Citizen parents want to apply for child's US passport.

Asked 5 months ago - Fremont, CA

My spouse and I became US Citizen five years ago, My daughter who is 17 now came to the US last year. Now i want to apply for her passport and passport office want us to show proof that she is our daughter, I sent her birth certificate( in my country we don't put mother's name) and they didn't excepted? I am totally lost? what should I show to show my relation to her.

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  1. Alexander Joseph Segal

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    Answered . Hire a lawyer and quit presiding in the "lost" state. It is complicated.

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  2. Athina Karamanlis Powers

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    Answered . I need more info for your case. But you need a lawyer to explain the cultural differences and you can establish legally that this is your daughter. Serious question is HOW she came in the country

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  3. Tripti Sharad Sharma

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    Answered . If your daughter entered on a non immigrant visa, you may not be able to get her U.S. passport by applying at the post office.

    This response is general in nature and cannot be construed as legal advice, given that not enough facts are known.... more
  4. Katja Anneli Charlotta Hedding

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    Answered . In order for you to get the correct answer in you specific case you will need to provide a lot more information. Please consult an immigration attorney.

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