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The Czech Consulate General in New York has a page about this. Presumably a similar situation would prevail at other Czech consulates, so this answer should help even if you do not reside in its territory. The page notes that if you are not "a relative" you can "enclose an explanation letter why do you need the duplicate of the birth [or marriage] ...


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This is controlled by 8 U.S.C. § 1401 which details who qualifies for "birthright citizenship". Including of course the condition mandated by the 14th ammendment, Congress is otherwise free to bestow such citizenship essentially as it pleases by duly enacted legislation. One of the cases that receives birthright citizenship is a person of unknown ...


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Someone is yanking your chain. The law regarding birth certificates §31-10-9 states that "A certificate of birth for each live birth which occurs in this state shall be filed with the State Office of Vital Records within five days after such birth and filed in accordance with this Code section and regulations of the department" ("shall" means it is mandatory)...


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This is weird. Within the EU, a passport is proof of identity, and it is also proof that you are allowed to take a job in the EU. There is nothing that a birth certificate would add to this. Either the bar manager is badly misinformed, or he doesn't want to give your brother a job, and will come up with something even more ridiculouse if he provides his ...


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Certain states have been passing laws or rules to make it hard for alien parents to obtain birth certificates for their US-born babies. A story about one such rule in Texas was written about by the New York Times. You could report to the American Civil Liberties Union, who would be interested in this sort of problem. You could also contact the Georgia branch ...


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Under the Aadhaar Act 2016, Ch. II (3)(1) Every resident shall be entitled to obtain an Aadhaar number by submitting his demographic information and biometric information by undergoing the process of enrolment where biometric information is defined as photograph, finger print, Iris scan, or such other biological attributes of an individual ...


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The details are specified in 8 CFR 204.1(f). In this case you would need evidence that X is a sibling, and "must be in the form of primary evidence, if available". But, "When it is established that primary evidence is not available, secondary evidence may be accepted". The service (US Customs and Immigration Service) "will refer to the Department of State's ...


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If your income is low, you may be able to get assistance from a free or low cost legal clinic; your lawyer can order a birth certificate on your behalf. Also you can see if there is a department in the Chicago city government that will help you; an official of a municipality (City of Chicago) can order a birth certificate on your behalf. You may be able to ...


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Obtaining someone else's birth certificate can be somewhere between difficult and impossible (they are not public records), but obtaining your own should be fairly easy. If you were born in Illinois, this page tells you how. The birth certificate is not the first document that you need, though (yes, there is a catch), because you have to fill out this form ...


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As noted, the state Dept. of Health has a position in this link on providing copies. They also have a page for genealogical interests, which says that the New York State Department of Health provides uncertified copies of the following types of records for genealogy research purposes: Birth certificates - if on file for at least 75 years and the ...


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