Final Divorce does it need to be translated to Italian

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Final Divorce does it need to be translated to Italian

Postby trevisan2 » 30 Jan 2015, 20:22

I had a niece ask me questions about submitting the documents at the San Francesco embancy for dual citizenship.

Does the final divorce judgement have to be translated for the citizenship process?
Is the divorce judgement on the person asking for the Citizenship or is it on the ancestor of whom you qualify through.


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Re: Final Divorce does it need to be translated to Italian

Postby jmb44 » 30 Jan 2015, 23:29

I believe from reading the website that the divorce decree is treated like a vital document, which means it needs a translation and the apostille as well.


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