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"unknown"

It is not unusual this day in age to not know one's father

Good luck


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Thanks for quick reply. One more question please. She asks about birth certificate long or short? and I think it should be certified? does it need translation and if yes should it be sworn translation like notarized?

"unknown"

It is not unusual this day in age to not know one's father

Good luck

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Yes, she needs the long form birth certificate. It should be the official certificate from her country of birth. I am unsure about the translations side of things but im sure someone will be along soon! As far as I understand it, translations must have some sort of notarization but I may be wrong!

Good luck!


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