posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 11:20 AM
when your born, there has to be conference of the birth, hence the reason for the signatures. this is a check and balance to ensure everything in the
event of the birth is true.
otherwise, one could present any old baby that was brought in to the hospital, as being born in that hospital.(much like the COLB, but i digress)
there are multiple signatures, because no one party(parent, doctor, "other informant") meets the requirements of conference that the birth actually
took place. they must all be there, and meet all requirements
the form presented, states that neither of the parents met these requirements. therefore citizenship cannot be proven, or even considered.
you can pretend that hawaii doesnt have the authority to decide the requirements for conference at birth, but that would be nothing short of
hilarious. as the certificates, information on the certificates, and signatories of the certification, is produced by and withinin the state
i suppose you could just claim you were born within the boundaries of the united states, but unfortunately for you the only certification recognized
by the federal and state governments is produced by the state. if that state happens to not confer people underage or foreign nationals, then it looks
like theres no way to prove the person was born within the states.
to my knowledge the only federal document that proves unilateral citizenship within the united states, is a "certified degree of indian blood". and
as the title states you must be indian to receive this, which means you or one of your family members must be listed on the dawes rolls.
you must remember that he was born before the nationality and immigration act of 1965.