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I was born in the UK to Italian immigrant parents and held an Italian passport until my mid-twenties. At this point I decided to get a British passport. The Italian passport expired and I never bothered to renew it as I didn't think I would need two separate passports for the European Union. With Brexit looming, I am now wondering if I can renew the Italian passport and also obtain one for my UK born children? My husband is English. How do I go about obtaining a new Italian passport after such a long gap? I've been married since my Italian passport expired so don't even have the same name.

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    As long as you haven't renounced citizenship, you can renew your passport. However this is not a travel question so is likely to be closed. – Berwyn Jun 28 '16 at 13:47
  • You'll get better answers at expats.stackexchange.com – Burhan Khalid Jun 28 '16 at 13:52
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    Relax, the actual Brexit is at least two years from now – Crazydre Jun 28 '16 at 13:59
  • @Crazydre two years is the timeline for a unilateral exit. If there is an agreement it can happen sooner. – Peter Green Jun 28 '16 at 22:40
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As Long as you can still prove you're an Italian citizen (for which purpose an expired Italian passport surely helps), you're perfectly eligible for an Italian passport and ID card

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