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On my birth certificate (Italy) you also have notes about your marital status.

On the certificate it says i am still married because the italian office has not registered my divorce yet (it will take a few months they say).

I am married and divorced in Denmark where i live. The divorce is final and i have the official papers translated and so on...

Do you think i will have a problem to show my birth certificate if we want to get married (me and USC boyfriend) , even if i can explain my situation and i have my divorce decree translated, so i can show that that marriage is ended legally ?

Thank you i hope it doesnt sound messy

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I'm confused. Why would your birth certificate have anything to do with your marriage/divorce? Do they amend your birth certificate when you marry?


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In Italy you have two types of birth certificate: the normal one, and the long form, which is the one we need for the visa, and which contains details such as parents' names and marital status. This is why Bubina is worried... Her marital status appears on her 'long form' cert, and it seems her divorce hasn't yet been recorded in Italy. I won't have any such problems, since I've never been married.

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In Italy you have two types of birth certificate: the normal one, and the long form, which is the one we need for the visa, and which contains details such as parents' names and marital status. This is why Bubina is worried... Her marital status appears on her 'long form' cert, and it seems her divorce hasn't yet been recorded in Italy. I won't have any such problems, since I've never been married.

Ahhhh....gotcha.


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