Documents for Italian Dual Citizenship
Italian documents for Italian dual citizenship applications
Our staff located throughout Italy and the United States is able to make requests for the certificates you need to obtain Italian dual citizenship. Simply provide us with your ancestor's name, date of birth, place of birth, and at least one of his or her parent's names and we'll be able to obtain the necessary documentation.
If you do not have access to or do not know the necessary information, simply contact us for tips on how to obtain it. Alternatively, you can hire one of our genealogists to track down the needed information and then obtain the document(s) on your behalf.
In many cases, our staff can go directly to the comune of your ancestor's birth, marriage or death and obtain the documentation right away without delay. We have found this to be an excellent service for clients seeking documentation as soon as possible.
Get Italian Citizenship can obtain the following documents: Italian birth records, Italian marriage records, Italian death records, certificates of citizenship, and "stato di famiglia" documents.
American documents for Italian dual citizenship applications
With locations in both the United States and Italy, we're able to handle requests from clients seeking both Italian and American documents for Italian dual citizenship. Our diligent team of experts can obtain American birth, marriage, death and naturalization certificates on your behalf from any state.
In some cases, we may be able to obtain documents as a walk-in service (only available for documents from New York City). In addition, we can obtain apostilles for New York City documents as a same-day service.
Simply contact us and we will provide you with a handy information sheet to fill out regarding the name, date of birth, place of birth, and parents of the person whose certificate is needed. Then, provide us with the necessary written authorizations and we will get to work on obtaining documents on your behalf.
Please note: Certain states such as New York (not including the 5 boroughs of New York City) may require court orders to release records.