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Codice Fiscale Dilemma?

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Planningforit
4/3/2019 11:54 EST

How many have run into problems with the Codice Fiscale being in the maiden name when all other identifying documentation is not? Does it cause a problem when opening a bank acct - such as with Unicredit, purchasing a property, or getting utilities? I've seen a few people state it was a problem. I'm trying to prevent any issue but the US Consulate will not change the one I have or issue me a new one.

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Sergios
4/3/2019 12:12 EST

My wife used a hyphenated name, hers and mine. The only problems that caused is raised eyebrows.

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codybrandy
4/3/2019 12:13 EST

My Boston consulate insisted mine be in my maiden name...argh. It didn't cause a problem for years..I opened a checking acct, bought items, bought an apartment and used it many times with no problems. Until I went to get my Italian driver's license...then it HAD to match my passport. It was annoying but an easy fix. I went (with help of an Italian friend for language reasons) to the Agencia della Entrate in my region (you can ask where to go at your nearby Questura) and they took the old one, issued me a new number with my married/passport name and then I took that new doc. to my bank and they changed the info, then took the doc. to the health dept (where you apply for ins) and they changed my name and #'s. Didn't cost anything but time and a bit of running around. By the way, they do not give you a new card at the Entrate..just a sheet of paper with the new name and #. When you receive your new Sanitaria/health ins card it will have your new # and now your married name on it and that is what you show when asked for your Codice Fiscale. When I applied for my renewal of my PdiS...the codice # was going to be different from the last time...so I inserted a paper explaining the change and a copy of the Entrate document changing the name and #. So, go ahead and accept the codice that they give you...you can change it later if and when need arises. Hope that helps.

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