Can I obtain a One and the same Person Court order?
Sometimes it is necessary to obtain a “One and the same person Court order” from a State or Federal jurisdiction in order to obtain specific benefits, such as:
• Payment of benefits
• Inheritance purposes
• Tax purposes
Moreover, a One and the same person Court order is often required to file an application for Italian Dual Citizenship.
Italian law is based on the Jus Sanguinis principle, under which it is possible to claim the right to Italian citizenship by ancestry if it can be proven that there is an ancestor in the family that was an Italian citizen.
Many Italian immigrants arriving to New York (Ellis Island) during the 1900’s changed their names during the immigration process. In cases like this, there are inconsistencies between documents (generally, between birth and death certificates), which make it very difficult to prove that the required ancestral relation exists.
The problem may be solved with a One and the same person Court order. In order to get it, it is often necessary to hire a licensed Citizenship Lawyer in New York.
The procedure involves a lawsuit against the State of New York.
Once a petition for a declaratory judgment is filed, the Attorney General for the State of New York may or may not file an answer and oppose the request. The decision depends from what kind of supporting evidence is filed with the Court in support of the application for declaratory judgment.
The most complex task in a case for a One and the same Court order is to link the Italian and American names of the ancestor. This requires a comprehensive investigation into the records of both Italian and New York City Halls.
If the order is entered by the Court, the Italian Consulate (ufficio immigrazione) will be bound by it, and will not be able to deny the citizenship case on the basis of the discrepancies in the documents.
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How do I change venue from the Buffalo immigration Court?
Listen to the judge to see whether he or she wants you to do anything before the hearing or to bring anything with you to your next hearing be sure to do what the judge asks if you said you would like time to look for a lawyer you must try to find a lawyer to help you before the next court date what else should I know each time the judge gives you a new hearing date you must attend if you do not the judge can order you deported in your absence and you will lose your right to apply to stay here sometimes the chords to change the date of your hearing if so it will mail you a new hearing notice with a new date and time therefore it is very important that the court has your current address and telephone number if your address or telephone number changes you must tell the court within 5 days you can ask the clerk in the courtroom or at the reception window to give you a change of address form what if I cannot come to a court hearing if you cannot come to your hearing it is very important that you change it beforehand you can do this by filing a motion to continue which ask the court to move a hearing date try to find a lawyer or legal aid organization to help you you must have a good reason to request a change the judge will grant or deny your request if it is less than two weeks from your hearing date it is usually too late to file a motion to continue but if you did not go to your hearing and you did not file a motion to continue it is likely that the judge will order you deported where can I find more information or talk with a lawyer about going to court for more information on removal hearings at Immigration Court call one of the following organizations the national immigrant Justice Center World relief catholic Charities or visit
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