4 requirements for Portuguese nationality by Sephardic
A frequent question for anyone who wants to apply for Portuguese nationality by the Sephardim is about the necessary requirements. Contrary to what some people still believe, it takes more than having Sephardic surnames or Jewish customs in the family, for example. We made a list with 4 main requirements for those who want to win the red passport:
1. Identify the Sephardic ancestor with documents
This is undoubtedly the first requirement: know who your Sephardic ancestor is and document all generations up to him or her. Start at home, with information from your parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. One tip that can help is to answer this genealogical form. Through it, a team of historians and genealogists will tell you if your process is viable. Best of all, there are no costs.
2. You must be of legal age
Only people aged 18 or over they can apply for Portuguese nationality by Sephardim. You may ask yourself: “But what about my underage children, are they not entitled? "
Yes, underage children are entitled, but must wait for the father or mother to complete the process before filing the application as a child of a Portuguese citizen. In other words, it is a different process, in which you will have to meet some requirements demanded by the Portuguese government.
3. Certification by an authorized Israeli community
The Portuguese government determined that only two Israeli communities can analyze the genealogical study of the candidate for this type of nationality. They are the Israeli Community of Lisbon (CIL) and the Israeli Community of Porto (CIP). In possession of this document, it is possible to file the application itself with the Conservatory, the civil registration body in Portugal.
4. Criminal background
It is necessary that the candidate for Portuguese nationality by the Sephardim has not been sentenced to 3 years or more in all countries where you have lived since you were 16 years old.
After meeting all these requirements, it is time to collect some more personal documents and file the application with the Conservatory. The whole process takes an average of 2 years.
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