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Son's birth Certifcate still in mother's last name!

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I am in the process of removing condition but my son's birth cerificate is still in my wife's father's name. My wife had my child while I was in my native country so when she gave birth, her child took her father's name. Now, I am here, we have applied for a new cerfificate in my own name but we still waiting for it to arrive...I have to months left to submit my I-751 document.

What do I do? Submit the document the way it is, that is with my son bearing my wife's last name???

Anxiously waiting to hear from you.

Thanks.

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You have a right to name your child anything you want. It is your right as a human being. I would not sweat this but I would be ready to be asked questions regarding this.

I have a daughter with my ex-husband but I kept our last name for cultural reasons. I love my ethnic last name and I gave my daughter the same one

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...that is what I am saying; for example,

my name is Jone (1st name) Tony (2nd name) Edger (last name);

The name on my son's certificate is Tony (1) Julian(2) Thomas (Last my wife father's name)

Because I was not here in the US when my had him,

my wife used my second name for our son's first name.

Now, my son's new cetificate is beaing processed and I am running out of time.

Anxious fellow....

My name is not on the certificate as the father because I was not here to sign hospital papers.



...that is what I am saying; for example,

my name is Jone (1st name) Tony (2nd name) Edger (last name);

The name on my son's certificate is Tony (1) Julian(2) Thomas (Last my wife father's name)

Because I was not here in the US when my wife had him,

my wife used my second name for our son's first name.

Now, my son's new cetificate is beaing processed and I am running out of time.

Anxious fellow....

My name is not on the certificate as the father because I was not here to sign hospital papers.

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