Utah Admin. Code R436-4-5 - Documentary Evidence - Requirements
Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021
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(1) To be acceptable for filing, the name of the registrant and the date and place of birth entered on a delayed birth certificate shall be supported by at least:
(a) Two pieces of documentary evidence, only one of which may be an affidavit of personal knowledge, if the record is filed in less than seven years after the date of birth;
(b) Three pieces of documentary evidence, only one of which may be an affidavit of personal knowledge, if the record is filed seven years or more after the date of birth.
(2) Facts of parentage shall be supported by at least one of the above documents, which is not an affidavit of personal knowledge.