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Old 02-25-2007, 08:07 PM
 
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That birth certificate doesn't have your fingerprints or your photo on it. It could be a phony birth certificate. That might not even be your real name on your "supposed" birth certificate.

I say we send you back to Ireland.
Another pathetic false statement...

You really should get a certified copy of your birth certificate, because if you did you would see your fingerprints on it... Or would you ??? Like you said earlier, you don't even know where it is... Maybe we should deport you !!!!!
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Old 02-25-2007, 09:07 PM
 
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Another pathetic false statement...

You really should get a certified copy of your birth certificate, because if you did you would see your fingerprints on it...
Yes, yes you would. Birth Certificates contain your name, DOB (obviously), weight, normally some type of prints (feet/hand). It is a very important document, and it always makes me wonder who really cares about who they are when they say they don't know where it is or they lost it.
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:00 AM
 
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Yes, yes you would. Birth Certificates contain your name, DOB (obviously), weight, normally some type of prints (feet/hand). It is a very important document, and it always makes me wonder who really cares about who they are when they say they don't know where it is or they lost it.
Mine doesn't have all that stuff on it. No prints at all. Maybe it's different in different states? Mine looks more like an application for a credit card. It doesn't even have a space for the weight or height of the baby. There is a place to specify if it's a boy or girl.

I don't know where the original is because we've moved a lot in my lifetime. I do have a xerox copy and that's why I know it doesn't have any prints on it.
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:04 AM
 
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
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My birth certifcate does not any prints on it either.
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:05 AM
 
Location: South Bay, California
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Until you folks treat illegal immigrants like humans, you won't ever understand them and that's unfortunate.
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:10 AM
 
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Mine doesn't have all that stuff on it. No prints at all. Maybe it's different in different states? Mine looks more like an application for a credit card. It doesn't even have a space for the weight or height of the baby. There is a place to specify if it's a boy or girl.

I don't know where the original is because we've moved a lot in my lifetime. I do have a xerox copy and that's why I know it doesn't have any prints on it.
If you do care, I will tell you how to get a certified copy...

Contact the county recorder in the county where you were born. They will send you a certified copy of the original document showing all the info. I stated in my post. It will also have the state seal embossed on it, which is the only way it is actually a legal document. I had what I thought was a legal copy of mine, but as you stated, it did not have the "Vital Statistics" on it either... Getting the real one is very simple and inexpensive...
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:11 AM
 
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
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What we understand is that they have invaded the United States Of America and that since then we have lost jobs homes and had increased crime rates, and then expect not to be deported........ Well they should be, and if that is what you call not unerstanding them then you are right i don't understand why somebody would want to leave and come to a place where people will complain about them and while they are here they make everything miserable for us.
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:17 AM
 
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If you do care, I will tell you how to get a certified copy...

Contact the county recorder in the county where you were born. They will send you a certified copy of the original document showing all the info. I stated in my post. It will also have the state seal embossed on it, which is the only way it is actually a legal document. I had what I thought was a legal copy of mine, but as you stated, it did not have the "Vital Statistics" on it either... Getting the real one is very simple and inexpensive...
Mine is a xerox copy that has "Certified Copy" right across the top. I can see where the state seal is embossed. It still doesn't have all those statistics on it or any place to put them.

Now, I've seen my real birth certificate around every now and again (because I've found it before packing to move). It's only a one sided document so it doesn't have any of that stuff on it either.
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:19 AM
 
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Until you folks treat illegal immigrants like humans, you won't ever understand them and that's unfortunate.
First of all, we should not have to even worry about treating them in any way, because they are not supposed to be here in the first place.

Secondly, you are assuming that the posters here who are against Illegal Immigration have mistreated Illegals.. That is a personal attack on everyone who cares about US laws, and is uncalled for. I would invite you to show me how I have mistreated anyone Illegal ??? That would be a tough assertion to back wouldn't it...
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Old 02-26-2007, 12:30 AM
 
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I don't have a problem with deporting illegal immigrants. That's what I think we should do.

What I do have a problem with is people who think they can just "look" at a person and determine if they are legal or not. You can't. Anybody who thinks they can has never had to check people's papers. (Somebody ought to create a game show called "Pick the Illegal" and we could see how many people actually pick the right people.)

The ability to speak English IS NOT a good way to determine if someone is here legally or not since there are a zillion reasons why a non-English speaker can be here LEGALLY. A person can be here, legally working in the USA, if they have a work visa. They do not have to speak English. I had a Polish scientist who spoke about 10 words of English and he was here legally working!!
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