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If you have an Irish born father that was not listed on the birth certificate are you still eligible for Irish citizenship?

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If either parent was a citizen of Ireland at the time of the birth, the newborn would automatically be a citizen of Ireland as well.

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Only the biological father can sign his name, if that is what you mean. If the child is adopted the adoptive father can change it and sign his. If the mother sign his name or another man's name, it is fraud. The mother must always be listed on the birth certificate.


When the mother either doesn't know, or doesn't want it listed. Also, when the [alleged] father has not signed an acknowledgment of paternity.


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