Introducing Global RCG's Apply From Italy solution

Finding it impossible to schedule your appointment?

The Italian Consular Appointment
What do you do when you can’t get one?

Facing challenges in securing an appointment at U.S. consulates? It may feel like a daunting task to obtain an appointment. Rest assured, you're not the only one facing this hurdle.

Our Unique Solution

We present an innovative solution that not only bypasses the consulate hassles but also accelerates your journey to Italian citizenship.

What's included?

We provide end-to-end services in exchange for an all-inclusive, one-time fee

In collaboration with our expert team of Italian professionals, we develop a fully comprehensive, all-inclusive, white-glove experience, guaranteeing a hassle-free journey towards Italian citizenship recognition.

We take care of everything:

Preliminary citizenship application evaluation by Italian Clerk

Acquisition of all vital records and ancillary documentation

Full legal review of all documents and application

Full assistance in acquisition of Residency Permits in Italy

Lease agreement in the name of the applicant, registered for one year and valid until the end of the process

Use of Luxury 1-2 bedroom apartment in Italy for duration of stay

Maintenance of registered residence for as long as necessary, covering state taxes, even without  the physical presence of the subject

Requisite health Insurance in Italy

Submission of citizenship application at Local Italian Comune

Acquisition of Italian Citizenship

Global RCG’s unique advantage

Tailored to Your Success

We stand out as the only company that selects your Clerk and customizes your paperwork to meet their specific requirements. This not only saves time but also increases your chances of Italian citizenship recognition.

Minimal Time Commitment

We've streamlined the process to require just a few weeks in Italy. This means you won't have to disrupt your life or take extended leave. It's convenience at its best.


Your Italian journey can seamlessly blend with your vacation plans. Picture exploring Italy's beautiful landscapes, savoring its cuisine, and immersing yourself in its rich culture—all while working towards your Italian citizenship.

Flexible Timing

We work with your schedule, allowing you to choose the best time for your Italian citizenship journey. It's a process that adapts to your life, not the other way around.

Free Italian Citizenship
Eligibility Assessment

Step-by-Step Guide to Italian dual citizenship in a matter of months


  • Document collection: 6-12 months (depending on document location)
  • Residency establishment in Italy: Up to one month, in some cases as little as one week!
  • Recognition of Italian citizenship: Four months after establishing residency in Italy

Step 1

Choose Your Path: Decide if you want to pursue Italian citizenship through the US consulate or opt for the faster, less bureaucratic Italian route. The direct Italy route requires fewer documents.

Step 2

Crafting Your Path to Success: Tailored Documentation for Your Journey.  At Global RCG, we believe in precision and personalization. Once we understand your chosen path, we take the wheel, steering your documents towards the specific requirements of your selected pathway.

Step 3

Preliminary Review: Once your documents are primed for the Italian route, we spring into action. We secure a preliminary review by your chosen Clerk. This crucial step ensures that your documentation perfectly aligns with the Clerk's preferences, giving your application a significant boost towards success.

Step 4

Apartment Selection: With your documents primed and ready, we unlock the gateway to Italian living. Step into a world of choice and comfort as we present an extensive array of meticulously curated, fully furnished one to two-bedroom apartments.

Fees and Costs

Up to 3 Weeks

The One-Month Vacation Option


Collection of documents tailored to your specific Clerk's preferences

Documents Customized for Your Italian Clerk

Establish Italian residency in four weeks

Obtain Italian citizenship within six months

Includes a generous 3 months' rent in a fully furnished apartment for a truly comfortable stay in Italy

7 to 10 days

The Long Layover Option


Swift residency establishment in Italy within ten days

Italian citizenship secured within six months

Documents customized for your specific clerck

Enjoy the convenience of a fully furnished apartment during your Italian adventure.

Pricing Plan

Our dual citizenship application services offer comprehensive support from start to finish, ensuring a streamlined process for a single, transparent, and cost-effective fee

Principal Applicant
Fees per additional eligible family members:
Minor Child
(under 18)

Note: Pricing applies solely to family members related to the exact same Anchor Ancestor.  Minor children must be [14] years old (or younger) at the moment of application.

Are you eligible for Italian citizenship by descent?
Take our free 5 minute assessment and find out!

Why would I need to hurry?

“New ruling by the Italian Supreme Court, the “minor issue” & the effects on Citizenship by Descent Eligibility”

There has been a new ruling from the Cassation Court (Italian Supreme Court), one of the highest courts in Italy, (Decision 17161 of June 15, 2023) that could affect huge numbers of people seeking citizenship by descent, both through courts and administrative lines through consulates/comuni.

The ruling asserts that the original '1912 rule' does not safeguard the Italian citizenship of a minor. Put differently, the court's assertion signifies that regardless of the specific date, if your ancestor of Italian origin acquired citizenship while the succeeding in line was below 21 years of age (or under 18 years of age post the year 1975), the lineage's continuity is severed. The earlier construction of this regulation pertained solely to instances where the Italian-born forebear naturalized before the year 1912.

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Italian Citizenship by Descent

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3rd largest European diaspora in the US

More tha 17 million Americans have Italian ancestry.

Over 8 million Americans could qualify

Without any generational limit, earning EU Citizenship is within the grasp of many Italian American.

What is the history of Italian immigration to the United States?

Between 1880 and 1921, when some 4.2 million Italians immigrated to the country, Italian immigration reached its height. About 80% of these immigrants were from the Mezzogiorno, an area in southern Italy that was experiencing significant turmoil and misery. Political tension between the government in the north and the rural peasants in the south, which had only been formally unified in 1860, grew in the 1870s after the government imposed a heavy tax on wheat and salt, which were necessities for southern farmers and fisherman. Disease decimated both cash and food crops in the 1880s; malaria and other plagues also wreaked havoc on southern Italy at this time. Additionally, several earthquakes, Mount Etna and Mount Vesuvius in the early 1900s destroyed cities and killed tens of thousands of people.

During this time, many people in southern Italy seemed to find conditions in the United States to be particularly beneficial. In the industrialized US, pay for the same task may be three times more for both skilled and unskilled workers than in the struggling Italian economy. In cities like Boston and New York, even illiterate day laborers could find better-paying employment with better working conditions. Italian immigrants from the late nineteenth century were sometimes referred to as "birds of passage"—young men who came on their own, worked hard to support their family back home and bought land before eventually returning to Italy. Many Italian immigrants did not see their departure for the United States as a rejection of their homeland. The money sent home served to maintain the established order, thus in essence, it was a defense of the Italian way of life. Instead of looking for long-term residences, they sought employment opportunities in order to build up their savings and return to their own countries in search of better lives. However, patterns of immigration shifted after World War I, and more Italian immigrants started to bring their families over and establish long-term roots in the area.

Tax Rates in Italy

The percentage of tax you have to pay in Italy depends on the amount of money you have generated as income. In other words, the more money you have made, the higher the applicable tax percentage will be. There are also various regional and municipal taxes that you will have to pay as well — those can vary between 0.1% to 2.03%. Here is a rundown of the different state tax levels that Italian citizens have to pay per income bracket.

  • €0–€15,000 — 23% tax rate

  • €15,000–€28,000 — 27% tax rate

  • €28,000–€55,000 — 38% tax rate

  • €55,000–€75,000 — 41% tax rate

  • over €75,000 — 43% tax rate

Why Italy?

Italy is renowned for its natural beauty and diverse wildlife, rich historical heritage, and artistic achievements. The country's pleasant climate and exceptional cuisine make it a desirable tourist destination. In addition to being the 3rd largest economy in Europe and the 8th largest in the world, Italy is ranked 31st out of 146 countries on the World Happiness Report 2022. Italy also ranks 14th out of 78 countries in education, putting it between Norway and Finland, according to the World Population Review.

The Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2021 ranks Italy 35th out of 134 countries, with a strong position in technical skills and retention, thanks to its leadership in Lifestyle alongside France. Finally, Italy is ranked 31st out of 167 countries for the quality of its healthcare system.

Expat Life in Italy

Italy is known for its friendly and welcoming people, making it easy for expats to form friendships. Those who choose to live in Italy enjoy a high quality of life in a relaxed and enjoyable environment, with the vivacious nature of the Italian people making life all the more interesting.

Major cities such as Rome and Milan have significant expat communities, but many Westerners opt to retire to the picturesque Italian countryside where they can spend their golden years in peace and tranquility.

Cost of Living

As a member of the European Union, Italy uses the Euro as its currency. However, its cost of living is generally higher than many other EU countries. Expats will find that living costs vary depending on the region of Italy they reside in, with a higher standard of living in the northern regions compared to the south. Milan, the most expensive city in Italy, was ranked as the 38th most expensive city in the world in the 2012 Mercer cost of living survey, dropping 13 places from the previous year, while Rome was ranked 42nd, a drop of 8 places.

Furthermore, expats considering a move to Italy should also be aware of the high income tax and social security requirements compared to other EU countries.

What are the tax implication with having Italian dual Citizenship?

Italy has a residency based tax system. Tax residency is established by spending 183 days or more within the country. A tax resident of a country with a RESIDENCE-BASED tax system pays taxes on their WORLDWIDE income. However, if you lose tax residency status there (e.g., by moving out), the country will generally stop taxing you.

Italy has a residency-based tax system, meaning that anyone who spends 183 days or more in the country is considered a tax resident. This means that they are liable for taxes on their worldwide income.However, there are a number of incentives available for new residents.Employed and self-employed individuals can claim a 70% to 90% tax reduction on their Italian income, depending on their region of residence.Retirees can claim a flat 7% tax rate on their non-Italian income.High-net-worth individuals can opt for a €100,000 annual tax payment, which covers all taxation on their non-Italian income, regardless of its size.Italy is also part of the European Economic Area (EEA), which gives its citizens the right to live and work in any other EEA country, plus Switzerland.

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