Letter from Comune, now what??

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Letter from Comune, now what??

Postby ericataylor22 » 18 Oct 2012, 15:37

Just received a letter from my 'home comune' saying that I am now registered to vote, so does that mean I am official??

I am located permanently in Rome now, and need to do whatever the next steps are. Can anyone help me out as to what I need to do next for my paperwork, ID, etc.???

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Re: Letter from Comune, now what??

Postby Italysearcher » 18 Oct 2012, 16:17

Take 4 photos for your Identity card (to save time)to the anagrafe office and ask for an ID.
You'll need a codice fiscale (if you don't have one) and a health card but I have no idea where you get these in Rome. Plan a day!
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