No Records Found for US Death of Italian Ancestor

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No Records Found for US Death of Italian Ancestor

Postby Tiffany » 02 Oct 2009, 10:04

Hello again.

Does anybody have experience filing an application with an NRF document in place of a death certificate? This would be for a great grandmother, who is the mother of the individual I am seeking citizenship through (my grandfather).

Thanks for any help.

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Re: No Records Found for US Death of Italian Ancestor

Postby corrado » 03 Oct 2009, 05:05

hhhmmm do you need this document? why?

If her son is the person you are filing though, I don't think you need the parents records.

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Re: No Records Found for US Death of Italian Ancestor

Postby Tiffany » 03 Oct 2009, 08:46

I need to prove that my grandfather (born in US), was born to Italian Citizens. I already know that nobody Naturalized. I thought I needed both of the parents birth and death records. It is now, both of the death records that I am stuck trying to get so if I don't need them, that would be great.

In any event, does anybody have experience with filing with a NRF in place of a record?


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