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Old November 6th, 2007, 10:49 PM
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So i Have a cert of live birth from the state.. and on my docs its says no hospital cert of live births are allowed? Does that Include me?
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Sounds like you got it from the Vital Statistics arm of your State. If that is the case, you are good to go. I would still recommend getting a passport.
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I second that. Passports make everything so much easier!! Just apply- you have nothing to lose!
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if you have a Birth Cert
I think it has to have a raised seal on it
but as the others said just get the passport then you will have no question that you are good to go
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if you have a Birth Cert
I think it has to have a raised seal on it
Nope. The BC does NOT have to have a raised seal.
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Sounds like you have a state issued birth certificate, which is what you need. I thought that by now or soon, you'd also be required to have a passport, better just go and apply for one.
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