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  1. Andy Zarick says

    I believe that the “1948 Rule” states that a woman cannot pass citizenship to any children born prior to 1948. The rule is based on when the child was born not when the woman was born. In my case, my mother was born in 1928 but was able to pass citizenship to me as I was born 1956.

    • Laura Lee Digging up Roots in says

      Andy Zarick, you are absolutely correct! Thank you for catching my mistake and clarifying it for everyone here. Have you had your Italian citizenship recognized?

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