COURT CASE AGAINST NYC MUNICIPAL ARCHIVES

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COURT CASE AGAINST NYC MUNICIPAL ARCHIVES

Postby Italia1963 » 13 Nov 2011, 16:57

Soon, I will have to get a Supreme Court order amending vital records held by the NYC and NYS Health Dept.'s and NYC County Clerk's Office. I was wondering if anyone purusued a case for amending documents against the NYC Municipal Archives? I have a form letter from the Archives stating they can not amend documents, but I was wondering if this is their own self-imposed rule, and if so, has anyone had any luck getting documents amendrf by a Court Order?

Second, has anyone gone to court to amend their documents that are held at more than one Dept. like I do....did you do it all in one court case or did you have to open a case individually against each Dept.?

I am hoping to do one court case not only to amend documents at each Dept. but also to get a "One and the Same" document issued by the Judge, especially for those documents that I can not amend.

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Re: COURT CASE AGAINST NYC MUNICIPAL ARCHIVES

Postby kontessa » 13 Nov 2011, 22:25

I can't respond to your questions about court-ordered amendments, but you may want to read a thread posted by JShotz on expatsinitaly.com (citizenship sub-forum).


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