Does anyone know if in a "One and the Same" court proceeding, the judge can declare a finding of a birth date and parentage based on the documentation presented to him? And if this type of proof of birth would be acceptable for my GF at the Philly consulate?
what is a "one and the same" court order? would it work for name discrepancies? we had one p in our last name and at some point in the US our GGF switched it to two p's, which is possibly a problem for NYC. i wonder if this would take care of the issue? i've googled but not found anything, so any more information you have about what such a court order is would be so helpful. thank you!
Thanks Donald - did you just hire an immigration lawyer? Where in CT did you do this? I have to do it in Waterbury, so if it's nearby, I'd love the name of your lawyer if you thought they were good. I need to do this for two reasons - a discrepancy in a birth date on the petition for naturalization and the name issue.