If you are an American citizen of Italian descent, it is possible for you to obtain Italian dual citizenship by direct descent or through marriage. There are several benefits to obtaining Italian citizenship as it will allow you to apply
Flying over the extreme North of the Italian peninsula, where the peaks of the Alps mellow in luxuriant hills that stand as the last bastions to the vastness of the Po Valley, the city of Bergamo is located like a pearl of undeniable beauty that even the most distracted observer can’t ignore.
Are you interested in obtaining Italian dual citizenship through marriage or descent? You can get the process started immediately by scheduling an initial phone consultation with ICAP using our new online scheduling interface. Our services begin with a 30-minute phone
A common way to obtain citizenship in another country is through marriage and Italy allows you to obtain dual citizenship if your spouse is an Italian citizen. The process is not as simple as just marrying an Italian citizen, there
Italiano Christmas represents one of the most popularly heartfelt holidays, whatever the intent that animates the spirit is. For Christians, apart from some Eastern Orthodox churches, Christmas is observed on December 25th and celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ (from
If you have been considering getting your Italian citizenship, now is a great time. ICAP is offering a 10 % discount on our Italian Vital Record and Naturalization Record Search, now through January 7, 2017. If you are of Italian
Do you spend hours on your cell phone? Laptop? Tablet? PC? According to a London study “The average person spends 8 hours and 41 minutes on electronic devices” and more if you take your work home with you and enjoy
Have you been considering dual citizenship in Italy? Not only would you be able to live, work, and study in the beautiful surroundings of Italy, but you would also have the full rights and privileges of an EU citizen in
The Italian word “Ferragosto”, in other languages, doesn’t have a literal translation. It’s useless typing it on a common translator or looking for its brief definition on the most modern encyclopedias. Ferragosto can only be told!
Surely, the synonyms that more suit this untranslatable word are relax, leisure and vacation! Ferragosto is indeed the mid-summer festivity celebrated in Italy and in the small Republic of San Marino that occurs August 15th.
In 1897 the city of Blue Island, Illinois saw its first Italian immigrants from the region of Lucania now known as Basilicata (immigrants from the towns of Ripacandida, Potenza, Melfi, Avigliano.) In 1905 with only 43 Italian people from Basilicata, the Blue Island Society of San Donato began; San Donato is the patron saint of Ripacandida. In 1907 some of the members traveled to Altoona, Pennsylvania, where several people from Basilicata had immigrated.