In other words, yes, it is easy to meet a guy — or a girl — who claims to be Italian, as long as you can put up with the fact that they are not really Italian.
On the contrary, in Italy, the vast majority of the population — except for immigrants — is 100% Italian: of their ancestors lived in the area that, nowadays, is known as Italy.
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.
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.
If you always answered "yes" and you think we can be a match, send me an email (keep reading until you find my address) following the instructions. I was born in Rome — current capital of Italy, while I still think of it as the Eternal City of the Roman Empire — on June 5th 1981, the greatest day in human history… I was raised in an area built by Julius Caesar about 2000 years ago, but am now a resident in the Caribbean (central America).I mostly work in California (Los Angeles area, San Francisco Bay, Orange County, San Diego) and New York City, with short stays in Texas (Houston, Austin) and Massachusetts (Boston), though I absolutely love to work remotely from the Caribbean or the countryside of Italy: no traffic and no nuisances whatsoever — this is my favorite.