My cousin was born in NJ. Her mother moved her to pakistan bcz she started having issues with her husband. The merriage ended up in divorce. The mother fought in courts days and nights to keep the child to herself and she won, fortunately in court. Now the daughter is 15 and wants to move to the US. She has her birth certificate from NJ hospital but when she applied for a US passport, Her request was denied due to identity issues. The embassy is arguing that they are unable prove that THIS IS THE SAME CHILD!
We don't know what else to do and how else to prove that she is the same child?? Need advice,
Your question is best answered by an immigration lawyer. I've changed the category accordingly. Best wishes.
There are numerous ways to provide identity. What documents to present depends on the particulars of each case.
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