my son's eligibility?

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themilitantcatholic
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my son's eligibility?

Post by themilitantcatholic » 06 Feb 2010, 22:17

Would my son still be eligible? Since I have never been married, is just his birth certificate sufficient?, or do I need his mother's birth certificate also and a "no record of marriage"?

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Post by johnnyonthespot » 07 Feb 2010, 00:11

themilitantcatholic wrote:Would my son still be eligible? Since I have never been married, is just his birth certificate sufficient?, or do I need his mother's birth certificate also and a "no record of marriage"?
So long as your name is on his birtrh certificate, all is well.

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Re: my son's eligibility?

Post by themilitantcatholic » 07 Feb 2010, 00:43

the one in Chicago

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