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Vatandaşlık

 

Vatandaşlık

Vatandaşlığın kazanılması ile ilgili yeni düzenlemeler

İşlemlerin sonuçlandırılması için gerekli sürenin uzatılması

5 Ekim’de yürürlüğe giren 4 Ekim 2018 tarih ve 113 sayılı Kanun Hükmünde Kararname’nin 14. maddesi uyarınca, 5 Şubat 1992 tarih ve 91 sayılı Vatandaşlık Kanununda önemli değişiklikler getirilmiştir. Yeni mevzuat hükümlerine göre vatandaşlık işlemlerinin sonuçlandırılması için gerekli süre 48 ay olarak uzatılmıştır.
Vatandaşlık başvurusu ve beyanlar için öngörülen 200 (ikiyüz) Euro’luk meblağ 250 (ikiyüzelli) Euro olarak yeniden düzenlenmiştir.
1948 yılından önce gerçekleşen olaylara dayanan başvurular dahil olmak üzere soybağı esaslı vatandaşlık işlemlerinin sonuçlanma süresi ise 730 gün olarak teyit edilmiştir

Dil Şartları

4 Aralık 2018 tarihinde yürürlüğe giren kanun hükmünde kararname tasdik yasası ile, 5 Şubat 1992 tarih 91 sayılı Kanuna 9.1 maddesi eklenmiştir. Eklenen madde ile, yukarıda belirtilen kanunun 5. ve 9. maddeleri uyarınca vatandaşlığın tanınması için Avrupa Birliği Ortak Dil Kriterlerinin B1 seviyesinden az olmamak üzere İtalyan dili hakkında yeterli bilgiye sahip olunması şartı konulmuştur.
Üstteki şarta uygunluk,
• Bir kamu veya eşdeğeri eğitim kurumu tarafından verilen diploma veya,
• Bir sertifikasyon kuruluşu tarafından verilen sertifikanın elde edilmesi ile karşılanacaktır.
Halihazırda CLIQ (İtalyan Dili Kalitesi Sertifikasyonu) birlieşik sertifika sisteminin üyeleri olarak aşağıdaki kuruluşlar:

•Università per stranieri di Siena / Siena Yabancılar Üniversitesi (CILS sertifikası)
•L'Università per stranieri di Perugia / Perugia Yabancılar Üniversitesi (CELI sertifikası)
•L'Università Roma Tre / Roma Tre Üniversitesi (CERT.IT sertifikası)
•La Società Dante Alighieri / Dante Alighieri Derneği (PLIDA sertifikası)
tam olarak sertifikasyon kuruluşları olarak kabul edilmektedir.

Bu nedenle, yerel İtalyan Kültür Merkezleriyle işbirliği halinde de yukarıda belirtilen kuruluşlar tarafından verilen en az B1 seviyesindeki sertifikalar bahsi geçen yasaya göre geçerli sayılabilecektir.

İtalyanca dil seviyenizi Türkiye’de nasıl onaylayacağınız konusunda daha fazla bilgi edinmek için aşağıdaki adresi ziyaret ediniz: https://ambankara.esteri.it/ambasciata_ankara/tr/i-rapporti-bilaterali/cooperazione-culturale/

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CITIZENSHIP

for complete information visit

http://www.esteri.it/MAE/en/Italiani_nel_Mondo/ServiziConsolari/Cittadinanza.htm

Italian citizenship is based on the principle of ius sanguinis (blood right) by which a child born of an Italian father or mother is Italian; nevertheless, it must be kept in mind that the mother citizen has only transmitted citizenship to minor children since January 1st 1948 as a result of a ruling by the Constitutional Court. Italian citizenship is currently regulated by Law No. 91 of 5 December 1992, which, unlike the previous law, re-evaluates the importance of individual desire in the gain or loss of citizenship and acknowledges the right to hold citizenship in more than one country, except in the case of the various provisions of international agreements.

ONLINE completion and submission of the requests of Italian citizenship

NEW PROCEDURE

 

WAYS TO BECOME AN ITALIAN CITIZEN

AUTOMATICALLY

1. by having an Italian parent(s);

2. by being born in Italy:

including cases in which the parents are unknown, stateless or do not transmit their own citizenship to their child according to the legislation of the State to which they belong, as well as children found abandoned in Italy and for whom it is impossible to determine status civitatis (citizenship);

3. through paternal or maternal recognition while the child is a minor (in cases in

which the child recognised is no longer a minor, he/she is obliged to elect to become a citizen within one year of recognition);

4. by adoption, both if the foreign minor is adopted by an Italian citizen by means of

the Italian Judicial Authorities, as well as in the case in which adoption is granted abroad and made effective in Italy through a writ, issued by the Juvenile Court and registered with the Civil Registry.

If the adoptee is no longer a minor he/she can become a naturalised Italian citizen after 5 years of legal residence in Italy (see How to Apply: Naturalisation).


HOW TO APPLY

1. Declaration of desire to become a citizen;

If the foreigner is of Italian descent (up to the 2nd degree) he/she can obtain citizenship in any of the following cases:

- by serving in the Italian armed forces;

- by becoming a subordinate employee of the Italian State, even abroad;

- by residing legally in Italy for at least two years after reaching legal age.

If the foreigner was born in Italian territory he/she can obtain citizenship by residing legally and uninterruptedly in Italy from birth up to legal age.

2. Marriage to an Italian citizen;

The requirements include:

legal residence in Italy for at least 6 months after marriage or 3 years of matrimony if residing abroad;

valid marriage certificate;

absence of criminal record;

absence of impediments associated with national security.

Applications for citizenship are to be addressed to the Ministry of the Interior and presented to the Prefecture in the Province of residence, if residing in Italy, or the diplomatic-consular authorities if residing abroad.

3. Naturalizzazione

requirements include:

10 years of legal residence;

sufficient income;

absence of criminal record;

renunciation of original citizenship (where foreseen).

the number of years can be reduced to:

3 years of legal residence for descendents of former Italian citizens by birth, up to the 2nd degree, and for foreigners born in Italian national territory;

4 years of legal residence for citizens of European Community Member States;

5 years of legal residence for displaced persons or refugees, as well as for legal-age foreigners adopted by Italian citizens;

7 years of legal residence as the child of an Italian parent;

no period of residence is required for foreigners who have served the State for a period of at least 5 years, even abroad.

Application for naturalisation must be addressed to the President of the Republic (Presidente della Repubblica) and presented to the Prefecture in the Province of residence.


DOCUMENTATION TO BE PRESENTED WITH APPLICATION FOR CITIZENSHIP

Documentation SELF-CERTIFIABLE:

Certificate from the General Records Office with revenue stamp;

Certificate of family situation with revenue stamp;

Certificate of residence history; if there is more than one municipality of legal residence, certification of residence history for each municipality must be provided with revenue stamp;

Authenticated copies of tax forms 740 or 101 for the three years immediately preceding application, or certificate issued by the authorised tax office of income earned in the three years immediately preceding application.

Documentation NOT SELF-CERTIFIABLE:

application for citizenship to be made on a pre-printed form available at the Prefecture of the place of residence;

birth certificate from country of origin with all pertinent data; in the case of documented impossibility, statement issued by the diplomatic or consular authorities of the country of origin, duly translated and witnessed, indicating name, surname, date and place of birth as well as names of applicant’s father and mother;

Criminal record from applicant’s country of origin and country of residence (self-certificate from EU citizens only);

Authorisation of the authorities of the country of origin to release all pertinent information on the applicant that may be requested by the Italian diplomatic authorities, using the pre-printed form available from the Prefecture;

Declaration renouncing the protection of the Italian diplomatic and consular authorities from the authorities of the country of origin, using the pre-printed form available at the Prefecture (only for applicants requesting citizenship in order to reside in Italy)

Certificate with revenue stamp of Italian citizenship of spouse (only for those applying for citizenship following matrimony).

After application is made the following additional documentation will be requested by the competent authorities:

Certificate concerning charges pending in the applicant’s area of residence issued by the Public Prosecutor’s Office at the locally authorised courts;

Data concerning the applicant’s entrance and period of stay;

Copy of marriage certificate from the Italian municipality where the marriage is registered (only for those applying for citizenship following matrimony).

In order to shorten the process the applicant can always send certificates in his/her possession, even if not authenticated, by electronic means.


GETTING ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP BACK ONCE LOST

Italian citizenship can be reinstated once it is lost:

Automatically

One year from the date in which residence is established in Italy, except in the case of renunciation within that same period.

By Application

· serving in the Italian armed forces;

· being hired as a public servant at the service of the State, even abroad;

· residents abroad: providing the Italian Consulate with a statement stating the intention to reinstate Italian citizenship and establishing residency in Italy within one year of that statement;

· statement by Italian citizens who automatically lost citizenship by marrying a foreigner before January 1st 1948.


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