In the last ten years 650,000 children have been born in Italy from non-Italian parents. When including those who were born outside Italy, but entered the country when they were still children, the number is higher. They consider Italy as their home, but they are not citizens by birth. Obtaining citizenship means a long and expensive bureaucratic process, which is often not successful.
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