Ciao a tutti:
Roots in the Boot is looking for an Italian Dual Citizenship Specialist.
If you're interested and feel like you're a good match, please send a cover letter explaining why you think you're a good fit (subject line: Italian DC Job) to:
Here's some info about the position:
Assist with Italian dual citizenship clients as needed. Responsibilities may include: acquiring official copies of US records needed to apply for Italian dual citizenship, acquiring apostilles, ordering corrected records, etc.
-- Minimum 2-3 years of experience acquiring 20th century US records, preferably from a variety of US city/county/state/national repositories (primarily birth, marriage, death, and naturalization records)
-- Knowledge of each step of the process of acquiring Italian dual citizenship
-- Ability to figure out where the records needed are housed and how to order them
-- Attention to detail: does the name say “Triolo” with an “o” or “Triola” with an “a”?
Not required but strongly preferred
Familiarity with Italian & Italian American culture, particularly with things like: Italian names and spellings, Italian naming traditions, common nicknames for Italian names or Anglicized versions of Italian names
About Roots in the Boot
We're a professional Italian heritage business based in Las Vegas, Nevada, with researchers in Salt Lake City and team members across the US and Italy.
Over 25 million Italians have emigrated between 1861 and 1960 with a migration boom between 1871 and 1915 when over 13,5 million emigrants left the country for European and overseas destinations.
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