International marriage regulation
Anglų analizė. International marriage regulation. Introduction. International marriage in different countries. International marriage in turkey. Rules for marrying a turkish citizen. Marriage procedure. When two foreign nationals marry in turkey. International marriage in the united states. Who may perform marriages abroad. Foreign laws and procedures. Marriage license. International marriage in japan. Family name. Certification as to the marriage. International marriage in russia. Legal subtleties of international marriage. Eu international marriages. Registration and regulation of marriage. Marriage between european and third countries. International marriage in italy. Family reunification. Length of procedures. Women’s independent right of residence. Regulations in cases of inner-familiar conflicts and divorces. Different regulations applying to women who marry. An immigrant and for those who marry an italian national. Recent and planned change legislation. International marriage in spain. Regulations in the national foreigners law. Family reunification. Third country national. Length of procedures. Women’s independent right of residence. Regulations in cases of inner-familiar conflicts. And divorces. Different regulations applied to women who marry into. Immigrant. International marriage in greece. The legal status of female married migrants from third countries. Regulations in the national foreigners’ law. Family reunification. Greek husband/eu husband. Length of procedures. Regulations in case of family conflict or divorce. Women’s independent right of residence. Various greek regulations applying to women who marry foreigners and. For those who marry nationals. International marriage in portugal. The legal status of female married migrants from third countries – national. Legal regulations. International marriage in france. The legal status of female married migrants from third countries. Regulations in the national foreigners’ law. Marriage with french citizens. Marriage with an eu citizen. Marriage with a non-eu citizen. Length of procedures. French citizenship. Regulations in cases of family conflict/divorce. Death of the husband. International marriage problems. International parents child. Statistical. Issue of the international married families. International divorce. Statistical. Conclusion. Literature.
A first distinction is made whether the marriage takes place in Italy or abroad; another refers to mixed marriages (between a foreign woman and an Italian or EU citizen) and intra-community marriages (between immigrants). In all cases, the migrant woman is granted a residence permit following the marriage. The type of residence permit and the rules to obtain it are related to the husband's legal status (Italian national, EU citizen, legally resident migrant from a third country). If a woman from a third country wants to marry an Italian man in Italy, she does not need special visa; generally, a tourist or other type of visa, such as an “awaiting marriage” visa is enough to legally enter Italy, although it is not mandatory: in fact, she can get married as a “clandestine”, and regularize her situation afterwards. The woman must present an identity document, her birth certificate and a no-objection to marriage certificate (nulla osta di matrimonio); she must be single or be legally divorced. With these documents, the prospective married couple go to the relevant municipal office to publish the marriage certificates. The Municipality publish them even if the migrant does not have a temporary residence permit (permesso di soggiorno), i.e. if she is a “clandestine”. After the marriage, the foreign citizen goes to the local police office (Questura) to request a long-term residence permit (carta di soggiorno). For the Italian citizenship, she must have been married to an Italian national for (at least) six months, have been living in Italy in cohabitation with him for (at least) six months also, and not
have committed a serious offence. Article 19, paragraph 2c states that a foreign woman cannot be expelled if she can demonstrate that she has lived together with her spouse.
Italian citizenship. She can apply for it at the local Prefecture (Prefettura), where the procedure will be fully explained and the required forms provided. The system is significantly different if a foreign woman married abroad with a third country national legally residing in Italy and plans to migrate to Italy. In this case, the non-EU national husband must meet two main requirements, together with the validity (for at least one year) of his residence permit (for employed work, autonomous work, study or religious purposes): lodgings in public residential housing (alloggi di edilizia residenziale pubblica) (art. 29,paragraph 3a);he must have an annual income (from a legal and regular occupation) that should not be less than the annual amount of the social welfare check (assegno sociale), i.e.about 4.000 euros (art. 29, paragraph 3b). Proofs of these should be presented to the local Municipality or the Local Social security. If the husband meets these requirements and obtains the certifications, including documents concerning the marital status authenticated by the Italian consular authorities,he should request a certificate of no-objection (nulla osta) (art. 29, paragraph 7) at the Unified Counter for Immigration at the Territorial Prefecture Office of the relevant Government (sportello unico per l'immigrazione presso la prefettura, ufficio territoriale del Governo competente). 90 days after his request , his wife can go to the Italian consulate or embassy in her country to ask for an entry visa (art. 29, paragraphs 8 and 9). Once in Italy, she must go to the local State Police Office (Questura) within 8 days of her