katerina_petr0va wrote:I mean, isn't it just like saying that it was her own baby?
share the same equal rights with your sister's other child/ren?
i'm so confused.
If your birth certificate was falsified, then you're going to have a problem. Please check it with NSO...You might have another birth certificate (the first certificate)
Another thing, if you bring this case to the court, they will ask you to restore your unconditional civil rights to
1. access your true, not-falsified, not-amended, certified birth certificate, retroactively and proactively.
2. replace existing Falsified Birth Certificates with True Adoption Certificates that correctly indicate adoption facts certified by the government.
Since your mother is NOT your natural mother, she had nothing to do with your conception, gestation birth . Her name does not belong on a Birth Certificate.
If your adoptive mother's name is on a Falsified Birth Certificate claiming that she is either the mother by conception and birth, then she is as guilty of fraud.