Melbourne Consualte Aust

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Melbourne Consualte Aust

Postby leasham23 » 19 Apr 2011, 15:25

Quick question,
I went to the italian consualte last year. he gave me a list of documents which i need to get and some which need to be ammended.
But can i apply when my mum does she legally had her surname changed? and apparently in italy they dont recognise name changes?
so if they dont does that mean i cant apply and if i have to apply seperalty do i have to get ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL the paperwork again translated and apostiled?
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Re: Melbourne Consualte Aust

Postby johnnyonthespot » 19 Apr 2011, 15:28

Your mother's name change will not be an issue so long as you can provide the legal documentation to back it up.
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Re: Melbourne Consualte Aust

Postby leasham23 » 19 Apr 2011, 15:37

oh good, she has a deed poll which shows the name change but he said to me because mums b/c says scecchitano and on mine it says seccas they may not recognise the relationship.


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