Does this scenario work for me?

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Does this scenario work for me?

Postby JRomaine » Mon Oct 31, 2011 12:31 am

The purpose of this exercise is to see if I am eligible for dual citizenship.
1st, it's my Great Great Grandfather (gggf) that I want to use....is this ok? (or am I only able to go to ggf?)

2nd, here's the lineage...my f, and gf never naturalized due to my ggf doing so in 1903 (but before my gf was born.) But my gggf immigrated in 1889 and didn't naturalize until 1902 (well after my ggf was born, and also born in Italy.) Can I go through gggf info which looks like it works? Or did my ggf mess it up by naturalizing before having children?
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Re: Does this scenario work for me?

Postby JRomaine » Tue Nov 01, 2011 2:44 pm

:?: Anybody out there? This site has been dead for 6+ months....help?
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Re: Does this scenario work for me?

Postby JRomaine » Thu Nov 03, 2011 7:04 pm

Wow....anybody....still need help with above?
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Re: Does this scenario work for me?

Postby CPA21 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 6:10 pm

Since your GGGF naturalized before 1912 you are not eleigible for Italian citizenship.
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Re: Does this scenario work for me?

Postby jmstn1 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 7:37 pm

JR,

Any chance that your GF was born in Italy? That would certainly help your case!
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