Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 50. Vital Statistics Act
Section 211. Certificate of Birth For Foreign-Born Adopted Person.
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AS 18.50.211. Certificate of Birth For Foreign-Born Adopted Person.

(a) The state registrar shall issue a certificate of birth for a person born outside the United States whose adoptive parents are residents of the state at the time of the adoption, upon request by the adopted person, or by the adopted person's adoptive parent or guardian that the certificate be made, and upon receipt of an adoption report as provided in AS 18.50.210 together with

(1) the information necessary to identify the original certificate of birth; or

(2) if there is no original certificate of birth, the findings of the court under AS 25.23.175 , unless the adoption proceeding is commenced before August 31, 1982, in which case an affidavit of an adoptive parent setting out the true or probable date and place of birth and parentage of the adopted person must accompany the adoption report.

(b) [Repealed, Sec. 2 ch 14 SLA 1995].

(c) A certificate of birth issued under this section shall be in a form prescribed by the state registrar and shall state that it is not evidence of United States citizenship.

(d) Upon proof of naturalization an amended certificate of birth shall be issued under this section that deletes the statement that the certificate is not evidence of United States citizenship.

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