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However, the problem is that these "Italians" are not actually Italian, nor are they fluent in Italian — most of them don't understand Italian at all.
In fact, they just have some Italian ancestors — grandparents at best, great-great-great-great-grandparents more often.
More importantly, wealthy men (or women), especially world-famous actors and singers, have no trouble getting a visa: don't forget that you can't stay anywhere without a visa — unless you are an EU citizen — and Italy has one of the most inefficient bureaucracy on earth.
This is true even if you are eligible for dual citizenship .
In any case, I often visit my great family in Italy, where I own property. Well, hopefully he will ask you and not the other way around.
I stay in one of these places depending on the time of year and where I am working. Last but not least, I don't have kids and I have never been married. Some people claim that America is full of Italian men, so it shouldn't be difficult to find one and get to know him.