Do Italian consulates accept Birth Affivadits?

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Do Italian consulates accept Birth Affivadits?

Postby drovedo » 11 Sep 2007, 13:03

I asked the officer this question and he avoided an answer. Any idea?

One problem:

The town of his birth is mispelled by one letter. The affivadit also says he was born under his Italian name.

Thank you.

PS: His birth was also registered in Italy in his comune.

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Re: Birth Affidavit and No Naturalization record from DC

Postby peggymckee » 11 Sep 2007, 15:22

Hi Drovedo--

Please post what happens at the consulate. My father was born in the US but has no civil birth certificate. Nevertheless, he had a US passport--based on birth affidavit of his older brother. Like you, I have sent for the passport file.

I am very interested to know if the Consulate will accept this instead of a civil birth certificate. Many thanks, Peggy M
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Re: Do Italian consulates accept Birth Affivadits?

Postby drovedo » 11 Sep 2007, 15:43

I will.

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Got baptismal record that is Correct!


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