRE. You should pay contributions for old-age pensions in Germany. Your ...


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Possibly, if the result of the DNA test leads to change of the birth record in a Civil Registry (A.P.R.) of an Italian municipality stating that a Italian citizen is the father the citizenship of the father will be known to the Civil Registry For an adapted birth certificate issued outside of Italy, this would probably have to be verified by a responsible ...


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Your son is very likely an Italian citizen also, in which case he should apply for an Italian passport rather than an EEA family permit. However, the answers below assume that he is not an Italian citizen. Apply for EEA family permits. You will need to submit two applications. There is no need. The only requirement is that you be a qualified person (for ...


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When I filled out an EEA family permit application for my mother in law, with my wife as the EEA national, we supplied "none" for the registration certificate number. If you apply for a registration certificate along with your wife's residence card application, you will be able to use the European passport return service, which seems like the least ...


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Even if your child were not Italian, she would enjoy freedom of movement as your family member (i.e., dependent child under 21 years of age) because you are Italian. See Directive 2004/38/EC. With your passport and her birth certificate, you can therefore prove that she has a right to remain with you in the UK. In fact, it's puzzling that she was given a ...


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Well, I know someone in exactly the same situation who is wondering exactly the same thing. As far as I understand -- I am not a certified tax expert, and this is not a consultation. According to the Glacier tax system (an electronic system in use at some universities), you would count as a resident alien for taxation purposes for tax year 2016 if you had ...


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The Consulate in San Francisco has a page of FAQs about AIRE. One of them includes this statement: Please note that the AIRE registration date cannot be retroactive. Another one states that you must register within 90 days of arrival. EDIT: I voted to close the question because there's another similar question: Do Italian Citizens living abroad have to ...


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Under Italian civil law, for a foreign citizen to marry an Italian, you would need: valid passport/international identity card a copy of your birth certificate from your country of origin, translated into Italian and certified at the Italian embassy/consulate in your country of origin an affidavit (Dichiarazione Giurata) from your country of origin stating ...


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The consulate can only obtain you a copy of the number in mail, not the card. To get the card you need to follow the instructions here at the consular web page Follow the second part of the instruction as the first part will only get you a mail with the number, not the plastic card. You'll have to use this form and specify in section D your abroad address ...


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