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 What makes a birth certificate a legal document?

Answer Hospitals issue birth certificates and churches provide formal baptismal certifications, but neither has the weight of a legal birth certificate to supply proof of place of birth. Each state determ... Read More »
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Is a birth certificate a legal document?

By definition a birth certificate is an official, legal document used to record the birth of a baby as well as important information, such as parental names, the date of birth and place of birth.So... Read More »
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Is a bicentennial birth certificate an official document?

A bicentennial birth certificate is an official document In Australia. Citizens can use a bicentennial birth certificate to obtain any Queensland Transport driver's license. It establishes the lega... Read More »
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Does a 4-year-old child's biological father have any rights if he is not on her birth certificate or any document?

only if he can prove that he is indeed prove that he is 99.9% the father
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Does a 4-year-old child's biological father have any rights if he is not on her birth certificate or any document and has never seen her?

Answer No, the father, if not on birth certificate does not have any rights what so ever, unless he takes you to court for a DNA test, and proves he is the father then he does not have any rights. ... Read More »
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