who records the documents after you have been to the consula

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who records the documents after you have been to the consula

Postby corrado » 12 Sep 2009, 00:19

I had my appointment on Aug 6th. So I excited but realize this could be months, or years, but my question is who records all these docuements in the conume? Is it the stato civil?

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