Question about forms - LA Consulate

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Question about forms - LA Consulate

Postby phil100a » 25 Apr 2012, 05:38

I obtained "jure sanguinis" via the San Francisco consulate a few years ago. My nephew is currently pursuing citizenship via the LA Consulate. This forum was a great help and a comfort during that time!

I was told that the LA Consulate will simply refer to my San Francisco application for all the information up to my nephew's and his parent's info. I am advising him.

My question: The LA Consulate has forms for "ascendants". I have forgotten requirements for those forms. Does my nephew need to fill our an "ascendant" form for all ascendants (In this case GGF - GF - Mother), or just the primary ascendant, who emigrated from Italy? (note: I understand that one must use a different for for "living" and "decesed" descendents.)

Thanks very much, in advance!

Phil
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