The best place to declare Jus Sanguinis

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Re: The best place to declare Jus Sanguinis

Postby droe » 08 Sep 2012, 22:31

What Consulate are you under right now?

If it is one with long appointment waits then a year traveling should not be a problem.

When you apply the consulate will ask for your US Passport, State Driver license and some enforce the rule seeing a bank statement, ulitity bill to establish residency to prove you fall within the area they serve.

Moving to a new area should not presenta a problem as you will have to change your drivers license, you will or should have ulitity bills and in most cases a bank account.

Most states require a change in drivers license as soon as you take a permanent residence. Renting an apartment with a lease makes you a permanent resident in most states.

To be honest I would make the appointment and then plan any travel around it.
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