translations for apostille?

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translations for apostille?

Postby maddief » 11 Jun 2007, 01:53

Do documents in English that are required for the dual citizenship application need to be translated into Italian? If so, do they need to be translated before sending them off to get the apostille? And finally, can a relative of mine who speaks fluent Italian translate the documents for me or does it have to be done by a professional (aka expensive) service?

While I'm at it, I have an unrelated question. Has anyone ever had to do an FBI record check in order to apply? Is that standard?

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Re: translations for apostille?

Postby pastasugo » 11 Jun 2007, 04:57

Do documents in English that are required for the dual citizenship application need to be translated into Italian?

Yes

If so, do they need to be translated before sending them off to get the apostille?

No

And finally, can a relative of mine who speaks fluent Italian translate the documents for me or does it have to be done by a professional (aka expensive) service?

Depends on which consulate you use. Ask your consulate to be sure.

While I'm at it, I have an unrelated question. Has anyone ever had to do an FBI record check in order to apply? Is that standard?

FBI record check is not required for jus sanguinis citizenship application.

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Re: translations for apostille?

Postby garibotto » 19 Jun 2007, 20:37

quienes hablan español (peru)

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Re: translations for apostille?

Postby maddief » 05 Jul 2007, 17:45

Do documents in Italian need to be translated into English too? Do they require an apostille? (Sorry I'm asking all these questions -- it is impossible to get anyone from the Consulate on the phone!)

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Re: translations for apostille?

Postby ricbru » 05 Jul 2007, 19:04

maddief wrote:Do documents in Italian need to be translated into English too? Do they require an apostille? (Sorry I'm asking all these questions -- it is impossible to get anyone from the Consulate on the phone!)


No, Italian documents don't need to be translated into english, and they also don't need to get apostille
I know Italian Consulate in USA are impossible to contact, you should go there in person to look for informations
I hope it helps, bye Riccardo :lol:

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Re: translations for apostille?

Postby corrado » 23 Jul 2007, 21:38

any idea on where to find these translaters, are there official ones and quanto costa?


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