Only if/when his paternity is established.
If married to the mother? Yes. If not married, no rights either way.
Fathers with parental rights are not always listed on the birth certificate.
Get a lawyer. You have a couple of ways to assert your parental rights.
Single fathers have no rights.
The birth certificate is not something that gives him parental rights, he have to go to court for that and prove it by DNA test. A birth certificate does not require DNA so it does not hold up in court. So yes, if he has gone to court he has rights.
Probably... But the actual rights must be determined by a court pending a paternity test.
A father has parental rights regardless of marital status most states.
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.
The biological father does have parental rights but he have to petition the court for visitation rights and custody.
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 and to get custody, visitation and pay child support.
If it's established who the biological father is, regardless what name is on the birth certificate, he will have to give up his parental rights in order for someone else to adopt the child. He can also go to court and have the name on the birth certificate changed to his.