1948 Case with Luigi Paiano

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canzq wrote: 26 Apr 2021, 17:50
Yea, definitely, I was told there will be delays when the pandemic started. I'm hoping to be done this year since I'm already in the last steps of the process. Btw I'm with Castellari and I'm from Chile.
How was it working with Castellari? Are you satisfied? I have no complaints yet with ICA, but I did look at other Lawyers prior to selecting them, ICA had good reviews on Facebook and also sent me a master list of cases they won prior to selecting them.
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afecad wrote: 26 Apr 2021, 18:17
How was it working with Castellari? Are you satisfied? I have no complaints yet with ICA, but I did look at other Lawyers prior to selecting them, ICA had good reviews on Facebook and also sent me a master list of cases they won prior to selecting them.
Completely satisfied! They've been helpful throughout the whole process and they usually answer my emails in less than 24 hours. I chose them because they have experience on cases in Chile and South America, and also they have an agent in Santiago, Chile which made it easier to send the physical documents and get guidance for the apostille and translations.
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canzq wrote: 26 Apr 2021, 22:07
afecad wrote: 26 Apr 2021, 18:17
How was it working with Castellari? Are you satisfied? I have no complaints yet with ICA, but I did look at other Lawyers prior to selecting them, ICA had good reviews on Facebook and also sent me a master list of cases they won prior to selecting them.
Completely satisfied! They've been helpful throughout the whole process and they usually answer my emails in less than 24 hours. I chose them because they have experience on cases in Chile and South America, and also they have an agent in Santiago, Chile which made it easier to send the physical documents and get guidance for the apostille and translations.
Glad to hear you had a great experience with them, good reviews and feedback for others to consider.
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Buongiornio a tutti!

I have just discovered this blog. Very nice.
Yesterday I have sent all documents to Luigi, so he can start our process.
Hope everything goes well for us too.

Cheers
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Hi everyone,


What would be "riservato" in my case?, that is the latest status

Thanks

Arturo
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bspaggs wrote: 22 Mar 2019, 20:26 For those of you above who just had your judge assigned, this google doc will be immensely helpful. There is a Brazilian Facebook group dedicated to the 1948 process and thanks to google translate I have obtained quite a bit of information regarding the process! One member of the group created a program that resulted in this google doc. It has all the information on all the processes since 2015 by date, judge, hearing date, and sentence. You can order the judge names alphabetically to see how your judge is behaving. The good news is that Both Ciavattone and Di Tullio are giving unanimously positive sentences (Accolto). The bad news is that the latest assignments of hearings, for those who entered the process in October 2018, are for March 2021. So it will be a waiting game.

Here's a link to the document:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
Does anyone have an updated version of this spreadsheet?
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acasasa wrote: 16 Jun 2021, 02:52 Hi everyone,


What would be "riservato" in my case?, that is the latest status

Arturo, riservato may mean different things. A) no decision is made, and more docs will be requested, B) the judge "reserves" issuing a rulling as he/she wants to review the file again. C) the judge is entering the process of deciding.

Good luck.
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Re: 1948 Case with Luigi Paiano

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Hi All, quick question. Mr Paiano had another success with my case earlier this year and I just received the birth 'certificate'/registry document from the Comune from him. Just trying to figure out exactly what I need to attach to the AIRE registration form in the FAST IT process with the consulate. The instructions are a bit confusing. I'm assuming the following - is this correct in your experience?
1. signed AIRE registration form
2. proof of address (in the UK for me)
3, the birth registration form from the Comune
4. copy of my foreign passports - is this correct? All the instructions seem to ask for Italian ID or passport, but obviously I don't have one yet, so is this all?
Any thoughts/advice welcome!
Many thanks.
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