The Certificate of Non Appeal states that the divorce is irrevocable and that the time for filing an appeal has expired. The document is issued by the clerk's office where the judgment of divorce was filed.
A QUICK REFERENCE ON HOW TO REGISTER A DIVORCE JUDGEMENT
AT THE ITALIAN CONSULATE
In order to register a US divorce judgment, you must have the following documents:
- Certified copy of the final judgment, issued by the the Clerk of the County where the judgment was filed, legalized with an Apostille;
- Certificate from the Clerk of the County where the judgment was filed attesting "the judgment is no longer appealable" or that "no appeal has been filed", legalized with an Apostille;
- Certified translation into Italian of the final judgment, legalized with an Apostille;
- Certified translation into Italian of the “certificate of no appeal”, legalized with an Apostille.
In addition to the above, you need to complete an application, a request to the Comune, and an affidavit and enclose a photocopy of a valid passport. Lastly, remember to photocopy all the documents.
If you have trouble properly completing your application, feel free to email us at
Specifically, We can help you with:
- retrieving a certified copy of the final judgment;
- retrieving a “certificate of no appeal”;
- prepare a certified translation of the documents;
- legalize the documents by apostille;
- complete the application and affidavit in Italian.