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Do you have Italian ancestry? Start the exciting journey towards your EU passport with us, your personal Italian dual citizenship experts.
How do I become an Italian citizen?
There are three ways you can become an Italian citizen.
- Through marriage. If you marry an Italian citizen (or a person who is eligible), you too are entitled to citizenship.
- Through ancestry. If you are of qualifying Italian descent, you can seek recognition of your own Italian dual citizenship.
- Through naturalization. If you are of Italian descent but don’t meet the requirements, you can live in Italy and naturalize as a citizen after a certain period of time.
Why use Get Italian Citizenship, Inc.?
We are one of the oldest and most experienced professional Italian dual citizenship companies in the United States. Since 2005, we’ve helped Italian citizenship clients from the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, Argentina, and beyond. With offices in both the United States and Italy, staffed by experienced client service advocates, genealogists, translators, and attorneys, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with accurate advice, payment plans, and the expertise they need. Most of all, we are patient, tenacious, and diplomatic in dealing with Italian government officials, archival institutions, and family members.
Getting your Italian dual citizenship confirmed can sound easy, so it may seem initially cheaper to lodge the application yourself, but consider that:
- you will have to navigate your way, in Italian, through Italian laws, regulations and bureaucracy
- you may not know all the information necessary to find out if you’re eligible, and thus could require professional assistance
- you are expected to cover notarial fees, apostilles, document fees, certified translations and other out of pocket expenses
- you start the process without having any idea on what the final cost is going to be
Free assessment of your case – with no obligation on your part
- assess your situation completely free of charge before starting the process;
- discuss your family’s background and examine the documents you already have to see whether you meet the eligibility requirements;
- inform you of your chances of success in advance