If what is meant by the term "legitimate" pertains to whether the father is responsible for supporting the child, then the answer would be yes. Once paternity has been established either by the signing of the birth certificate, a declaration of parentage or by DNA testing the father can be held responsible for support of the child and likewise he is entitled to petition for custodial or visitation rights.
Yes, Barack Obama's birth certificate is a genuine document issued by the State of Hawaii.
The biological father does have parental rights but he have to petition the court for visitation rights and custody.
No, you put the father on the birth certificate! Then it wouldn't be a birth certificate!
Immigration status has no influence on parental rights but you have to prove paternity in court by a DNA test to get them. Then you can also petition to sign the birth certificate.
What name is on the birth certificate is the child's legal name.
The father must sign to add his name to the birth certificate.
Yes the mother has the right to put the father on the birth certificate or not.
No. Father's name is not legally required to be on the birth certificate.
If the father did not sign the birth certificate, then you already have sole custody.
Yes, but it grants him no rights see link below
if the baby his he can the birth certificate if the woman is married
The man on the birth certificate.
Yes. He certainly does. He has a birth certificate that has repeatedly been verified as legitimate, and that shows he was in fact born in Hawaii in 1961.
can a father sign birth certificate without mother present at courthouse
Generally, the man on the birth certificate is the child's legal father, unless/until proven otherwise.
Even if the father's name is on the birth certificate, and is living with the mother, except in Arizona.
No, it is not illegal to put the wrong name on a birth certificate. However, the biological father has the legal right to add his name to the birth certificate if he can prove that he is the child's father.
Yes a father has too
The father has to sign an acknowledgment.
When he signed the birth certificate he became the father until/unless the courts rule otherwise.
No, only the biological father can sign his name on the birth certificate.
Yes, it can be changed after paternity of the biological father has been established by the courts, you fill out a change of birth certificate affidavit and send it in with your court documents to the bureau of vital statistics stating who the real father is and the birth certificate will then be changed.
No. However, if the alleged father has signed the birth certificate, he is acknowledging that the child is his. There are steps to take in order to be taken off of the birth certificate and relieved of the obligation of child support, including a paternity test and an amendment to the birth certificate.
Yes it can.