birth certificates for dual citizenship

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birth certificates for dual citizenship

Postby leash » 21 Aug 2009, 04:54

hi does anyone no where I can get a letter that translates from english- into italian for the correct birth certificate which i will need to use for dual citizenship

thanks
Known surnames- Mollica, Alba, Cannella, Secchitano
I would like to research my family history and find out as much as I can =)

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Re: birth certificates for dual citizenship

Postby wldspirit » 21 Aug 2009, 09:25

Have you checked the Italian language or citizenship thread? I've seen a few letters written up by other members....
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Re: birth certificates for dual citizenship

Postby Italysearcher » 21 Aug 2009, 12:00

You need to request a
certificato in plurinlingue per motivo cittadinanza
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Re: birth certificates for dual citizenship

Postby leash » 23 Aug 2009, 03:59

thanks i have a certificate that says: estratto per riassunto dai registri degli atti nascita
is this ok??
Known surnames- Mollica, Alba, Cannella, Secchitano

I would like to research my family history and find out as much as I can =)

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Re: birth certificates for dual citizenship

Postby Tamberino » 23 Aug 2009, 21:43

check with your consulate. Some want a recent certified copy


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