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I will first link to the answer by Relaxed because it addresses your question more thoroughly, in particular the likely fact that having long-term resident status doesn't necessarily count as residing in Italy for the purpose of naturalization. The purpose of this answer is only to consider your father's belief about the implications of moving to another EU ...


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My father fears and thinks that if he moves to another EU country, then he'll have to basically bargain his Italian PR for a temporary one in the other country Your father is basically right, at least for the purpose of naturalisation. If he leaves the country and settles in another country, he would quite plainly not fit the residence requirement anymore ...


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