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Old 21st June 2015, 11:26 PM
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Thanks heaps, just trying to dig up the information.

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so this is how it is;

My mothers side - Nonno came to Australia in 1950 married my Nonna in 1963 and had my mother in 1964. my Nonno became a Australian citizen between 1950-1963 don't know exact date..

My Nonna however still has her Italian passport & citizenship for Italy.

does this make thing easier for me??

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My Nonna however still has her Italian passport & citizenship for Italy.
From what you know so far, the possibility for you to claim Italian citizenship by descent hangs on the fact whether your nonna held Italian citizenship when your mother was born (1964).

This could have happened either because:
a) She never naturalized herself as an Australian citizen;
b) She did acquire Australian citizenship before marrying your nonno, but since he had not yet acquired Australian citizenship at the time of their marriage, she did re-acquire her Italian citizenship automatically.

In order to find out how things went, you will have to obtain the following documents:

1. A "Copia integrale dell'atto di nascita" (certified copy of birth registration) of both your maternal grandparents. That will show also their wedding dates, and if (and when) did they lose or reacquire their citizenship;

2. A copy of your nonno's naturalization record;

3. Your mother's birth certificate, and her marriage certificate

4. Your own birth certificate.

Once you got hold of these papers, send a copy of each of them to your local Italian consulate, together with a letter with which you ask for instructions on how to apply for "Riconoscimento della cittadinanza italiana per discendenza". Eventually check their website to download the application form and inquire whether they will require that all the documents have to be legalised with "Apostille" and attached with a certified translation in Italian.

Good luck!

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To net it out, though, assuming the facts are as you state -- and with either of Arturo.c's variations -- you qualify for Italian citizenship recognition and can pursue an application for recognition with your local Italian consulate. Your mother can as well if she's alive and wishes to.

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So I’m still looking into this. It’s been a tough 5 years time to leave this country.

Can anyone confirm a few things for me please?

My original birth certificate name says Eugenio Daniel Benivento recently my dad change my birth certificate without my approval and it now says Daniel Benivento.

Is this going to effect my possibilities of getting an Italian passport?

Thanks in advance

Just lots of family problems and have ended up basically homeless and my father changing my name like it’s a deck of cards

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Old 21st October 2018, 10:34 AM
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This is proof of my name.

I’ve been going thrown in and out of hospitals by my family for the past 5 years
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Now the hospitals (well births deaths and whatever) have changed it to the attached. Is this legal?
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If someone can point me to a legal aid or something I don’t mind paying for help

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I don’t have my original birth certificate as my father has taken it and taken my birth name off it...

Now I have a peice of paper saying Daniel Benivento only

But I have proof from the hospital??

What a nightmare

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Your father can't change your birth certificate.

If you're a minor I guess they could seek a name change for you but the birth certificate is issued by the government office. You should be able to apply for a new one.

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