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Thanks for contacting us! We’ll get back to you as soon as we can. In the meantime, please see below for more information about getting Italian citizenship and using our services.
If you’re not sure if you qualify, we have a fairly comprehensive blog post here to help you figure it out.
If you are eligible you already are an Italian citizen. By filing your application, you are seeking formal recognition from the Italian government of a status (citizenship) you already hold. Should you have any questions about qualifying, please feel free to let us know.
We offer a number of comprehensive services for those seeking Italian dual citizenship.
- Full service: If you are applying through the Italian consulate and want us to put together all the documents you need from A to Z. All you need to do is fill in a few forms, attend your appointment, hand in the documents we provide for you, and pay the consular fee.
- Apply in Italy: If you want to skip the consular waits and go directly to Italy. You apply here in Turin with us. We assist you on the ground from start to finish. Can include a full document suite if requested (or you can provide your own).
- 1948 cases: If you descend from an Italian woman who had her child before January 1, 1948, you must file in court. We offer full service options for this as well.
- Application assistance: Want professional assistance but feel you can handle a portion of the application on your own? This is the best option for you. We provide translations and Italian records, and give you the correct forms you need to obtain all other U.S. records and certifications.
- Final checks before your appointment: If you have already gathered everything and want us to go over what you have before the big day, we can do this as well for a one-time flat fee.
We offer generous family discounts for family members applying together, so be sure to ask about those!
Please understand that we do not work for the Italian government and cannot guarantee processing times. Timeframes vary depending on a number of factors such as consular workload, time needed to obtain documents, etc. Once your application is filed, the Italian government has up to 24 months to process it.