Originals or Copies

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Originals or Copies

Postby Rogerusa » 01 Jan 2008, 20:36

Hi everyone,
Have anyone had a experience with Italian consulate in Boston or any city? They need the originals or they only need copies of the documents ?

Thank you

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Re: Originals or Copies

Postby JamesBianco » 01 Jan 2008, 23:02

You might find this link useful.

Consulate General of Italy in Boston - Citizenship

[align=justify]The general rule of thumb in these situations is that you need a certified copy of the document accompanied by an apostille (which is a translation and re-certification document and can get a little pricey when you have a dozen or so documents).

I live in Massachusetts and am eligible through both my mother and father, someday I hope to obtain dual-citizenship. Keep us posted and good luck.


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