How to apply for Dual Citizenship in Italy
Italian Dual Citizenship request can be easy with the help of our local researchers .
Dealing from abroad with Italian Public Administration to get the necessary documentation can be a real nightmare!
Many officers can’t speak English and usually they are quite busy to reply to the requests by mail.
Our local experts will contact directly offices in your ancestors’ towns/villages on your behalf and they will manage the whole communication. In this way you will overcome the unavoidable problems that the language difference can cause with the local bureaucracy (expecially in small villages).
What do you need to start?
Just give us the info you have about your ancestors (see the list below) and we will be back to you with a plan and a quote to get the certificates you need to go on with your request of Italian Dual Citizenship.
How long it will take?
We understand that time can be an issue in many requests.
Usually it takes around 3 weeks/one month to get the requested documents to apply for Dual Citizenship request in Italy. In any case, please remember that dealing with public administration bureaucracy could take more time expecially in small villages.
How much will it cost ?
At Italian Side we are always ready to study for free your cases and your requests.
After a first evaluation, we will prepare for you a research plan and a quote to get the necessary documents for your application.
Our quote will be inclusive of shipment cost by international registered mail.
Please remember: as more exact are the starting info you have (see the list below), as more effective (and cheap) will be the research
How to start?
To ask for a quote, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- list of documents you need
- the info you have about your italian ancestor(s) with:
– your ancestor(s) full name(s),
– his/her birthplace (or the province or region if you are not sure of the exact village)
– his/her birthdate (or birth year or a range of years)
Useful link : Ministry of the Interior – Italy