Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the process normally take?

The different pieces of the process definitely vary depending on consulate avaiability, communication times at international comunes, and document procurement. With the tips we’ve learned along the way, we are confident that we can cut some of your waiting time in HALF! For your planning purposes, we recommend expecting anywhere between 2-5 years, start to finish. The sooner we start, the sooner we’ll see the finish line. We’re in it with you for the long haul!

I’d like to have this done for my whole family. Does the time and cost change much?

It’s so rewarding to see our clients with a brand new Italian passport. And so much moreso when their children and spouses are able to acquire the same thing. The current legislature in place makes it very possible to pursue this. The timing isn’t nearly as long once someone in the family is a citizen. And we make add-on packages affordable. Let’s make Italian Dual Citizenship happen for your whole family!

How much should I expect to pay?

Part of the reason this initative was started was because of the unnecessary costs and high quotes associated with some other companies (Often in the 6k-10k range). And while some of that is the cost of documentation retrieval, the majority is the cost of having a coach. The using of a consulting service can make or break your journey, but we’re happy to say that our all-inclusive package is between $3k-4k. That estimate includes documentation, consulting, shipping, and training. Only wild circumstances could incur additional fees, but we avoid that at all cost. (For instance, more generations removed often require more international investigation and documentation.) If we can cut the competitors’ prices in half, and provide you fast and more personal service, why not start today?

I only need assistance with a couple of things. Are you able to help me?

It would be our pleasure to assist you in any way that we can. Shoot us an email, and we’ll respond back to you soon.

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