Do I qualify for Italian dual citizenship Australia?

A: If you became an Australian citizen before 16/08/1992, even if you were included in your parents’ naturalization certificate, you automatically lost your Italian citizenship. Current Italian citizenship laws (entered into force on the 16th of August 1992) allow dual citizenship.

Who is eligible for dual Italian citizenship?

What qualifies you for dual citizenship? If you have an Italian parent, grandparent, or great grandparent, you might qualify for dual citizenship. However, your Italian ancestor must not have renounced their right to Italian citizenship and certain restrictions apply to female ancestors in particular.

Can I get my Italian citizenship back?

If you have lost your Italian citizenship as a result of becoming a citizen of another country (before August 16th 1992) you may now regain it in two different modalities: After one year of residency in Italy, unless they renounced.

How does dual citizenship work in Australia?

Australia permits ‘citizenship of two or more countries’, providing it’s legal according to all the relevant parties. So if you’re already a dual national of two other countries, and then you settle in Australia, you could eventually gain Australian citizenship and become a triple national.

Can Australian citizens have dual citizenship?

Can I have dual citizenship in Australia? You can, yes. But only if the other country also permits dual citizenship – it has to work both ways. You’ll also need to be eligible for Australian citizenship.

What counts as renouncing Italian citizenship?

Therefore, if your Italian born parent, grandparent, great grand parent or great great grand parent naturalized as a citizen of another country between June 14, 1912 and August 15, 1992 voluntarily would have renounced their Italian citizenship and would be ineligible to pass it on to their future generations by the …