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Honestly she needs to search if she has distant cousins or family, or whatever she can find from her dead parents to find proof of identity before she can do anything to reclaim citizenship. Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution unless otherwise noted.
This is left to the reader as an exercise in the US. This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat Is there anything the French government might have that would identify her? Possesion of a national identity card is not mandatory in France, but you may need to present this document in certain situations like travelling abroad or conducting banking transactions. Should I be worried about the travel and will French or English immigration or one of the airline refuse to let us pass?
Views Read Edit View history. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Also, a 4 months-old declaration of loss will probably not be useful at all. But Xerfa law edict the possibilities to acquire French nationality is to be born in France. If she went to the city where she was born and asked for her birth certificate, how can she prove it’s hers? The PAF often just have a quick cursory glance at french IDs and could thus miss the fact that it’s reported lost, but the UK border police will nearly certainly check.
She’s now in her 40s and has kids of her own, but she’s worried that sooner or later that she may be caught and deported. Sign up using Email and Password. She can then get a National ID card at a French consulate, then a French passport she can actually apply for this one at the same time, since it requires about the ceraf paperwork.
France – Replace Your National Identity Card In Case of Loss (Adult)
Once you have declared your travel document as lost or stolen to your national authorities, it is cancelled and considered invalid. Her family life was turmoil so cerca ran away from home and lived on her own, mostly in the streets, passing herself off as American. The travel document is seized to prevent its future use and you cannot travel. Declaration of loss of identity card or passport.
She seems to be concerned about having to answer for the things she did to keep her identity going cerda she may have to spend time in Jail. Also, the website of the French minister of foreign affairs advice to contact the nearest French consulate, which is not a cegfa idea.
This 10411 is not available for applications submitted in Paris or overseas. Submit a new text post. An ID card or a passport declared lost will be invalidated and will no longer be usable. Would to be acceptable to say “I’m this person, can I have my birth certificate,” or would they require more proof?
She’s considered going back to France to reclaim her citizenship, but she has no documentation proving who she really is. Best case, she could go back to the place where she filed the form the police and ask cwrfa if they did indeed file the information into the database or if the form just went to “vertical filing” aka the trash can.
A certificate of French nationality exist but it is not simple to obtain, your friend’s mother will have to ask to the bailiff Chef Greffier of the tribunal of her birthplace. If you try to travel with crefa invalid document, entry or boarding is denied.
Guadeloupe – Replace National Identity Card (Minor)
She got herself straightened out but she never became a US citizen and I suspect that she might have done a few unethical things to maintain her identity. Good luck to her and keep us up-to-date! Any declaration of loss or theft renders the ID definitively invalid. If you use such an ID and they find out, not only will the ID be invalid, but you might get into quite some trouble to prove that you are the person represented in that ID, and not someone who stole it. My girlfriend lost her passport in August and declared it to the French police.
How can a person prove they’re a French citizen if they haven’t been in France since childhood? If you DO NOT have a secure passport, and if the lost card was recent valid or expired for less than 2 years: A declaration of loss is needed in order to apply for a replacement card. Advice for travellers Do not attempt to travel with a document that you have reported as lost or stolen.
The amount of time for an identity card to be issued depends on where and when was the application submitted. Log in or sign up in seconds. Not sure it makes much of a difference, but what nationality is she?
All what citizens get is a copy. For example, if she was born in Lyon: Not quite sure what the reality is nowadays in that respect whether the database actually exists, is actually updated with individual declarations of loss, is actually shared and with whom, and is actually checked. Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help.
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She never lost it. If she’s from an EU country that issues ID cards, does she have one? Views Read Edit View history. Did the French fingerprint children for identification at 140111