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Changes in Birth Certificate - Finally got it
Monday, February 04, 2008
Changes in Birth Certificate - Day 3
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Seriously useful information, although I'm in Bangalore. There's a name mismatch on my son's birth certificate. For one, his name is not on it. For another, they've put my married surname in it when I officially still use my maiden name. (My family put that into the hospital records when I was admitted and that's where the govt office took the details from.) Now that I know some corrections can be done, I'm going to go try to get this changed. Thank you.
Im just wondering how did they manage to give you a birth certificate with no childs name on it :(
Do get the corrections done immediately as the longer you wait the tougher it gets. Even though it is only 2 years since my daughter was born even after 2 weeks I have not got the changed birth certificate.
Also note that they will only make changes such as spelling mistakes and such but will not change the date of birth or the name of the child on the certificate.
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