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    K Law is more on the money than Cliff, Jane, and Corry. But its not the birth certificate. It is a certificate of live birth. That must be authenticated and then an apostille must be attached. After that, attach a affidavit of ownership ot affidavit of age of majority and “record” it at the county so everyone can know you assumed possession of the “title”.

    Don’t listen to anyone in the Bar Association. They have a purpose to keep you away from claiming your name. They do not want you to perfect title or they just don’t know. They are taught to work in equity.

    Woe to these that have keys to help you on the private side but want to keep you in the public as a prostitue. It is starting to be self evident who needs to be decapitated.

    So you can take ownership if it. It becomes a certificate of title, where you can then use the instrument to control your straw man. You will also be able to become a secured party creditor but it’s more to the process than what’s stated. You want to authenticate it with the Secretary of State then send it to get sealed at the Federal level. This is just a brief synopsis. Please do research and study law. Look into UCCs but an authenticated birth certificate is non UCC.

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    You don’t “authenticate” your birth certificate “on the county, state, and federal” level. The record of your live birth is recorded by the city or county in which you were born. Some states do have central repositories in which these records are stored, but there’s no need for further “authentication” – they’re filed under the seal of the city or county in which the birth occurred. That’s it. They’re just like your driver’s license record or your marriage certificate, or the deed to your house — an official document kept by the appropriate agency in the process of their daily business.

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    Agree with Cliff’s comments. In addition, your birth certificate, when issued by the agency/bureau in your birth jurisdiction, will usually have an embossed raised seal affixed, which “authenticates” it from color or B&W copies. In many instances a copy will suffice. In some instances, a requestor may ask for an original. All certificates issued by the original issuer, such as a Bureau of Vital Statistics, for example, in your home state, will be considered original (they’ll have the raised seal.) You may request more than one original at a time. They are usually about $10. each, plus processing (no matter how many at one time.) So request more than one should you need to surrender an original to a requestor, such as a passport agency or the DMV in your state.

    Always keep them in a safe place, meaning a safe or a safety deposit box at your bank.

    Will it remove me from all agencies, federal, county,state

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    It means you exist in their database and the govt agrees you have an estate name . It may help establish an issue regarding personal status in finance

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    A birth certificate is prima facie evidence on its own. It requires no authentication unless challenged.

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    We don’t authenticate our birth certificate. Office of Records in the state does that. They will for a fee send you a certified copy which has a stamped notice guaranteeing your birth certificate is authenticate.

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    There are different types of birth certificates. There’s the hospital copy that has time of day, weight, length, mother and father names. There’s the one filed with the state or county.

    The last one I got was required to get my driver license, it was called a CERTIFIED birth certificate and I had to pay a premium to get it from the county where I was born.

    This copy bears the seal of the county clerk and it should be good enough to use for passports and driver’s licenses.

    All you can take ownership of is a copy of your certificate. The originals stay with the city, county or state.

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    A Certificate of Live Birth is prepared by the hospital and sent to the local Registrar for the area. It gives the mothers name, where and when the baby was born and it’s sex. At this stage, the baby will be just “girl” or “boy” – no name will be given. The parents then have 42 days in which to formally register the birth.failure to do so will render the mother liable to a fine.

    There is no obligation to actually NAME the baby when registering it. The parents are given one year during which time the Register can be amended if they decide on a name later.

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    In California, birth certificates cost anywhere from $13 to $17 depending upon the County that will be issuing the marriage license. One can purchase a birth certificate an most County Clerk’s offices.

    If you need to have a birth certificate, or any other similar document (i.e., a death certificate or marriage certificate), authenticated for international purposes most countries will require an Apostille.

    An Apostille is a document which, pursuant to the Hague Treaty, attaches to a certified death, marriage, or birth certificate (and many other types of legal certificates) and provides State level certification that the certificate in question, which was likely issued by a County, is a valid document for international purposes.

    In almost all states an Apostille is issued by the that state’s Secretary of State’s office. In California, anyone requesting an Apostille must provide the underlying document to the Secretary of States office in person or via mail and must state which country the Apostille is intended for. Each Apostille costs $20 and a single $6 processing fee is required no matter how many Apostilles are requested.

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