You should be able to get without him. I think as long as you have your son's birth certificate and social security card you should be good. Haven't had a need to get one for DD and I got mine after turning 18.
I have no clue, here's a bump for you!
Quoting LifeCafe42:Thanks ladies he's on the bc but I have no way to contact him.
When I got my son a passport it required that both parents be present or a notaries sheet that they provide to be filled out by the absentee parent, if your sons fathers are on the BC you will have to find out additional paperwork , so go to he post office and ask for that paperwork and your attorney can help you get the necessary proof to show you don't need your son's father to get them a passport.
You need to have a form filled out from the U.S. Dept. of State signed by the father or the father has to be present, unless you have a CO giving you sole legal custody.
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