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    May 7, 2007, 03:17 PM
    Birth certificate
    My situation is that when I was 18 years old I was told by a person that was a family friend that the lady who raised me was not my mother. He said he did not know who was my mother but he knew she was not my mother because she told him she was not my mother but did not go into detail. She denied all this.

    I realized I did not have a birth certificate around this time in my life and asked her why. She said she just did not get around to it. I searched through Vital Statistics many times and there is no birth certificate for me.

    Vital Statistics said to have her fill out the delayed birth certificate documentation and send them my school records, earliest medical records I could find and have someone fill out a form and have it notarized

    I tried on 3 different occasions to get her to do this. She said she would do it then just never did it.

    She died in December 07 and now I have to do it. I need guidance.

    My question is how do I go about this?


    I also have another questions...

    I asked her who my father was and she said Saul Levinson. He was a doctor on Capital Hill in Seattle, Washington. I don't know if this is the truth or not. This man died in 1975 or so. How could I find his family and do a DNA test to be sure?

    I also would like to find out if this woman really was my mother. She is dead now, but can I get her blood type from her doctor and have a dna test done?

    I really appreciate your help. If you would like to call me my # is 425-488-5520
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    May 7, 2007, 03:22 PM
    Wow, that's a tough one! Are you in the US? You could ask the local recorder office and they might be able to guide you better then I can.

    Good luck!
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    May 7, 2007, 07:56 PM
    Yes US Washington State. Please tell me why you think the recorders office could help me.

    Thanks
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    May 7, 2007, 08:01 PM
    Your school may be able to help you as you needed a birth certificate to be enrolled in school, ask for a copy of all of your records.

    Believe me they have them. I just recently enrolled in Nursing School, last year, and needed my shot record from when I was a child, I am now 42. My mother did not know where the record was and my pediatrician has been dead for a good number of years. I contacted my high school asking for all of my records and lo and behold I not only got a copy of my shot record, but my birth certificate as well.

    Good luck to you.
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    May 7, 2007, 08:37 PM
    Yes, J9 is correct, even when I started school you had to have a birth certificate, also if you have a social security card, their had to be a birth certficate. And if you have a drivers license, you had to have one to get that.

    It is just not possible to be your age and not have had to use it several times.

    But as the heir to your moms esate you should have the authority to get her medical records, if you keep something of hers, hair brush that has some hair, you may get some DNA from it. If not the blood type will not prove you are, but can prove you are not, if the types are not compatible.

    If this possible father is dead, you actually may find their family and file for a right to inherit under probate, and have a leg to stand on asking for a DNA test. ( if he was alive you would not have a right to get one if he did not agree)

    Also what about other family, uncles, aunts, cousins.

    I am sorry for this, I wish I had better help or advice, but I will pray for you.
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    May 8, 2007, 11:45 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by tlc4560
    Yes US Washington State. Please tell me why you think the recorders office could help me.

    Thanks

    In cali that's where I have to go to get mine and my kids. I had to go to 2 different countys to get there's because they were born in 2 different countys.
    The other people had a good idea... the school has to have it!

    Good luck! Hope you find what your looking for.

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