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Children questions

Postby bmilazzo » 04 Feb 2011, 01:07

My son, under 18, will become a citizen when I have my papers.

But my two over 18 must apply. I didn't get to ask today so I am asking here.
When over 18 and assuming I have my citizenship papers in-hand, what will my older children do?

Submit birth certificate, driver's license, passport, and my citizenship paper.
Is this correct?

Anything else?

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Re: Children questions

Postby johnnyonthespot » 04 Feb 2011, 01:45

See my reply to your "wife and children" post a few days ago in the Italian Genealogy forum.

Which consulate are you applying at?
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Re: Children questions

Postby bmilazzo » 04 Feb 2011, 02:23

Boston

My understanding is that my two over 18 children must submit my citizenship approval along with BC, my MC, driver's license, and US passport and show up in person to apply.

The link you sent in the previous post says something different.

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Re: Children questions

Postby johnnyonthespot » 04 Feb 2011, 02:30

In New York city, I submitted a certified/translated/apostiled copy of my then 22 year-old son's birth certificate along with a photocopy of my new italian passport and the vital record registration form, just like the link says. My son received his letter of recognition about 5 days later. This was late 2009.
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Re: Children questions

Postby sceaminmonkey » 04 Feb 2011, 02:32

At the NYC consulate during my moms appointment the gentleman was about to register me and my two siblings. all over 18. however we needed to correct my mothers marriage and when we came back the other gentleman said no. I guess it depends on the consulate official.


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