Is this true?

Over 25 million Italians have emigrated between 1861 and 1960 with a migration boom between 1871 and 1915 when over 13,5 million emigrants left the country for European and overseas destinations.
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Is this true?

Postby Rogerusa » 10 Dec 2007, 17:32

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If NARA does have records, they will certify them as copies of the official record and I believe they are acceptable to the consulate. Keep in mind that you must have the "Oath of Allegiance" page, fully executed with the date and certificate number. Since NARA does not have a copy of the actual citizenship certificate, this page is used to prove the exact date on which naturalization occurred. From what I have read on these boards, the consulates will accept the Oath of Allegiance in lieu of the actual citizenship certificate.


Can anyone tell me something about it. I will collect all docs from MA. DO you think that italian consulate in Boston will accept the "Oath of Allegiance"?

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Re: Is this true?

Postby Rogerusa » 10 Dec 2007, 18:07

What i meaned was if the consulate will accept in the place of the certificate of naturalization. Sorry guys!!!

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Re: Is this true?

Postby mler » 13 Dec 2007, 12:53

I've not worked with the Boston consulate, but these documents are accepted in most places.

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Re: Is this true?

Postby Rogerusa » 13 Dec 2007, 13:00

Thank you
I will call and ask them about this.


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