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My dads name is not on my birth certificate will my marriage visa be rejected?

my dad left my mother before I was born so he’s not on the birth certificate so I’m scared if this will hurt my chances of moving with my loved one.

It’s a certified original birth certificate so it’s what the immigration office wants but I’m so scared if it will be rejected.

I’m from the UK if anyone is wondering 

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  • 2 months ago

    Is the Visa Officer reviewing your file blind or stupid? Probably not.

    They will see what is there.

    They MIGHT ask you about it. Seriously what is it you remember from "Dad's" day to verify the documentation.

    You are not the only one that has this issue. Immigration has seen it before and will in the future. YOUR history is your history. You document what you have and things not known are just not known.

    It is a minor detail on a very long list of details they check out.

    Do you have lots of other unanswered questions in your application or just this one?

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  • Maxi
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Your birth cert is just part of the record that proves your birth/your ID......... immigration don't care if you were adopted/fostered or from a single parent family as long as it is a real offical document

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  • Tavy
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Many people have father unknown which is why it's not  on the BC.

    It won't cause a problem.

    UK

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  • Bill
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    I don’t think that’s a problem.  I assume you are applying for a fiancé or spousal visa.  You will need your father’s name and, maybe, a little about him but the information isn’t required on your birth certificate. 

    I recommend that you not get married before getting the visa.  

    Source(s): Been there, done that. And it’s working fine
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  • 2 months ago

    You will be OK.   It is not uncommon.  They may ask you about it during the Consular interview so just give the facts. 

    • josh2 months agoReport

      Thank you so much 😘

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Moving where?  Across town?  Across the globe?  Details matter.

    • josh2 months agoReport

      United States 

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