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what is the place of issue of a passport?

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 ...
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is it possible to go with the babies (Italian passport holders) but leave them in Brazil for a month or two?

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 ...
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K1 visa - Consulate

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 ...
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How can I marry an Italian citizen while I'm in Italy on a tourist visa?

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 ...
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How can I get a copy of my Codice Fiscale card if I am an expat?

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 (...
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Proving my identity in UK via postoffice.co.uk

The result from Verifying the Email - Email Checker for '[email protected]' is BAD The mailbox doesn't exist. Assume this is a fraud attempt. This may be caused by the noreply portion, so ...
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Applying for a British Passport - Am I a British Citizen?

Since you and your parents are Italian citizens, is is very likly that you and they are registered in the Registry of Italians Resident Abroad (A.I.R.E.) system. This registry should contain all ...
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Applying for a British Passport - Am I a British Citizen?

You will need to prove this yourself, but you might be able to get help. It would obviously be helpful if any of your parents have kept any papertrail from their residence in 1986 (rent agreements for ...
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Moving to Switzerland with my EU Husband

Yes you will. See https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home/themen/fza_schweiz-eu-efta/eu-efta_buerger_schweiz/faq.html Who may apply for family members to join them and reside in Switzerland? Spouses ...
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Italian citizenship through grandmother, missing birth certificate

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 ...
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As a Canadian citizen and Italian Resident, do I need a visa to carry out remote contractual work for a UK company?

You would need a UK work visa to work in the UK. You won't be working in the UK, so you won't need a UK work visa. If you are not yet authorized to work in Italy then you will need to get an Italian ...
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Father's name in the birth certificate and Italian citizenship

Can I have my name in her birth certificate and at the same time my family name will not be her family name? In the link provided by @Traveller, the following can be found: Statutory declaration of ...
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what is the place of issue of a passport?

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 ...
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Tax treaty USA-Italy: scholar/teacher (art. 20) tax exemptions and implications

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 ...
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I never enrolled in AIRE for almost 2 years - killer taxes

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 ...
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Taxiation in Germany (for expats from Italy)

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 ...
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Taxiation in Germany (for expats from Italy)

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. ...
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Citizenship request with DNA tests results

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 ...
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EEA family permit for non-EEA family members

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 ...
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EEA National registration certificate number

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 ...
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Child put on 3-month visa after holiday

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 ...
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