RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Consulate General in Milan has released a booklet to guide people wanting to travel to Italy to get dual citizenship.
The document was developed in partnership with the Italian-Brazilian cultural association Amazonas and is a guidebook to help Brazilians prevent any problems with the Italian authorities when seeking to have their citizenship officially acknowledged.
In recent years, the Italian police have initiated a series of operations against irregularities in jus sanguinis (blood law) citizenship cases.
In February 2018, the municipality of Ospedaletto Lodigiano, in Lombardy, canceled the citizenship of over a thousand Brazilians . . .