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  1. Apparently, I need proof of my parent’s marriage in Northern Greece, near Kozani, the only place they were wed. If and when and if I find a copy or proof will that be sufficient. I have my father’s US Naturalization that has his information, and shortening of his last name. I have the ship manifest for when he returned from Greece with his bride, my mother. Is this sufficient for me (and family) to obtain a Greek passport? Bigger question, what is the cost of said passport?


    1. Hello, Virginia.
      Thank you for your message and for all the interesting information.
      It appears that there must be some Marriage Certificate from your parents’ marriage in Greece. As soon as you have that, please, scan and email it to me, along with your US Birth Certificate, so I can review and analyze them. christos@kiosses.com
      It appears to be a pretty straightforward case. I will be waiting to hear from you.
      Thank you and have a nice day.
      Best Regards,
      Christos Kiosses


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