Monday, 15 November 2010

FAQ: Why do you need your father's license?

It would be sad to give up after having gotten this far and spent over 6 years trying. Keep it up, in my humble opinion. If you tell them your father doesn't want to cooperate perhaps they can work around him. After all you don't lose your rights due to someone else's non-cooperation (even a parent). The authorities are able to look up his birth record in their municipal archives with his name and date of birth, aren't they?

He's not Romanian. Only my mother is, so they can't look him up. My mom's not in the computer system either since they didn't have IDs when she was born. Sigh, it's been more than 6 years. I first contacted the Chicago consulate back in Sept 1999. I believe that the Lima embassy purposely left off the ID number to render the birth cert invalid. The embassy in Korea is the third embassy / consulate I've dealt with (due to moving) and they all ask for MORE paperwork.

Be sure to read about what has happened so far. You can find everything in the quick summary of dates.


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