translation of documents into Italian

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melchiorrema
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translation of documents into Italian

Postby melchiorrema » 25 Feb 2011, 14:36

Hi,

I am a US citizen trying to get my Italian citizenship. I understand that the process is a long one. I will be in Italy for 2 months this summer and I was curious if there was anything I could do there to expedite the process, visit the Italian consulate? (I already have my Italian documents)

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Re: translation of documents into Italian

Postby jennabet » 25 Feb 2011, 23:56

There is no Italian consulate in Italy. The Consulates are in the USA. You would have to apply at the Comune where you have residency. If you don't have residency and are in Italy as a tourist, the Comune can't help you and will advise you to take your documents to the Italian Consulate in the USA that has jurisdiction for your state.

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Re: translation of documents into Italian

Postby ForzaItaliaPgh » 26 Feb 2011, 22:20

If you already have the documents from Italy there isn't a ton you can do to expedite things.

I am green with envy though, it's been to long since I last set foot in Italia.
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