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As a US citizen you can not be denied entry to the US once you are on US soil, with or without a passport. Other than a passport there is no set list of documents required, however you will need to be able to convince the immigration officials that you are a US citizen and/or prove your identity so documents such as a Birth Certificate, Green Card, Drivers ...
I would recommend that you do contact US Embassy and get issued a passport or a travel document that will let you cross the US border. There is a site from Department of Homeland Security that shows the necessary documentation to cross the US border for the US citizen, which states: Air Travel All U.S. citizens including children must present a ...
As far as I am aware, the Republic of Italy still abides by jus sanguinis, which means that citizenship is passed down by descendent, regardless of where the individual was born or what their current connection with Italy is - so long as their parent is a citizen too. As there is no limit to this, it means that the Italian state has to provide its diaspora ...
I got the following reply from the consulate. Your wife has her own bank statements, we would like to see them. If not, she can apply with your information, which you will then have to bring threefold; once for yourself, one copy for your wife and one for your daughter.
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