GGF Citizenship

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GGF Citizenship

Postby scherzo » 24 Aug 2009, 18:10

I have an unbroken patrilineal line through my GGF but have run into two snags that I'm unsure about:

1) My GF served in WWII for the US, does this qualify as a renunciation of Italian citizenship?

2) I have the dates and places of birth for my my GGF & GGM but don't know their parents' names. Is it okay to still send a request for their birth certificates to the Officio dello Stato Civile?

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Re: GGF Citizenship

Postby suanj » 24 Aug 2009, 18:34

1) if your GGF no renounced to italian citizenship ( no US naturalized) when your GF was born, well also if your GF served in WWII for the US, this is no important; the important is that when your GF was born, your GGF was no naturalized..
2) you can send the request; the birthplace and birthdate is enough...
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Re: GGF Citizenship

Postby mler » 24 Aug 2009, 20:00

Suanj is absolutely correct. If Americans serving in the U.S. military ended the Italian line, there would be very few people eligible for Italian citizenship.

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Re: GGF Citizenship

Postby scherzo » 24 Aug 2009, 20:10

thanks


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