Question about Italian Birth Certificates

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Question about Italian Birth Certificates

Postby Mike Mo » 11 Aug 2011, 23:05

Sorry this is a duplicate and I put it in the wrong section. First time using this system.

Hello everyone,

I'm new here and I just got a copy of my GGF's birth certificate but it looks like it's printed on toilet paper.

Is this the only birth certificate I would use for my GGF when trying to apply for citizenship through decent ? Or are there 2 different types that I might want to use?

Thanks

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Re: Question about Italian Birth Certificates

Postby johnnyonthespot » 11 Aug 2011, 23:28

Hi, Mike.

Your question is answered in your other post. The document you have is perfectly acceptable.
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Re: Question about Italian Birth Certificates

Postby Goodgrl55 » 04 Feb 2012, 06:35

your hobby is finding things. Would you mind trying to find my gr. grandfathers birth cert.? His name was Cesare Lombardi or O..parents: Melichora Miaone, and Vincent Lombardi. wife Jenny Corsale.
2 children born in Palermo, Melichaora and Vincenzo Lombardi.
thank you so much
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