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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Does anyone know a translator that is willing to translate approximately 9 birth, death and marriage certificates in a timely fashion for my upcoming consulate meeting in October 2012?
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- Location: Texas, USA (Born in Pennsylvania)
I'm using Gianluca Croce'; she's recommended by the NY Consulate, is fair priced, and said she could translate my 7 documents within a week.
Her email is glcroce @ gmail .com (no spaces).
My Italian surnames:
Caserta: Maietta, Rossano, Tessitore, Negro, Peluso, Musone
Campobasso: D'Andrea, Barile
Catanzaro: Fiorelli/Fiorillo, Romito
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I highly recommend using Joseph Hovan you can get in touch with him at firstname.lastname@example.org
- he is a nice guy and Lia (the lady you will see in Philly) knows him and regards his work highly.
Researching BARONTINI family from Tuscany
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I have used Gianluca Crocce and was VERY pleased with her.
Good Luck. I'm sure you don't need it.
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I used Gianluca as well (along with Gabriella Einaga). Both very good and fair priced.
My Italian is not that great, but I thought "Gianluca" was a masculine name.
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Gianluca is very much a man's name