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You're Italian if your ancestors were from Italy. You also may be Italian if you or family is from one of the former Italian colonies such as Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Somalia, and Tianjin/Tientsin, China. You also may be of Italian descent if you or your family is from the Italian speaking parts of Italy's neighbors. Such neighboring countries include Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland. You may be of Italian descent too if you or your family is from nearby Monaco or the Mediterranean islands of Corsica and Malta. And generally, you may be of Italian descent if you or your family is from any Italian community anywhere in the world, if Italian is a language that's passed down in your family, or if your parents tell you that you are of Italian descent.

More simply, you know you are Italian if your parents or care givers told you that you are Italian.
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