Can the Birth Certificate of an Adopted Child be changed legally from the original Birth Date?
While it is possible to change a child's birth date, it requires proof of some kind. Frequently this happens with kids adopted from overseas, whose actual birth dates are not known. A "best guess" birth date ends up on the kid's papers, and sometimes later some more information comes to light (e.g. the kid's doctor says "Hey, this kid's not 4, he's 8!") and then the parents will pursue changing the date.
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How do you get a birth certificate if the child has been adopted and now they say there is no record of that child?
Answer . you could apply to the hospital where the child was born for the birth records, then go on from there
If mother remarries and stepfather adopts the child and they change the name on the birth certificate can they also change the date of birth?
No, that is simply silly
To change the date of birth on your birth certificate you will have a long discussion to the court why do you want to change your birth date. There are some serious questions …that you need to answer before they grant your request, because that certificate is supposed to show the actual date, not just any date you would like. Source: see related link.
(This answer only pertains to the United States.) For non-adopted people, the answer is NO, the original birth certificate cannot be changed. However, in cases of adopti…on, original birth certificates are changed--or new "amended" ones are issued--to reflect the adoptive parents' information rather than that of the birth parents. In an overwhelming majority of states, these original birth certificates--the actual, truthful record of a person's birth--are then sealed from both public record AND from the individual for whom the birth certificate was issued. It is not uncommon for an adoptee's amended birth certificate to list entirely different information for time, place, and even date of birth from that on the actual (original) birth certificate/record, though this practice occurs far less frequently now than it did for previous generations. Another important note about altered/amended birth certificates: under post-9/11 laws, if a birth certificate was issued more than one year after the date of birth, the individual can, and likely will, be denied a U.S. Passport.
i want to change my date of birth in my ssc certificate i want to apply the past port please accept my request
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If mother remarries and stepfather adopts the child and changes the last name on the birth certificate does the child become a blood relative?
The only way you are a BLOOD relative is if you have the same blood line. You can't change a persons biological parents. If the step father adopts the child, then the child is… by law their child and a family member, but not a literal blood relative.
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How can one get a birth certificate that shows their legal name and their grandparents as their parents since they were raised as the grandparents own child though not legally adopted?
A legal adoption is required
You have to contact the Vital Statisitics Office of your state whowould have a record of it.
If you were adopted, your birth certificate was modified so that your adoptive parents are listed as your parents. If you are wondering how to learn the identity of your birth… parents, start with contacting the agency through which you were adopted.
Even if no custody and access orders are in place, the father has up to six months to file an injunction ordering the return of the child to the jurisdiction of the court.
Children must always be adopted in court that has jurisdiction over the place where they resided at when they were placed with you. You will be unable to get a Mexican birth c…ertificate until you do so. The American consulate will be able to give you names of attorneys. You may have problems trying to obtain US citizenship without the proper Mexican documents. I urge you to contact a Mexican Consulate for additional information
Yes it can.
How do you legally adopt a spouses child if the father was never on the birth certificate and doesnt kno the child?
First you have to check the putative father registry. IF the father registered in the registry (which he can do without anyone being notified of his registration) then you hav…e to terminate his rights by notifying him. Otherwise when you file for the adoption with an attorney they will know the particulars for your state. Just because a parent doesn't know the child does not mean he isn't entitled to know the child. For example if I die today my son legally goes to his unajudicated father even though my child does not know him. The other parent is always going to have a right higher than yours until the termination. If she knows the fathers name it is easiest to have him agree to terminate his own rights. If you file on your own to adopt him she will have to attempt to serve him (and any other potential fathers) at his last known address and you will have to run notifications in your local newspapers for any/all potential father(s) names in their last known hometown.
Yes they can but they have to go to court for it. It is often however not in the child's best interest since many try to find their birth parents and siblings when they are ad…ult with their own families. Changing the birth certificate makes it very if not impossible to do so. So think twice about why you feel the need to do this.
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You cannot get a new birth certificate. You will have to use the old one with a copy of the court order changing your name.