Utah Admin. Code R436-4-6 - Documentary Evidence - Acceptability
Current through Bulletin No. 2021-18, September 15, 2021
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(1) Documents presented, such as census, hospital, church, and school records, must be from independent sources and shall be in the form of the original record or duly certified copy thereof or a signed statement from the custodian of the record or document. All documents submitted into evidence, other than an affidavit of personal knowledge, must have been established at least ten years prior to the date of application or must have been established prior to the applicant's tenth birthday. Applications for delayed registration more than seven years after the birth must have at least one document that was established within 15 years of the date of birth.
(2) To be acceptable, an affidavit of personal knowledge must be prepared by one or both parents, other relative, or any person older than the registrant who has knowledge of the facts, and must be signed before an official authorized to administer oaths.