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Translation and legalisation of documents

U.S. documents and/or certificates must be legalized with the Apostille (The Hague Convention of 10.5.1961) in order for them to be valid in Italy. The Apostille is issued by the Secretary of State of the State where the document is originated.
Furthermore the documents and/or certificates must be translated into Italian and the translation must be authenticated by a Italian Consular Officer.
To have a translation authenticated at the Italian Consulate General in Chicago, it’s necessary to bring the original document and the translation into Italian. A consular fee is applied. For information on fees please visit the Home page  – Consular Fee