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Full Service Italian Dual Citizenship Packages

Seeking a full service Italian dual citizenship package? Look no further. Hire us to do all the hard work for you while you sit back and live la dolce vita.

We know that each family situation–and each story–is unique. That’s why our full service Italian dual citizenship offerings are tailor-made to fit your needs.

Professionally Compiled

Professionally Compiled

Sometimes it can be hard to figure out on your own exactly what you’ll need for a full application. So, trust us–the pros–to handle your application! We’ll get everything you need, straight from the correct sources and in the right formats so you can rest easy.

Volume Discounts

Volume Discounts

Do you have family members wanting to get Italian dual citizenship, too? Then let them join in! We offer advantageous family discounts on all Italian citizenship applications, especially if you apply at the same consulate, together in Italy, or within the same court case.

Full Service Italian Dual Citizenship – How It Works

When you want to apply for Italian dual citizenship but don’t want to do any of the work, this service is for you.

With our full service Italian dual citizenship packages, we take care of everything for you from start to finish.

Simply get in touch, fill out our forms, and we’ll take over the reigns. Then, we’ll obtain all your documents, do all your translations, and get all of your legalizations.

Therefore, when your appointment comes you’ll be confident knowing you have everything you need.

Note: only the applicant can go to the consular appointment. Even though we’d love to, we can’t go to your appointment on your behalf!

Your own professionally compiled application

We’ll prepare everything to your consulate’s specifications. Please note, however, that your consulate reserves the right to require further documentation such as court orders to correct name discrepancies in your documents. In these cases, we’re happy to offer such services for a separate fee.

What's Included

For Your Italian-Born Ancestor:

  • Birth certificate from Italy (“estratto dell’atto di nascita”)
  • Marriage certificate from Italy (“estratto dell’atto di matrimonio”) or abroad
  • Divorce certificate, if applicable
  • Death certificate
  • Naturalization records

For the Generations between You and Your Italian-Born Ancestor

  • Birth certificates
  • Marriage certificates
  • Divorce certificates, if applicable
  • Death certificates

For You

  • Birth certificate
  • Marriage certificate
  • Divorce certificate, if applicable
  • Birth certificates for your children under 18, if applicable

Translations

  • We’ll translate all of your non-Italian documents into Italian
  • Prepared by a certified, professional Italian translator
  • Formatted to look exactly like the originals

Legalizations

  • Apostilles (legalizations) for your non-Italian documents to make them legal for use in Italy

Please note: we include only one (1) marriage and one (1) divorce record per generation. We bill for each marriage and divorce record after the first at an a la carte rate.

If you have discrepancies on your documents, we can provide the following:

  • Court Orders of One and the Same Person: this rectifies all discrepancies across your entire document suite at once.
  • Amendments: depending on the state law, we can have your record amended. Some states will issue a new document with the amended information, while others will correct it on the document itself, or issue an “aka” on the document.
  • Positivo/Negativo: obtained from Italy, this document can be helpful in clarifying your Italian-born ancestor’s actual name.
  • Affidavits and self-certifications: for when discrepancies regard a living ancestor.

There are no hidden costs for shipping and handling. We include mailing of your records in a secure, priority envelope right to your home. You may also pick up your documents at our New York or Turin locations.

Cost

If applying for citizenship through an Italian parent, the fee is $3,750.*

Fees include all documents and services specified above plus shipping and handling.

Fees do not include any amendments, court orders, or other extra documents needed after a full set of vital records is obtained. These are ancillary services that only some clients need if they have unclear documentation, serious name or date discrepancies, or are told to obtain further documentation by the consulate. We will not charge you for any extras until we’ve discussed any potential issues in your application plus ways to remedy them.

* There may be a surcharge if you have documents from any country that is not signatory to the Apostille Convention. There may also be a surcharge if we must obtain a naturalization record released less than 100 years ago to a non-deceased individual. 

If applying for citizenship through an Italian grandparent, the fee is $5,500*.

Fees include all documents and services specified above plus shipping and handling.

Fees do not include any amendments, court orders, or other extra documents needed after a full set of vital records is obtained. These are ancillary services that only some clients need if they have unclear documentation, serious name or date discrepancies, or are told to obtain further documentation by the consulate. We will not charge you for any extras until we’ve discussed any potential issues in your application plus ways to remedy them.

* There may be a surcharge if you have documents from any country that is not signatory to the Apostille Convention. There may also be a surcharge if we must obtain a naturalization record released less than 100 years ago to a non-deceased individual. 

If applying for citizenship through an Italian great grandparent, the fee is $7,500*.

Fees include all documents and services specified above plus shipping and handling.

Fees do not include any amendments, court orders, or other extra documents needed after a full set of vital records is obtained. These are ancillary services that only some clients need if they have unclear documentation, serious name or date discrepancies, or are told to obtain further documentation by the consulate. We will not charge you for any extras until we’ve discussed any potential issues in your application plus ways to remedy them.

* There may be a surcharge if you have documents from any country that is not signatory to the Apostille Convention. There may also be a surcharge if we must obtain a naturalization record released less than 100 years ago to a non-deceased individual. 

If applying for citizenship through an Italian great great grandparent, the fee is $8,500*.

Fees include all documents and services specified above plus shipping and handling.

Fees do not include any amendments, court orders, or other extra documents needed after a full set of vital records is obtained. These are ancillary services that only some clients need if they have unclear documentation, serious name or date discrepancies, or are told to obtain further documentation by the consulate. We will not charge you for any extras until we’ve discussed any potential issues in your application plus ways to remedy them.

* There may be a surcharge if you have documents from any country that is not signatory to the Apostille Convention. There may also be a surcharge if we must obtain a naturalization record released less than 100 years ago to a non-deceased individual. 

We are happy to offer generous family discounts for siblings, cousins, parents and adult children, or other relatives applying together.

  • If you have siblings or family members who are sharing your qualifying ancestor and are going back one generation (e.g. mom or dad was an Italian citizen), the fee is $1,500 per extra set of documents. The extra set will come with all translations and legalizations.
  • If you have family members sharing your qualifying ancestor and are going back two generations (e.g. you have a common ancestor that is a grandparent), the fee is $2,500 per extra set of documents. The extra set will come with all translations and legalizations.
  • If you have family members sharing your qualifying ancestor and are going back three generations (e.g. you have a common ancestor that is a great-grandparent), the fee is $3,000 per extra set of documents. The extra set will come with all translations and legalizations.
  • If you have family members sharing your qualifying ancestor and are going back four generations (e.g. you have a common ancestor that is a great-great grandparent), the fee is $3,250 per extra set of documents. The extra set will come with all translations and legalizations.
  • If your consulate allows you to share common documents and only add the relevant documents regarding the applicant, we will assess an a la carte fee of $100 per certificate, $70 per legalization, and $65 per page of translation.
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