Legal Advice for Birth Certificate — 13 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Torres, about 1 year ago.
Recently I have had people ask me about how to correct errors in marriage certificates. Well, why is this important? It is important especially for purposes of immigration law. Why? Because... more
Written by attorney John F Cannon, about 1 year ago.
MORE THAN 2 PARENTS??
A legislative bill signed by Governor Brown last week authorizes a Court to find that a child could have more than two parents.
The new law, SB274, signed by... more
Written by attorney Bettina Yanez, over 1 year ago.
How Can I obtain a Name Change in Orange County California? Well, that depends on whos name you are trying to change. The steps differ for an adult name change, an adult name change in the... more
Written by attorney David Kowalski, over 1 year ago.
There are many misconceptions about fathers' parental rights and responsibilities in Wisconsin. This short guide is intended to clarify those rights and demonstrate the importance of... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, almost 2 years ago.
When foreign women apply for a green card based on marriage, they do not need to adopt their married name.The Citizenship and Immigration Service permits them to use their:
married name;... more
Written by attorney Mary Commander, about 3 years ago.
Change of Sex on a Birth Certificate
A procedure exists under Virginia law for the change of a person's gender and the issuance of a new birth certificate.
Virginia Code Section 32.1-269... more
Written by attorney Steven McBride, 3 months ago.
If a birth occurring in the State of Texas is not officially registered within the first year, a Delayed Certificate of Birth may be requested through the Texas Vital Statistics office.... more
Written by attorney Stephen Lund, almost 5 years ago.
Identify errors. The type of error wil determine whether you need a court order to correct the certificate. "Minor" corrections, such as typos, omissions, or incorrect dates, can be... more
Written by attorney Thomas Daley, over 3 years ago.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has decided to refuse to issue a revised birth certificate to a Louisiana-born child adopted in New York by two men. Louisiana law... more
Written by attorney Ryan Gibson, over 1 year ago.
This is a quite odd anomaly and I am not sure why but here you go
As ofOctober 30, 2010 the United States Department of State does not accept Puerto Rican birth certificates issued prior to... more