Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

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Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

Postby Mulé » 24 Dec 2009, 14:48

Do you get to choose a Comune where you want your documents recorded or do they just record the documents in the Comune of your ancestors? Is it possible to request a certain Comune to be recorded at?

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Re: Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

Postby tonyric » 24 Dec 2009, 14:51

You can certainly choose, but if your process is complicated like mine, for the ease of processing, just send it where the consulate wants to.

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Re: Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

Postby Mulé » 24 Dec 2009, 14:52

Is there a process or form to fill our to specify a Comune. The reason I ask is that I no longer have contacts/relatives in the Comune of my GGF whom I am using to apply, but rather on my father's side in Sicily, where I would like to be registered.

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Re: Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

Postby jgenduso » 24 Dec 2009, 16:06

Mule,

I am wondering the same thing. My GF, who I am going through, was born a few towns over from where my whole family is from. My GM was born in the family town and I wanted to be registered in that one.

If you hear anything please let me know. My appt isn't until April 2011.

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Re: Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

Postby tonyric » 24 Dec 2009, 16:11

Mulé wrote:Is there a process or form to fill our to specify a Comune. The reason I ask is that I no longer have contacts/relatives in the Comune of my GGF whom I am using to apply, but rather on my father's side in Sicily, where I would like to be registered.


I am not 100% positive but I believe you can just tell the consulate which comune you wish to be registered in.

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Re: Choose a Comune where your documents are recorded?

Postby Mulé » 26 Dec 2009, 13:53

Yeah, it doesn't make sense for me to be registered in the middle of the country when all my current relatives are in Sicily. If I ever needed someone to visit the Comune for me, it would be in Sicily. When I visit, I am in Sicily, so doesn't make sense to be registered anywhere else. If I were to apply in Italy, it would be there as well.


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