Death Certificates, all neccessary for citizenship?

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Death Certificates, all neccessary for citizenship?

Postby Remus » 26 Jul 2006, 13:57

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Re: Death Certificates, all neccessary for citizenship?

Postby mler » 28 Jul 2006, 18:38

That depends very much on your consulate. Some require documents from both sides of the family; some do not. You need to check with yours.

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Re: Death Certificates, all neccessary for citizenship?

Postby sgaimari » 26 Oct 2006, 05:44

If you are in the jurisdiction of the San Fransisco consulate, you only need the death certificates for the Italian born ancestors - don't need any American born intermediate ancestors. For example, in my case, I only needed the death certificate for my Great Grandfather and my Great Grandmother, both born in Italy, died in the US. I did not need the death certificate for my Grandfather who was born and died in America.

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Re: Death Certificates, all neccessary for citizenship?

Postby ricbru » 26 Oct 2006, 06:18

Remus wrote:I am trying to claim Italian citizenship thru my Father->Grandfather->Great-Grandfather. Various websites say "Death certificates for anyone listed above (with apostille and translation, if for your father, grandfather, great grandfather)"

Does this mean I will also need the death certificates of my grandmother and great-grandmother? Or are these unnecessary?


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