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No-deal or new-deal – the effect on applications for Italian citizenship

Posted by on Aug 7, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES

Further to our May article ‘No Deal’ Italian Law Effect on Italian Citizenship Applications, we remind our British citizen clients that if they intend to apply for Italian citizenship it is advisable that they  lodge their application before 31st October. With new UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying in his first speech as Prime Minister that the UK...

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Captain Carola Rackete and the migrant crisis

Posted by on Jul 29, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES

Carola Rackete, a sea captain who works for the German sea rescue organisation ‘Sea Watch’ was arrested on 29th June for docking a migrant ship without authorisation from officials at the port of Lampedusa, and for ramming into and allegedly attempting to sink an Italian Guardia di Finanza patrol boat. On 12th June, Rackete had taken on board 53...

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Oliver & Partners move to new office

Posted by on Jul 11, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES

Oliver & Partners are moving office! From 2nd September 2019 our new address will be: Studio Legale e Tributario, Piazza Capranica 78, (3rd Floor) Rome 00186 ITALY Tel: + 39 06 69190603 or + 39 06 3614115 Email: legal@oliverpartners.it The  office is located in the centro storico between the Pantheon and the Italian Parliament. There is little...

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Claims to Italian citizenship through maternal line

Posted by on Jul 6, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES

Descendants of female Italian citizens who left Italy in the late 19th century and the early part of the 20th century have been hampered in their quest for an Italian passport by the 1912 law on Italian citizenship.  The Italian Law (Legge no. 555 of 1912) provided that an Italian woman would automatically lose her Italian citizenship either on marriage to...

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Freedom of movement to establish a business in the EU

Posted by on May 19, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES

Please follow this link to read the article in Italian Within TFUE, articles from 49 to 54 refer to the right of establishment recognised to companies and firms, which means the right to move to another member State of UE in order to practice an employment or an activity. About it, art. 49 TFUE provides as follows: “Within the framework of the provisions...

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100 years of women in law

Posted by on May 19, 2019 in LEGAL UPDATES

  Oliver & Partners is an all-women law firm, and we are proud to be  celebrating the 100th anniversary of the year that female lawyers were first entitled to practise in the United Kingdom, in all levels and positions of the legal system.  In Italy, however, this year is only a part-celebration as it is the centenary since women can practice as...

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