Letter to Stato Civile - Request Additional Information
Draft a letter to the Stato Civile of your town of interest to follow-up your initial letter, now asking for additional information.
About this letter
This letter should be used only after sending the initial letter to the Stato Civile. All of the same suggestions apply here as well. This letter is requesting further information based on data they sent you previously. It references the information you received in an effort to refresh their memory (though archivists from larger towns, that get hundreds of requests per year, will probably not remember), and also helps them to narrow down the information you seek.
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 and mail it via postal mail.
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