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Difference between Italian Americans and American Italians

what is the difference between Italian Americans and American Italians

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I don't see a difference. Am I missing something?

Love one another.

I'm looking for confirmation as to:

Italian Americans are Italian born who now are citizens of USA.

vs...  American born with Italian heritage. 

Italian Americans = Italians in origion (language, heritage, culture, etc), living permanently in America (USA).
American Italians = Americans in origion (language, heritage, culture, etc), living permanently in Italy.

Love is the battery of life....

now i'm really confused.  Undecided

Love one another.

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