How can you find your birth mother if you have no information except her name on your birth certificate?
She may not want to be found however, if you have your birth certificate try the names that is hers in the town you were born in and surrounding areas - its a start. Since she may also be looking for you, you can also try a mutual consent search. For California born adoptees, the free adoption registry is http://www.CaliforniaAdoptionRegistry.org
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\n Answer \n. \nGo to www.ancestry.com you can get a lot of information about births in the USA and other countries.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nAnswers to this quest…ion will depend on the specific date and place. For example, if the date of birth is in the early 1800s in the United States, there may be no "birth certificate" to find. On the other hand, if the date and place are such that birth records exist and have been made available to the public (perhaps on microfilm through the LDS Family History Library system) and the number of births per year in the village is small, then it might be possible to search for children with the right given name born on the right date.\n. \n Answer \n. \nThere may be no "birth certificate" available and you may have to rely on alternative proofs of birth. An example of such could be a baptismal certificate or record of baptism in a church registry. Another example could be a census record. It really depends on when and where you are researching since the answer varies by location and time period.
How do you find out who your biological father is when your mother won't tell you and his name is not on your birth certificate?
Answer . Well, this is going to take some detective work. First thing is to ask questions of those in the know how. Who was your mother close to at the time of your birth.… What places did she go to or work at that time. Ask other family members if they know of anyone. Im positive someone else in the family knows they are just not saying. You can get a DNA test done so you know what the two people who are your biological parents are have for genetic makeup and go from there. Ask your mother one more time about this, she may have a good reason for not wanting to tell you but you do have the right to know who your biological father is.. Answer . \nYOu really can't. Unless you have a potential father to gather DNA samples from to be tested, you will never know. Even if someone tells you at this point I would be careful about believing it. You may track down some of your mother's old friends from around the time you were born but this will take some long-term scheming on your part since asking them straight out will probably get a phone call to your mother instead of an answer. Chances are that your monther's friends know who it is though.
It depends on what state you are in. In some states you can get a pre-birth order, allowing the intended parent's names to be placed on the birth certificate. I other states, …the surrogate mother and her husband's names on placed on the birth certificate, and later changed by a lawyer through the courts to the intended parents names.
Here in the Philippines, a mother can not just name any person as the father of her child in the Birth Certificate. They will look for a marriage contract as their reference w…hen you named your child under his/her father's surname. Or if not married, they let the father fill up the Affidavit of Acknowledgement/Admission of Paternity at the back of the Birth Certificate.
every birth certificates should have the specific time that you were born, if your birth certificate don't have the time, you can go to the hospital where you were born or… ask the mid-wife that help your mother to labor.... Source: http://legalbirthcertificates.com/genealogy-birth-certificates.php
How do you find a birth certificate when you only have mothers name and city of birth and approximate birth date?
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She can't. It's not "her" document to change. She can legally change her name on almost any other document but she cannot alter a birth certificate issued to, and belonging to…, another individual.
find out what adoption agency your from and ask them.
It means you are signing over your child to the government so then you become the registered keeper the same as you register your car you are the registered keeper not the own…er if you don't do things there way they take the child because they own your child you are only the keeper remember you informed
Yes the mother has the right to put the father on the birth certificate or not.
Frequently in an adoption by two parents, a second birth certificate is issued with the adoptive mother's name is placed in the name for the mother. It has a reference mark. O…nly a person in the vital statistics office would be able to get to the original certificate.
She CAN say no , but if Father wants it, he must petition the court for ordered DNA testing at his own expense. Mother MUST comply with court order.
The mother has sole custody if the parents are not married and there are no court orders regarding custody. A father who wishes to have parental rights must have his paternit…y established through the court.
You would need to petition the court regarding this.
yes she can
ring your adoption agency and go from there good luck
In Florida is it illegal for the birth mother to put the adoptive mother's name on the birth certificate?
Yes. It is illegal to falsify information on a legal document. The information you provide on the birth certificate must be accurate. An original birth certificate is issued… before an adoption and it shows the identity of the biological parents. That record is sealed until opened by a court order. An amended birth certificate is then issued with the names of the adoptive parents and that becomes the child's official birth record in the public records. .