It is a translation normally prepared by issuing office in Italy in Plurilingue (format unknown) format for persons interested in acquiring Italian citizenship which may be required by the Italian Consulate in the USA. =Peter=
Anna - Both forum members billiedekid mentioned are accredited by the Italian conlsulate and do this frequently. Their translations would be accepted by the government for citizenship if that is what you were seeking. My understanding is your husband's passport is being help up for such translations. I affirm billiedekid's recommendation for a speedy translation that should be accepted for your purpose. Elba and Riccardo are both in Italy so they should be on in a few hours. Good luck.
idmaclean wrote: I will of course have my friend, a native italian speaker give them a quick once over...
Good Idea, just to be safe. Good luck, I need to get started with this process, I have all my documents from Italy and the US and all three of my "No Record Found" forms including (finally) the USCIS letter. The only thing I am waiting on is me. I just haven't had the time to devote to this yet, just having bought a new house a few months ago.
The majority of consulates no longer require 'listed' translators to provide translations. As has been explained here, they do require them to be done professionally and many like them to be complete, right down to the small print, to enable easy comparison with the original.
Every state produces variations of each document, and even those variations vary over time, so templates are really just wishful thinking. A good copy can take quite some time to build, complete and be acceptable.
In addition there are some professional translation services on the net who are VERY expensive, and others who are 'down to earth' with their pricing. I know of one guy who was quoted $400 for three certificates and a 'seven line' letter. That is daylight robbery!
So - Caveat Emptor. Verify before you buy!
There is a professional service that works with Italian citizenship acquisition applicants. The website is www.icapbridging2worlds.com for prices and descriptionof services. Their telephonenumber is 888-604-1970. I believe they are in Chicago. I started to obtain citizenship but the actuary tables were not looking good for longevity. They did seem to be reasonable intheir charges. =Peter=
Hello, I am new to this site. I am looking to get my dual citizenship. I arrive in Italy on Monday where my mother is living and is a citizen. Would it be possible to apply for citizenship while there for the month or will it be a lost cause because it is Aug? Would it be possible to get my birth certificate translated and notarized while there? I'm not sure what the process is to get the ball rolling? also do I need to bring a police record to Italy stating I have no police record, where would I obtain
thank you for any help in advance,