Italian Consulate Boston

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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Italian Consulate Boston

Postby KrazyZia » 28 Dec 2007, 22:06

This is just a curiosity post. I had one meeting so far with the Boston Italian Consulate back in October. I feel it was less than perfect. I'm preparing for a second visit as soon as I get additional paperwork together.

My curiosity is to hear feedback from anyone else who has worked with this specific Italian Consulate. Were there any nuances that you felt would be worthy of sharing with anyone else that may be applying for dual citizenship? Anything you'd like to share that may be of assistance to the rest of us struggling through this ordeal currently?

My fellow Bostonian Italians I thank you in advance for any insight you have on this.

-Joanna
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Re: Italian Consulate Boston

Postby KrazyZia » 29 Dec 2007, 00:43

Thanks, but I found a more applicable forum...Italy Link
- What cannot be achieved in one lifetime will happen when one lifetime is joined to another.

= Researching Brunetti, D'Aloia, Delfanti, & Milani Family Names. Casalvecchio Di Puglia, & other Arbëreshë communities.


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