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Old 06-15-2009, 12:14 PM
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Dear Friends,
Please advise me for the following relating to my birth certificate that I have to use for Immigration purposes.
One or two alphabets of my name on birth certificate are different from my passport and secondary school. In addition, my family name is not included in the certificate. Rest of the information is all fine and matching with my passport and secondary school certificates( like DOB, Parents, Place etc)
I have some questions
1. Does the birth certificate issued by Indian consulate in foreign country is deemed acceptable?
2. Do I need to furnish any kind of affidavit along with original birth certificate, if yes, please share the format for those, who is writing these affidavit and any specific stamp paper/value etc?
3. Any guidelines in order to correct the information in my original certificate.
4. Any other vital information in this regard

Thanks you all.
Zimmyneuro

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Old 06-15-2009, 12:34 PM
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Dear Friends,
Please advise me

1. Does the birth certificate issued by Indian consulate in foreign country is deemed acceptable?
Thanks you all.
Zimmyneuro
If Birth Certificate issue by Indian consulate then it should be ok, as it is from consulate
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Old 06-15-2009, 12:51 PM
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If Birth Certificate issue by Indian consulate then it should be ok, as it is from consulate
No, the birth certificate (issued by Indian Consulate) is not acceptable as this is based on the entry made in passport, not on the basis of registered date of birth.

You need birth certificate issued by municipality of the district. If it is not in English, then it has to be translated in English and notorized for true translation.

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Old 06-15-2009, 12:54 PM
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If Birth Certificate issue by Indian consulate then it should be ok, as it is from consulate
Birth certificate issued by Indian consulate is not accepted. It needs to be from original source. Submit as it is. If they ask later you can submit affidavit from Parents or nearest relatives.

http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/re...city_3582.html
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Old 06-15-2009, 01:40 PM
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Dear Friends,
Please advise me for the following relating to my birth certificate that I have to use for Immigration purposes.
One or two alphabets of my name on birth certificate are different from my passport and secondary school. In addition, my family name is not included in the certificate. Rest of the information is all fine and matching with my passport and secondary school certificates( like DOB, Parents, Place etc)
I have some questions
1. Does the birth certificate issued by Indian consulate in foreign country is deemed acceptable?
2. Do I need to furnish any kind of affidavit along with original birth certificate, if yes, please share the format for those, who is writing these affidavit and any specific stamp paper/value etc?
3. Any guidelines in order to correct the information in my original certificate.
4. Any other vital information in this regard

Thanks you all.
Zimmyneuro
Hey, What you really mean is that one or two LETTERS in your name do not match your name on the passport. An ALPHABET is made up of ALL the letters in a languge. The neglish ALPHABET is made up of LETTERS from A to Z.
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Old 06-15-2009, 01:42 PM
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Dear Friends,
Please advise me for the following relating to my birth certificate that I have to use for Immigration purposes.
One or two alphabets of my name on birth certificate are different from my passport and secondary school. In addition, my family name is not included in the certificate. Rest of the information is all fine and matching with my passport and secondary school certificates( like DOB, Parents, Place etc)
I have some questions
1. Does the birth certificate issued by Indian consulate in foreign country is deemed acceptable?
2. Do I need to furnish any kind of affidavit along with original birth certificate, if yes, please share the format for those, who is writing these affidavit and any specific stamp paper/value etc?
3. Any guidelines in order to correct the information in my original certificate.
4. Any other vital information in this regard

Thanks you all.
Zimmyneuro
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Old 06-15-2009, 01:46 PM
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Birth certificate from Indian consulate is NOT acceptable as primary evidence. You can however submit it as secondary evidence. Primary evidence has to be the actual birth certificate. If that is not available or there are any differences, you should make 2 affidavits from parents or close relatives which basically confirms your actual name as in passport.
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:42 PM
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In your case you need to get a rectified copy of the BC from the same municipal corporation that issued you the original certificate. That way all your documents bear a consistent name and other information.
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Are 2 affidavits from parents sufficient if the birth certificate does not have a name on it?

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