New rule at SF consulate require affidavit by living relativ

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New rule at SF consulate require affidavit by living relativ

Postby jmb44 » 08 Nov 2014, 10:40

Up until now the SF consulate allowed applicants to declare on behalf of the deceased and living assendents that they had not renounced their italian citizenship. Now the consulate is requiring living relatives do their own declarations.this is a problem because of a very bad history within the family with that relative. I know many consulates have this rule in place. Is there a way around it?

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Re: New rule at SF consulate require affidavit by living rel

Postby PeterTimber » 08 Nov 2014, 21:24

There is an established San Francisco Italian oriented attorney, Mr Anthony Alioto of http://www.Italianlaw.net who deals in Italy land matters but is willing to entertain other questions and usually free of charge. His e-mail address is italianlaw@comcast.net Perhaps he may be oif assistance in this instant matter. Peter
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