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Brexit, the ups and downs of 95enne the Italian: live in London 68 years, but has to prove his residence
the LONDON. Is the latest in a long line. The republic has told several lately, from the incredible story of Anna Amato (who lives in Bristol, from when he was a year) to that of the 101enne John Palmiero: all, despite their age, despite being in the rule and in spite of many decades lived in the United Kingdom, have encountered some problems in getting recognition for the permanence of the channel and their rights by Italian citizens and european post-Brexit.

Now the Guardian, having taken up the story of Palmiero, tells another: Antonio Finelli, Italian 95 years old, lives in England since 1952, when she arrived at the port of Folkestone as the immigrant to rebuild the Country after the destruction of the second world war. Finelli has made application to the “Settlement Status”, that is, the recording platform for the european citizens to retain their right of residence in the United Kingdom when it comes out by the Eu. But in spite of 68 years in the Uk and 32 of the pension received from the State for british, to the local authority all this was not enough and, therefore, they asked for more documents to prove his long stay in england. Which luckily was enough: this morning, in fact, Finelli received his “Settlement Status” and, therefore, all his rights were recognized, as in the vast majority of the questions of european citizens.

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