Would you like to become an Italian citizen?
If you are an American citizen whose parent, grandparent or great-grandfather was an Italian citizen, you may be eligible for dual citizenship with Italy by “Right of Blood for People of Italian Descent.” Spouses of Italian citizens are also eligible to apply for dual citizenship.
What are the benefits of Italian citizenship?
- To be able to legally work, reside and study in Italy and in the other 28 E.U. countries (U.K., France, Germany, Holland, etc.)
- Unrestricted ability to buy property in Italy and complete all economic transactions
- To be able to transfer citizenship to all children under 18 years old automatically
- Access to public medical care and low cost, high-quality public education
- To have the right to vote for the Italian Parliament representative in your region
- To establish a firm identity with your Italian heritage
- Serving in the military is no longer required of citizens
Services you can trust
If you are in the process of applying for Italian Citizenship, the most important choice when selecting a service is finding a program with knowledge of the Dual Citizenship Process. We connect you with experts to obtain U.S. naturalization records and Italian vital records and Sentieri offers professional translation services. Let us help you complete your Italian Citizenship Application with ease and accuracy at affordable rates.
Top-quality services provided by Sentieri and its partners
- Professional Translation of all U.S. Records
- Information regarding the Eligibility Requirements
- Procurement of Italian Vital Records
- Obtain U.S. Naturalization Records or Statements of “No-Record” from USCIS
- U.S. Vital Record and Apostille Services
Find out if you’re eligible for Italian citizenship by contacting Sentieri’s affiliate the “Italian Citizenship Assistance” or “ICA.”
Find out more about our genealogy services on our site at www.sentieri.com/italian_roots