Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

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Paula7928
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Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

Postby Paula7928 » 03 Jan 2016, 23:40

Can others who have filed for dual Italian citizenship please let me know how much they paid for the translations and who they used? I put in a request for quote to Rev. They responded quickly with a price of $351 for:

3 US birth Certificates
2 US marriage license
1 US death certificate
1 USCIS letter of no record found

Also they said they would have it complete in 4 days.

Thanks for everyones input.

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Re: Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

Postby JamesM » 04 Jan 2016, 00:44

On fiverr.com there is a gentleman who goes by lastfuelstation.
I believe he charges $5 per normal one page document.

He has done 4 translations for me and they were perfect.

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Re: Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

Postby Paula7928 » 05 Jan 2016, 06:09

Thanks JamesM. Do you know if the person on fiverr is certified with the Italian consulate? Did you use the actual translation to send to Italy to request dual citizenship? I will be using the attorney Luigi Paiano and I believe he has his translator certify whatever I send him. He is off for the holidays so I need to ask him.

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Re: Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

Postby Cristina319 » 13 Jan 2016, 02:15

JamesM, I am also interested in knowing if his translations can be used for the consulate.

Thanks!

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Re: Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

Postby JamesM » 13 Jan 2016, 03:07

I used lastfuelstation for the Detroit consulate.

I'm do not believe he is certified but you could always ask him.

Also, for certified, Gabriella Einaga comes highly recommended by people I know.
She can be reached at gabriella at gabriellaeinaga.com

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Re: Cost For Italian Translations of US Documents

Postby Amandina » 19 Jan 2016, 04:42

There is a dual citizenship Facebook group and everyone there has been raving about Avepally on Fiverr. He only charges $10 a doc and he does offer certification for an additional fee. I know people on the FB group have used him for their translations for the Italian court. Here is more info if interested:

https://www.fiverr.com/avepally


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