As for the definition of citizenship, it includes the obligations along with the rights that the individuals get by virtue of being a member of a particular country or community. Thus, the citizenship results in a idea which inculcates the feeling of ‘us’ and ‘others’ among the common people in a community. The members of a particular community recognize the members of their own community as ‘us’ while at the same time make distinction with those who do not belong to their community by calling them ‘others’. Nevertheless, citizenship is a concept of permission the inclusion of additional members. Citizenship gives the opportunity of entry to people who are called the ‘others’ to become member of closed communities or countries. The importance of being a citizen or belonging to some community is important from the legal point of view. However, primarily it’s important for the complete social and mental development of the human beings. The idea of indigeneity forms the exclusiveness of the citizenship. However, the root cause of issues like discrimination, racism, mental stresses and isolation, comes from the uncertainty about the present and future among the non-members of the community. People even after spending decades of their lives in a foreign country are not accepted as their own by the indigenous people. The non-EU immigrants and primarily the alleged immigrants of the second generation in Italy are highly affected by various issues. The second generation immigrants are the people born in the host country to which their parents migrated to (Thomassen). The present essay is an attempt to portray the issues faced by this generation of immigrants. Even though these people are born and raised in Italy, have to undergo various complex bureaucratic passages to attain the official citizenship of Italy.