My wifes "birth record" has an attachment that say:
The enclosed is a certified photocopy of the corrected birth record. This particular record now has two pages - the original record and the corrected form. New Jersey law requires us to show the original information and the corrected information, in addition to the date of correction on all certified copies.
The enclosed certificate photocopy will probably be more acceptable to any agency requiring proof of age or citizenship since it is frequently necessary to know the basis of the correction and the nature of the documentary proof, if any.
Her name was changed just after birth because some family member was insulted that she wasn't named after them or something.
It does have a raised seal.
Are most copies of birth certificates typed and not a copy?
What do people think about this?
If I get her a passport will I have to send this in?