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Fathers rights if not on birth certificate uk

Upon Birth. When a child is born, their mother automatically holds parental responsibility. If the child’s father marries the mother, he holds parental responsibility. For births registered after 1 st December 2003 that have the father’s details on the child’s birth certificate, he has parental responsibility. However, for births.

Birth Certificate with Parental Information Included. The parental information certificate contains the individual's name, date of birth, place of birth, sex and parent (s) name and birthplace. The certificate is 12.5 cm wide by 17.6 cm high. Many applications, such as passport, require this birth certificate for children up to the age of 16. .

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An unmarried father has parental responsibility if he’s named, or becomes named, on the child’s birth certificate (from 15 April 2002). Births registered outside the UK.

Very simply, an illegitimate child whose father did not consent to being included on the certificate (from 1875, if the child was illegitimate the father had to be present at the birth registration to be named; before that the mother could name a father but it wasn't verified), or an illegitimate child whose father was 'unknown' would not have a father's name on the certificate.

takinsip. Sep 28, 2013 at 12:35 PM. @deetucci, Op if the father is involve and wants to be an active part in the pregnancy then it seems alright to out his name. But a lot of States to not allow non-married father name on birth certificate, unless the dad signs a form for accepting paternity of the baby.

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