Citzenship and serious illness

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Citzenship and serious illness

Postby f_albero » 22 Jul 2004, 14:39

After a three years exhaustive research I found my roots in Sarno, province of Salerno. I was informed by the Italian embassy in town that the process for obtaining an Italian citzenship takes from 2 to 4 years when requested abroad Italy. Since I was diagnosed with cancer I would like to know if, because of the illness, there's a way to speed up the process so my children can obtain their citzenship sooner. Any help is much appreciated.
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Re: Citzenship and serious illness

Postby ptimber » 22 Jul 2004, 16:43

Why not contact the Brazil Cancer Society to inquire of the Italian Embassy or inquire yourself for any waivers that may exist for immediate italian citizenship. Peter
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