Documents for Citizenship; Jur Sanguinis

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Documents for Citizenship; Jur Sanguinis

Postby HScanio » 22 Sep 2009, 02:21

Hello,

Can anyone tell me which documents I need to send for my citizenship. I looked on the Miami Consular website for Italy and they are listing documents only pertaining to US Born person.

I am not from the United States. I was born in Chile, my father in Argentina and my grandparents in Sicily.

I currently live in the Cayman Islands and unfortunately there is no Consular here for me to consult and whenever I call the Miami Consular I only get an automated system and eventually hung up on or no response to my messages.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Grazie!
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Re: Documents for Citizenship; Jur Sanguinis

Postby elba » 22 Sep 2009, 07:30

HScanio wrote:Hello,

Can anyone tell me which documents I need to send for my citizenship. I looked on the Miami Consular website for Italy and they are listing documents only pertaining to US Born person.

I am not from the United States. I was born in Chile, my father in Argentina and my grandparents in Sicily.

I currently live in the Cayman Islands and unfortunately there is no Consular here for me to consult and whenever I call the Miami Consular I only get an automated system and eventually hung up on or no response to my messages.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Grazie!
+Humberto+



Humberto,
Might I suggest that as you were born in Chile that may be where you need to start your search for help with what documentation is required.

Here is a Chilean Site and it gives details of their Consulates in the USA -- why not start by asking them what and where to obtain what may be required

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