The most common surnames in Italian Tuscany that can facilitate the process of Italian citizenship

The most common surnames in Italian Tuscany that can facilitate the process of Italian citizenship

He Government of Italy indicated what are the most common surnames in the region of Tuscany. This section of the European country was formed in the center of its territory, with its capital in Florence. The Argentines who inherited these surnames could access Italian citizenship with greater flexibility of international organizations.

How to obtain Italian citizenship as an Argentine

There are nine Italian consulates throughout the country but the process must be initiated at the headquarters that corresponds to the location of the applicant. In the case of lineage of Italian descent, there is no generational limit but there must be a direct line. In these cases, yesand needs present the following documentation of the ancestor born in Italy:

  • Birth certificate issued by the Italian Commune in which you were born, with complete affiliation information.
  • Marriage certificate.
  • Death certificate (if applicable).
  • Certificate from the National Electoral Chamber (to verify whether Argentine was naturalized or not).

At once, The following documentation must be presented by the applicant:

  • Original birth certificate.
  • Application for recognition of Italian citizenship.
  • Valid ID.
  • Proof of residence.
  • Birth, marriage and/or death certificate of each non-Italian ancestor.
  • Original marriage certificate or legalized divorce decree, both depend on the case of each individual.
  • Birth certificate of children under 18 years of age.

The common surnames of Italian Tuscany that can facilitate your citizenship

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The Italian State detailed that the most common characteristics of this region is that the surnames are short and are related to given names such as paoli (Paolo), Pieri (Piero) and Salvadori (Salvatore).

Tuscan surnames are usually two syllables: Landi (Roland), baldi (Ugobaldo), Gori (Gregory), Bacci (Bernard), pucci (Filippo), Neri (Rainero), Cioni (Baldiccione or Ugoccione), Pacini (Buonapace), Berti (Adalberto), Bini (Albino or Begnamino), Dini (Guido, Aldo, Corrado), Vanni, Vannini and Vannucci (Giovanni), Date (Donato), Bonci (Barone), Betti (Benedetto), Borsi and corsi (Bonaccorso), Benny (Bencivenni).

There are also surnames that refer to the families’ professions, places of origin or titles of nobility: Conti (“count”), Fabbri and Ferrari (“blacksmith”), Barbieri (“Barber”), Baroni (“baron”), Sarti (“tailor”), Mugnai and Mugnaini (“miller”), Magnani, Mancini, Cappelli and Cappellini (“hat”), Grassi (“fat”), Biondi (“blond”), Martelli, Ciampi, Lombardi, Pratesi.

Source: Ambito

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