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Old 2nd September 2012, 21:33   #1 (permalink)
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placing my sons turkish father on his birth certificate!!

Hi I'm british and married to a turkish man and we have a 14 month old son together but sadly my husband couldnt be in england for the birth so he was unable to be placed on the birth certificate and we were only engaged when my son was born so my son can't obtain a turkish kimlik. I'm just woundering if they is anyway my husband can be placed on my sons birth certificate without him coming to the uk because we have been refused a family visa so I've decided to live in turkey.
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Re: placing my sons turkish father on his birth certificate!!

According to the DirectGov website:

If the parents are unmarried and would like the natural father’s details added to the birth record, they need to re-register the birth so that a new birth record can be created to replace the original one.

In these circumstances, you will need to complete an ‘application for the re-registration of a child’s birth’ form.

Both parents should attend the register office to provide the necessary information for the re-registration. If this is not possible, they also need to complete the ‘Statutory declaration of acknowledgement of parentage’ form.
Adding a parent's details to a birth record : Directgov - Government, citizens and rights
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Re: placing my sons turkish father on his birth certificate!!

When an unmarried couple have a child and then marry, the law states that they must re-register the child under the Legitimacy Act of 1929.

Both you and your husband must sign an LA1 form, which can be downloaded or collected from the Register Office. Then make an appointment to re-register the child.

With the LA1 form you will need to produce your marriage certificate and the original birth certificate for the child and anything else required by the Registrar

As you married in Turkey, the LA1 form will usually be sent to the General Register Office (GRO) who will then check the legitimacy laws of the country where the marriage took place. The GRO will inform your Register Office what actions to take. The register office will then contact you to inform you of the GRO decision.

Hope that helps. Speak to your register office as soon as you can.
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Re: placing my sons turkish father on his birth certificate!!

You dont say whether your in Scotland or England/Wales as Scottish law does NOT allow any changes to a birth certificate (unless it's changed in the last couple of years).
The only way round this is for the mother to give the child up for adoption and for her and the father to adopt said child, most are afraid to do this incase things dont go to plan.
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You dont say whether your in Scotland or England/Wales as Scottish law does NOT allow any changes to a birth certificate (unless it's changed in the last couple of years).
The only way round this is for the mother to give the child up for adoption and for her and the father to adopt said child, most are afraid to do this incase things dont go to plan.
Your information is out of date 3m's. You can re-register a child under Scottish law
Re-registration of births / CANS Advice notes - English, Welsh & Scottish legislation explained and General Register Office for Scotland - Registration - Re-registration of Birth or Still-Birth

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Thank you so much for all your replies im very new to this so forgive me. hopefully i can get things sorted as soon as possible
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