Cost of Italian Passport For a Foreigner
With Italian heritage comes an Italian passport: this can provide a sense of identity and pride while opening doors for work and travel throughout Europe. Unfortunately for migrants though, the process can take years and become extremely costly.
Costs associated with Italian passport applications for foreigners depend on the types of documentation required to complete this process. Birth, marriage and death certificates are necessary documents when applying by descent; other necessary supporting documents could include school records, medical records, civil records or evidence of judicial proceeding. Depending on where they’re issued from they can range anywhere between $8 to $35 depending on issuing authority; translation services could cost between PS1-40 as well.
Cost estimates range anywhere from $500 to $10,000 when it comes to gaining Italian citizenship, depending on how long it takes you to gather all necessary documents and authenticate them, plus legal fees charged by attorneys hired to submit petitions before judges.