Not enough information. How old are you and at what age did you live with your father? Are tax returns available? How about school records? Affidavit from your mother and others? Do consul an experienced immigration attorney for assistance.
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Even though you haven't really given us much to 'go on'. It appears that you are using the illegitimate child provision of the law.
Meet with an attorney ... this is a tricky type of case.
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