Are you interested in discovering your eligibility for “jure sanguinis” (blood right)? Not every Italian descendant is eligible to have their dual citizenship recognized. First, you must meet a set of key criteria for Italian citizenship. This post is a follow-up to last week’s post; 7 Reasons Italian Citizenship Can Change Your Life. Here you […]Continue reading
Can having Italian Citizenship Change your life? I went through the process of having my Italian citizenship recognized, and I can tell you that it changed mine. “Being Rooted in Italy brings forth a new perspective on life.”Continue reading
Recently I had the chance to talk about heritage tourism in Italy with Rick Zullo. He is a fellow Italian American and an American blogger in Rome. He also has a podcast called, “The Fatal Charm of Italy,” and that’s where our conversation took place. I’ve been following Rick’s blog for a while. He has a fun approach and […]Continue reading
A ship leaves from Italy to America in April 1912 with hundreds of Italian passengers who are desperate to create a better life for themselves in America. It is the humble beginnings of an Italian American journey. Some are men who have labored since childhood in the fields of the small villages in southern Italy. All […]Continue reading
Have you ever thought about how life was for your ancestors in Italy? Do you have a dream of someday walking in their footsteps in your ancestral village? Many second and third generation Italian Americans experience a sort of disconnect from the Motherland, as did Shannon Riccio of Milford, Connecticut. That all changed recently, as […]Continue reading
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