Civil records after citizenship claim is accepted by embassy

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Civil records after citizenship claim is accepted by embassy

Postby emiroirausquin » 28 Apr 2007, 14:02

Hi guys,
Could anyone explain to me what happens with the civil records after the citizenship claim is accepted by the embassy? I mean, What steps does the Italian government take to register those new citizens? Where do they get registered? And most importantly, what type of research the Italian government conducts to make sure the Italian Birth certificate you are introducing is really the one of your ancestor and it is not someone elses?

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Re: Civil records after citizenship claim is accepted by emb

Postby AnotherCitizenToBe » 28 Apr 2007, 16:49

I believe the short answer is that the documents are sent to your ancestor's comune where your "birth" and present address will be recorded, along with any missing information regarding the direct ascendants between you and your Italian ancestor - your father, perhaps.

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Re: Civil records after citizenship claim is accepted by emb

Postby mler » 28 Apr 2007, 17:57

Any research is conducted by the consulate, which ensures the line is correct before papers are submitted to the commune. That is why they check names and dates so carefully.

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Postby emiroirausquin » 29 Apr 2007, 03:40

Thank you guys,
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