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Hello. Does the US embassy accepts handwritten annotations on birth certificate? I was born out of wedlock. My parents got married in 1995 and my birth cert was registered in 1996. When they registered my BC , they still used my mother’s maiden name as my last name. They just wrote an annotation on the upper right corner that I am legitimated by subsequent marriage.

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Should be fine with that annotation


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1 hour ago, Tosca said:

Hello. Does the US embassy accepts handwritten annotations on birth certificate? I was born out of wedlock. My parents got married in 1995 and my birth cert was registered in 1996. When they registered my BC , they still used my mother’s maiden name as my last name. They just wrote an annotation on the upper right corner that I am legitimated by subsequent marriage.

That should be fine. Don't worry.  I remember when passport details were handwritten. 😆

My kids were legitimated as well back in 2012. Annotations were typewritten. 

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That’s good to know. I was just worried the embassy might be picky with the annotation. I have heard that some gov’t offices here in the Philippines like SSS that would require you to have the annotation printed when it is handwritten. 🤦‍♀️

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1 hour ago, Tosca said:

That’s good to know. I was just worried the embassy might be picky with the annotation. I have heard that some gov’t offices here in the Philippines like SSS that would require you to have the annotation printed when it is handwritten. 🤦‍♀️

SSS is not US government 


YMMV

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They said; "  gov’t offices here in the Philippines "    No mention of U.S. government


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I can read it.  Never know with the embassy.

 

  If it is easy to acquire you might get a copy from the local registry


Hank

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3 hours ago, Tosca said:

Do I still need to provide a copy from the local civil registrar? I’m not sure if this would be clear enough for them.

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If you can get one, might as well. The annotation is legible enough. 

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