Do I need to have naturalization record apostille/translated

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Do I need to have naturalization record apostille/translated

Postby Squigy » 27 Jul 2012, 08:43

I'm sending off records to be apostilled, today, and I'm just wondering if I should include my great grandfather's naturalization record; also, does this need translated? If so, do I need to translate the cover letter from USCIS and the Declaration of Intent, etc. or just the actual nat. record?

Thanks!
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Caserta: Maietta, Rossano, Tessitore, Negro, Peluso, Musone

Campobasso: D'Andrea, Barile

Catanzaro: Fiorelli/Fiorillo, Romito
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Re: Do I need to have naturalization record apostille/transl

Postby JJ313 » 27 Jul 2012, 16:22

If you are applying at a consulate in the US you do not have to translate/Apostille the naturalization records. If you are applying at a comune in Italy you would be required to translate and Apostille the naturalization records.
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