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What race is put on birth certificate of biracial baby?
If the babies father is not present at the time of birth can he still be put on the birth certificate?
Answer . Yes. But if your baby's daddy doesn't think it is his, you are askin for trouble!
My ex-husband put his name on my oldest daughters birth certificate when she was about 5 years old. I didn't change her last name to his. It's a personal choice if you are not… married to that person.
You look at their name and research it. For example take Barack Hussein Obama. Obviously he is part Islamic and therefore black. And you can look at their hair and skin. …Tan skin? Smooth or frizzly hair? Most multiracial people are part European. A child's race is determined by the Mother and where she was born, therefor the President is actually Hawian. Next, you can be white and be born in Islam. Therefor you are an Islamic. You don't have to be black. The President's Father was born in Africa. The President is neither Islamic or African.
The reason the child would not be white is because of the father's genes which are black and white.The father is also African American sense he would be 1/2 black. The child w…ould look more black then white anyway. The hair would be curly and thick, the skin color would be darker than caucasian skin, the child will also have African American in he/she bone structure, also will have plump lips and maybe almond shaped eyes. There fore the child will have more black features than white features. .
If my husband and I are divorcing before the baby is born do I have to put his name on the birth certificate?
Varies place to place. You can try "father not acknowledged".
From a governmental agency, most likely a division of the Department of Health. In the US, birth certificates are kept at the state level and not the federal level, so you sho…uld contact the state's Health Department who will be able to direct you to the appropriate agency (probably having a name similar to "Division of Vital Records").
If a women is divorced but carries her married surname then has a baby to someone she has meet Is she intitled put her ex-married surname on the babies birth certificate for the baby?
Only if the husband carring the married surname agrees so, if not then no.
Yes, bi means 2 (only).
If they are still with their mother you put them in a box filled with hay that has a lid and a hole in the front so the mother can get in and out. If they don't have a mother …then you can put them in a regular box with either a blanket or some hay somewhere warm but not too warm.
No, your not related to her.
you can go to the municipality of masschussetts, and apply for it, if you don't have any birth records it may took months before you get it,
Is it legal to put someones name on a birth certificate if you are not married to the babies mother?
Yes, as long as it is the biological father's name.
No, you should not but the baby's father's last name on the birth certificate. Also, it is better to put your last name anyways because of legal matters, social relations, and… less questions will have to be answered in the future. Although the child does not need to have its father's last name the father's full name should be stated on the birth certificate so the father will be identified in the vital records.
Can a hospital use a birth certificate as proof of identity to put father on babys birth certificate?
No they can't. A birth certificate is not proof of identity unless accompanied by an official ID issued by the state or federal government, such as a drivers license, state id…entification card, or a passport.
What is the race of the father on his child's birth certificate if the father is biracial Black and white but more white and the mother of the child is Indian?
If the term Indian means Native American and the mother has arecognized Indian number it would be advantageous to the child todesignate him/her as a Native American since the …child would be 50%Native American. This would set the stage for benefits to the childas well as some number of subsequent direct descendants. There is amixed race designation available in some states however clarity inthis instance might be well advised. If Indian refers to someone from India then the child could belisted in any of several ways depending on the state of birth.