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Old Nov 21st 2017, 7:58 am   #31
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The EU might just want to punish the UK with some nasty tax regulations especially if we won't pay up on the divorce settlement.. Luxemburg and Ireland both operate as tax havens within the EU so I suppose they can't be too tough on us.
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Old Nov 21st 2017, 8:15 am   #32
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I am currently in the process of applying for Italian citizenship by residence for my wife and me. I am filling out the application form - Modello B - Cittadini Stranieri residenti in Italia - Art.9 (lett. a, b, d, e, f) e/o Art.16 - Richiesta per Residenza on the Ministero dell’interno website.
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1). On page 8 and 13 of Modello B it refers to Dati del Coniuge \ Parte Unita Civilmente and asks if you are also applying for their citizenship, similarly on page 13. Is this sufficient to get my wife’s citizenship or do I have to submit a separate application on a second Modello B but cross reference them?

2). Referring to earlier questions in this thread about apostilled marriage certificate, I cannot see any requirement for this document mentioned in the application form neither does it asked for such a document to be uploaded on page 22. Have I missed something?

3). On page 22 it asks for certain documents to be uploaded, for example a certificato penale, a certificato penale consists of 4 pages, the original certificate, the apostille (glued on the back), translation of the original certificate and translation of the apostille. Which one should I upload?
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Old Nov 23rd 2017, 6:56 pm   #33
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We didn’t have any difficulty getting our marriage certificate 'apostilled' and then translated and sworn at the tribunale 5 years ago. The British Embassy produce an information note about the British custom of changing surname on marriage that might be helpful - in English and Italian. You'll find them here:
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/notarial...uide-for-italy
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Old Nov 23rd 2017, 7:12 pm   #34
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I apologize if my query sounded patronizing; nothing could be further from the truth!
It was because the VERY HELPFUL Italians we are liaising with were the ones who expressed surprise verging on disbelief, along the lines of, "Why would any woman want to give up her surname?".
Perhaps I also didn't make clear that England had "mislaid" this certificate! Yes, truly; "found" today!
We have indeed read all the instructions, and everything else is in order and in place.
Thank you.
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Old Nov 27th 2017, 8:55 am   #35
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Chris - For UK police certificate and birth certificate you have to combine all 3-4 pages of each into a single document - original + translation + apositille etc. I scanned the 4 pages for each document to pdf and then used a free internet application to merge the 4 pdf pages into a single document - then make sure the final document is less than 3 MB - if it is bigger use another free web app to reduce its size! Then you upload the final doc on page 22? of the website. You can only upload a single document under each heading
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Old Nov 27th 2017, 9:19 am   #36
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nick, what application did you use to combine the pdf files, my acrobate wont do it.
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Can't you just scan in sequence several pages? Maybe scanner has setting to prompt 'Another page?' and so on till finished.
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