Choosing a commune for civil status

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Choosing a commune for civil status

Postby Nocta » 17 Feb 2007, 16:59

I read a post somewhere which stated that you don't have to apply for civil status in the commune of your ancestor. Is this true, and are there advantages to registering in larger communes such as Rome or Florence?

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