What has changed
Implemented on March 29, 2017, and effective immediately, Permanent Residence (with no expiration date) for minors now requires approval from only one (1) parent. Previously, provided that the minor had a double parental bond, both parents’ consent was required.
Who is affected?
- All clients who are applying for a Permanent Residence with/for their children
What to expect
This new regulation (Disposition No. 1489/2017) is based on a new interpretation of the Civil and Commercial Code (“CCCN”), which amends what previously stated by Disposition No. 4880/2015. The simplification will allow for a more streamlined process for the documentation of minors.
What you need to do Planning ahead
- Emigra can provide templates of the authorization letter to be signed by one (1) of the parents and coordinate necessary appointments at the Immigration Office.
- Contact your Emigra Worldwide representative for further details on how these updates may impact you or your client.