Dichiarazione di Valore Guide

For those of you who are familiar with this document, well, did you get yours?  With only a few time left before my departure, I am kicking myself in the booty about not organising my list of things to do much better because I forgot to complete my DV. Argh!

What it is:
The Dichiarazione Di Valore in loco/Declaration of Value is issued by the Italian Consulate or Embassy of the country which awarded your degree and attests that it is of equal value to an Italian BA (first level degree corresponding to 3 years of study). The document must certify the overall number of school years you completed from primary to University included is equal or higher than 15. A copy of the original degree certificate plus the original transcripts translated into Italian and authenticated by the Consulate are attached to the Dichiarazione di Valore (do not unstaple any attachment from the Dichiarazione).

What you need



Los Angeles Regional Office
300 South Spring Street, Room 12513
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 897-3062

One response to “Dichiarazione di Valore Guide”

  1. […] I’ve been up since 5-ish hoping that I would arrive at the Secretary of State building in downtown L.A. by 8am. You may wonder why I’m up so early or why I’m even doing this? Remember that Declaration of Value document I mentioned a few weeks ago? Well, my dear, this is all part of that process. Indeed, the document has become a Declaration of Pain. Excuse my bitterness. I think I’ve lost a brain cell somewhere between 5-8am. […]


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