About UsLara Olivetti
We with you to obtain justice in citizenship issues before the Italian courts in Rome. The lawyers in charge are me, Salvatore Fachile and Giulia Crescini.
For our Brazilian clients, we have set up a very convenient service for preparing the necessary paperwork and obtaining the legalizations required by the through our trusted partner Elton Stolf.
Our clients from the US have the additional opportunity to obtain genealogy and records research through our trusted partner Ms. Anna L. Andrews.
I was born in Desenzano del Garda (Italy) and graduated in International Law at the University of Trento (Italy). I studied EU law, comparative and immigration law in Brussels (Belgium), Strasbourg (France), Maastricht, Rotterdam and Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
In my 20+ years work experience in immigration and citizenship issues, I
- served in a public immigration office in Italy for six years
- practiced as an Italian lawyer in Italy, The Netherlands and Sweden
- worked with Save the Children program in Italy and Europe promoting children’s rights in administrative and judicial procedures
- worked with networks of Italian emigrants in the world, among which Trentini nel Mondo on dual citizenship programs
- worked with the European Commission (European Union, Brussels) as an external expert for the evaluations of applications and administration of the European Funds for Civil Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, European Refugee Fund, European Fund for the integration of Third-Country Nationals
- developed educational programs on citizenship and mobility law in Europe
- worked with the Italian National Association of Immigration Lawyers ASGI since 1999, the first national association of immigration law academics and practitioners advocating immigrants and asylum rights in Italy
Salvatore comes from Sicily (Catania) and is a well-known Italian lawyer with 20+ years experience in litigating cases of human rights and anti-discrimination law, as well as cases involving Italian citizenship and freedom of movement. His impressive work includes strategic litigation: several milestone cases which set fundamental precedents in anti-discrimination and immigration law in Italy.
Besides litigating cases in the Court of Rome, Salvatore trains hundreds of lawyers each year and actively participates in the political processes to better the Italian and European policies on freedom of movement and the right to asylum, together with the Italian National Association of Immigration Lawyers ASGI.
Giulia comes from the region of Marche (Ancona). She worked extensively in the field of the right to international protection and the rights of minorities. She specialized in the right to asylum, in children’s rights and in anti-discrimination cases with the Italian public administration.
As an Italian lawyer and consultant, Giulia performs research and fieldwork in areas affected by European and Italian policies for the readmission of foreign citizens and border control, in Italy and outside.
Elton is a Brazilian lawyer specialised in international legal studies in Padua and Trento (Italy), and at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil) where he teaches International law. His practice is located in Joinville (SC, Brazil) and serves thousands individuals and families of Italian origin by offering convenient rates on agreement with professional translators and notary public.
Elton has a long experience in advocating the rights of Italian emigrants in Brazil. He spearheaded the Youth movement of Italian (Trentino) emigrants and currently serves as the legal representative of Italian local government of Trentino in Brazil (Consultore della Provincia Autonoma di Trento).
After a long career as an American immigration lawyer, nowadays Anna focuses today on providing genealogical, immigration history and vital records research and document services for U.S. citizens making applications for a second citizenship. Anna is herself of Italian descent from the province of Trentino and she obtained her Italian citizenship.
Anna established her practice in New York City, the heart of the immigrant identity of the U.S. and where many U.S. ancestor records are archived. Valuable records resources include the regional National Archives here, as well as all the courthouses, and civic, religious and institutional archives throughout the boroughs, often in dusty attics and basements. Many important documents for citizenship cannot be found digitally.
Anna enjoys locating hard-to-find records that resolve ambiguity around blood relationships, immigration & naturalization timelines, and frequent name discrepancies. We locate and obtain records, and also obtain necessary translations, certifications, and Apostille for submission to foreign governments.
Find Anna at this web page https://usdualcitizens.com/
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