Calabria, Italy and its Genealogy, History, Culture and Language

Letter to Stato Civile (Follow-Up)

Draft a letter to the Stato Civile of your town of interest to follow-up your initial request which was not answered.

About this letter

This is a follow-up letter to the Stato Civile following a failure to respond to your original letter.  Please allow two months for a reply, then send this letter via registered mail with return receipt. The only difference between this letter and the original one is the first paragraph. If this letter should fail to result in a reply, then a letter to the Sindaco (Mayor) requesting action would be the next step.

Instructions

Fill in/select the appropriate information in the spaces below, then click the submit button.  The letter will then be translated and shown to you.   Be sure to print it or save the page to your computer at that time.



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Ufficio dello Stato Civile
Comune di
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I am resending my letter of , in which I requested the of .  I fear that my letter was lost, and I need an answer as soon as would be convenient for you.

Dear Gentlemen,

My name is [Your Name], and I live at the above-stated address.  I am searching for information regarding my , [Ancestors Name]. in the commune of [Town Name]. I am requesting this information to find out more about my family, and to find my relatives who remained in Italy.

I would be very grateful if you could mail me the [certificate] for [Ancestors Name] on non-legal paper. . He/She married .

I thank you beforehand for your kindness and efficiency, and I ask you to charge me for the postal expenses and for the certificates.

Best regards,

[your name]

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