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Acknowledgement Letter Anyone have a Form?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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We made a baby in April. Going to have HIM :) in January. I need to do an acknowledgement letter but cant find the wording or a form. Or a company that will do it. I will call a lawyer Monday, but???

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You don't have a timeline, so I don't know if your fiancé is already in the US or if you are already married because the marriage cert would be the acknowledgement.

If you aren't married, I'm not sure how the law works in the Philippines regarding the legitimacy of children. Most places have a formal way of acknowledging paternity, usually by filling out a form and notarizing it.

You can contact the embassy of the Philippines here as well as the American embassy over there for info. Hopefully someone who knows about the process will answer soon. Congratulations and good luck!


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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We are mot married. Filling K-1 soon. Want to have the baby in the Philippines. I am in AZ. Search web for acknowledgment letter of birth. I may have found a form petition of paternity? Found info on CRBA. Still looking through thgose docs. Got turned down by a doc prep company to do it for me. And got turned down by a Bonded guy, Only does Gov docs.

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Ok, I see. When you are the father and you are not married to the mother, they require more stuff for the CRBA i.e. proof of physical presence.

I googled "paternity acknowledgement in the philippines" and on the first link there is a template for an acknowledgement letter in .doc format.

Here is info on CRBA:

http://travel.state.gov/content/travel/english/legal-considerations/us-citizenship-laws-policies/citizenship-child-born-abroad.html


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