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How to get dual and multiple citizenship in Italy

January 24, 2024|10:34 |E 46

Italy is one of the most prominent tourist destinations, attracting people from all over the planet — but what if we told you there are several ways to stay there indefinitely?

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In 1992, Italy recognised dual citizenship, meaning that foreigners could obtain a second passport if the country of their first nationality also allowed it.

Settling down in Italy could be a good lifestyle, but one of the strongest passports in the world gives its holders a lot more benefits alongside a chance to enjoy a fine Prosecco on the seashore.

Stay tuned to learn everything there is to know about citizenship in Italy.

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Lyle Julien

Material prepared by Lyle Julien, Investment programs expert

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