How to Speed up Your Italian Dual Citizenship Processing Time
If you’ve done a bit of research on Italian Dual citizenship, you’ve probably discovered that the process can get complicated.
Italian citizenship processing time varies depending on a wide number of factors, and no two applications are alike.
Because of that, timeframes can sometimes drag on.
You may have clicked this post wondering if there is a uniform wait time for all applicants.
Unfortunately, due to the reasons stated above, there isn’t.
Processing times can range from 2 years to as long as 8-10 years (in some Consulates, our Clients reported waiting times around 6years for just an appointment).
Some common reasons for delays include but are not limited to:
- How busy the Consulate or comune processing your application is
- Missing information in your application
- Hard-to-find genealogical information, delaying your determination of eligibility
- Court orders or amendments that need to be made on your documents
- Changing of Italian Citizenship Law and Requirements.
So what can you do to speed up your Italian citizenship processing time?
3 Ways to Speed up Your Italian Citizenship Processing Time
No one likes waiting.
We now give You some great tips, starting from the Most important to the less.
#1. Italian Citizenship through Italian Court.
Only fews know this way, as it’s a really recent news from the new Immigration Law regarding (also) citizenship.
One of the best ways to reduce your Italian Dual citizenship Application processing time is to hire an Italian Citizenship Lawyers like Us, and apply directly through Italian Court.
As we previously talked in this article, there are some new and recent Judicial Court cases that allow a person to claim his/her Italian Citizenship directly at the Court.
What does it means?
- Huge speeding up!
As Italian Citizenship administrative process (at the Consulate) is really slow, through an Italian Court is really fast.
2. No risks of missing/wrong documentations.
Before starting the Court Process, we will deeply advise You on all documentation needed, and we review every single documents.
3. You have to do nothing.
Just send Us all documentations, sign the Power of Attorney and we will do everything for You.
#2. Assistance by Italian Dual Citizenship Lawyers & Attorneys.
One of the best ways to reduce your Italian Dual citizenship Application processing time is to enlist the help of Citizenship experts.
Also if You will choose to follow the ordinary administrative way, Professional Assistance will be always in your advantage.
Choose well your expert: an Italian Citizenship Lawyer will be certainly the most prepared professional with highest skills.
Here are 5 main reasons:
- Professional service providers know how to best position you for success
- Due to their in-depth knowledge of the system, they know exactly what to do at each stage
- Experience has given them an edge when it comes to compiling the necessary documents
- They can direct you to Consulates or Comune that are known for faster turnaround times
- If there are any issue and/or You need to appeal against Consulate, we can do it.
If your time is valuable to you, then getting help from professional service providers is the best route for you if you want to ensure your Italian citizenship processing time is kept to a minimum.
Don't wait anymore!
#3. Organize Yourself.
One thing that can help reduce your Italian citizenship processing time is to focus on organization.
No matter which route you pursue in applying for your Italian citizenship.
You will need to gather a lot of documentation to back up your claims and support your bid for Italian citizenship.
This can be overwhelming in terms of the number of documents you need, but it can also be difficult due to the processes required to get them.
For example, certain states only allow the persons named on the birth certificate to get that record.
So, make sure you’re familiar with what each state agency needs before incorrectly requesting a document and being rejected.
Getting it right the first try saves time.
You will also need to understand the unique requirements for each.
For example, some documents will have to be originals accompanied by an apostille, while for others such as naturalization records, certified copies will suffice.
Note, however, that if you are applying in Italy and not at a consulate, all non-Italian documents will require apostilles.
Do You Think to be eligible for Italian Citizenship Application? or through Italian Citizenship 1948 case? or through naturalization by way of marriage or residency?
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