Translating the apostilles?

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Translating the apostilles?

Postby jwazevedo » 03 May 2009, 18:07

I thought I'd seen the answer in another post, but I can't find it in a search, so I'll pose the question directly. For the citizenship application, do the apostilles themselves have to be translated too?

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Re: Translating the apostilles?

Postby mler » 03 May 2009, 22:41

No, they don't.

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Re: Translating the apostilles?

Postby jwazevedo » 03 May 2009, 23:08

Thanks, mler!
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Re: Translating the apostilles?

Postby italianlaw » 15 May 2009, 07:41

Apostille no longer have to be translated.

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