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My fiance is from mexico and has two daughters. One of her daughters was registered without the last name of the father on the birth certificate because he was nonexistent at the birth of the child. My fiance' wants to attain a Passport for her daughter so that she can cross with us for the K1. I have been told that you need both parents signatures to attain a passport.

1. Is it possible to get the passport without the father? Considering the father is not listed as a last name on the birth certificate?

2. Is there anything we can do to get the passport without involving the deadbeat father?

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Hi,

My fiance is from mexico and has two daughters. One of her daughters was registered without the last name of the father on the birth certificate because he was nonexistent at the birth of the child. My fiance' wants to attain a Passport for her daughter so that she can cross with us for the K1. I have been told that you need both parents signatures to attain a passport.

1. Is it possible to get the passport without the father? Considering the father is not listed as a last name on the birth certificate?

2. Is there anything we can do to get the passport without involving the deadbeat father?

I suggest you begin by contacting the U S embassy there directly asking exactly what they require to issue visas to these children. The embassies I am familiar with require a court order or a signed letter from the bio father allowing the child to emigrate. If this can not be done they may not need passports. The deadbeat aspect doesn't matter to them but it may to a Mexican court.

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~~moved to mexico regional forum from what visa do i need as topic is not about choosing a visa type~~


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