Adoptive parents are parents by adoption, Not by birth.
Is it susposed to be acceptable for the government to misrepresent the material facts of an adoptees conception, gestation, and birth, and then...........forbid us to see, hold and have (for whatever reason we desire) our true certificates of birth?
Answer by ochsamom at 12:21 PM on Jul. 7, 2011
Here is my thing, if I am signing my child up for sports or school, is it any or your business whether or not he/she is adopted. So I don't have a problem with the "certificate" of an adopted child looking pretty much exactly like the birth certificate of a non-adopted person, but the records should be open to that person at least by the time they reach 21. And the state department should not be giving adopted people a hard time about their documents just because of terrorism. Adoption is not a new thing, They should have put specific procedures in place for amended birth certificates. But I don't have a problem with "the government misrepresenting the material facts" by amending birth certificates rather than drafting adoption certificates. A rose by any other name...
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